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Monthly Archive for August, 2009

A parent sent me this article by a rising first-year student for more suggestions about what to bring with you.  Check it out at “Top 10 Necessities for High School Graduates”.


In addition to the great leadership opportunities noted previously by Elisa Del Valle from the Student Activities Office and Dean Rick Culliton, new students should consider getting involved in the Wesleyan Student Assembly (WSA). Joining the WSA is a great way to get to know Wesleyan. Members of the WSA focus on important issues and […]

This year’s Common Moment promises to be a memorable experience!  Produced by the amazing staff at Wesleyan’s Center for the Arts, it will include incredible drumming, rhythmic movement, Prometheus (Wesleyan’s fire spinners), a human histogram, and of course, ice cream.   As a class, you get to showcase drumming and dance movements from six different cultures—Korean, […]

Sarah Lazare, the associate dean for student academic resources, works in several capacities to help students achieve academic success at Wesleyan. She administers Disabilities Services, oversees the Student Academic Resource Network (SARN) and SARN Peer Advisors, and works with the Class Deans to provide academic support to Wes students of all class years. There are […]

CIRP Freshman Survey

You now have access through your e-portfolio to the very COOL CIRP Freshman Survey.  Completed by thousands of incoming college students every year, it provides an important and interesting snaphot of the class of 2013 across the country.  If you have not had a chance to complete the CIRP survey yet, PLEASE DO!  It is […]

The deadline of August 15 is fast approaching to comply with the student health insurance requirement.  All students must annually show proof of insurance (waive) or purchase the university-sponsored plan ($786) by going to www.gallagherkoster.com. You should have received the information below which was mailed directly to your home address in June.  Please follow the […]

As the religious and spiritual advisors for students on campus, we would like to welcome you to Wesleyan.    Spiritual life at Wesleyan is shaped by the wide range and depth of students’ questions and interests. Each of us five Chaplains/Advisors sponsors a weekly service.  All students are welcome and encouraged to attend any and […]

OBHS is located at 327 High Street (Davison Health Center).  Call 685-2910 to schedule an appointment.  Any Wesleyan student is entitled to use our services and all students are WELCOME!  You don’t need to be “falling apart” to make an appointment.  If you have an issue you’d like to discuss with a therapist, one of […]

The staff at the Davison Health Center wishes you a healthy and safe start to your academic career. The Health Center provides a full range of health care services by appointment. Check out our website to find out all we offer. Please call 860-685-2470 for appointments and information. The same phone number can be used […]

Through an agreement with Wesleyan University, students may subscribe with AT&T to provide cable television service to their residential unit.  The U-Verse 100 package costs $49 per month, and additional set-top boxes (to be able to access the cable service in more than one room) cost $7 per month.  Upgraded packages are also available.  Interested […]

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