Happy end of finals! You have completed your junior year!! Have a fabulous summer and see you in the fall!
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LAST DAY OF CLASSES! Reading Week is from Thurs., May 10 – Mon., May 14 Final Exams are Tues., May 15 – Fri., May 18 University housing closes Sat., May 19 at noon
Dear Students, Please help decide Wesleyan’s next five-year academic calendar by completing the brief survey you received from Michael Whitcomb on April 11, titled “Help decide Wesleyan’s future Academic Calendar.” The Educational Policy Committee is soliciting input from students, faculty, librarians, and staff in order to design a calendar best suited to the community’s preferences. Considerations include: [...]
Today, Tuesday, April 16, is the last day to create a plan for next semester and get it finalized by your faculty advisor before 5 p.m. Make sure to check the appropriate course section and grading mode. Your schedule should be available around 3 p.m. on Wednesday. The Adjustment Period begins at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, [...]
HAPPY END OF FINALS! HAVE A GREAT BREAK—relax and enjoy!
HAPPY LAST DAY OF CLASSES! USE THE READING WEEK WELL & GOOD LUCK WITH FINALS!
Hi everyone, If you’re leaving campus for Thanksgiving Break, take a few minutes to reduce energy consumption and save the school some money. Here are some suggestions: Unplug electronics and appliances (TVs, computers, chargers, microwaves, etc.). Turn off your lights and alarm clocks before you leave. Close your windows. Turn down your thermostats, if you [...]
2013′ers–You all know what to do…! Meet with your advisor NOW!! PRE-REGISTRATION [picking & approving of course plan] = Now through Monday, November 14 at 5pm SCHEDULING [the computer system scheduling your courses is based on class standing, major preference, seat availability, the number of times you have previously requested the course and, when appropriate, [...]
Juniors: Make sure that you meet with your major advisor to review major requirements and plan your course of study in conjunction with your Major Certification Form. As always, check your credit analysis for oversubscription in a department or other category as well as for your progress on other graduation requirements. –Dean Brown The below outlines [...]