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Cap and Gown Information for Commencement 2018, Sunday, May 27th This year students will purchase (via credit card) their cap and gown regalia from the following Oak Hall website: https://wesleyan.shopoakhalli.com/purchasewizard/Welcome Students will either choose a Bachelor Package, Masters Package, or Doctor Package. All Bachelor Packages will be shipped to the Wesleyan R J Julia Bookstore […]

Kirk Johnson, the Sant Director of the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, and formerly first curator of the Wesleyan museum.  “Natural History in the Age of Humans”  “Natural history museums represent a fundamental tool to understand and preserve Earth’s natural and cultural heritage. The public perception of museums as educational experiences masks their deeper value […]

Dear graduating 2018’ers: Would you like to share your Wesleyan experience at graduation?  If so, simply submit a 200-250 word essay answering the following question: What has your Wesleyan experience meant to you? The essay should be roughly equivalent of the speech you wish to deliver at graduation. Completed essays should be emailed to Dean […]

Dear 2018’ers: Please note that today, Feb. 15 marks the beginning of the period when you can submit your major certification form. This document, important for graduation is located in your WesPortal and must be completed no later than February 28. Thursday, 02/15/2018 – 02/28/2018 Students in their final semester can begin to submit their major […]

To:   Candidates for Bachelor of Arts Degree From:  Rosie Villard, Administrative Assistant V To ensure that your full legal name is spelled correctly on your diploma, we are asking you to confirm your diploma name.  Please confirm your name as soon as possible. In your WesPortal under ‘My Information’ click on Diploma Name. The name […]

Greetings Seniors! From University General Regulations: Students must comply with the regulations for matriculation with the University as announced by the registrar. 1. A student who does not enroll in the University by 1/25/18 will be considered administratively withdrawn from the University. 2. Students who enroll in fewer than three credits may be subjected to […]

Happy Spring Semester everyone! I want to remind students that my office is a resource for alcohol and other drug issues on campus. I’m interested in speaking with any students who are worried about alcohol or other drug use (their own or their peers’) and anyone seeking information about the effect of substances on the […]

Senior Voices is a non religious student centered gathering on the Saturday evening of graduation weekend (5/26) in which 3 to 4 students share short reflective  essays on their experiences and challenges while at Wes. In addition a faculty member, chosen by the graduating class, delivers a keynote talk tailored for the seniors. Last year, […]

English 373 From Courtly Love to Cannibalism: Medieval Romances MW 2:50-4 Romance is the narrative form of medieval sexualities and courtly love, but it also gives literary shape to social worlds in which a queer protagonist loses gender, skin color changes with religion, and a dog might be the hero of a tale. We will […]

Call for Submissions of Art/Performance on Disruption/Disaster The College of the Environment Think Tank is inviting proposals for creative work on the theme of “Disaster” and the ways in which humans confront or survive disasters, to be shared with the public on Friday, March 2, 2018 in the Memorial Chapel as part of an event […]

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