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We visited the campus for the 1st time this past weekend to watch our grandson's 1st football game. He is a freshman. The team won and he had limited playing time. After the game, we had a chance to talk with him. He absolutely loves...More
Attending Wesleyan has been one of the best decisions I’ve made. This liberal arts education is phenomenal and I look forward to going to class everyday. The campus is beautiful in all seasons and has lots of interesting creatures like black-haired squirrels roaming around. It’s...More
You are looking at Wesleyan? I'll save the sales pitch for after you get in and focus on WHAT TO DO IF YOU ARE JUST VISITING.
This list assumes you've already been on the tour.
--see the Zilka Gallery and the Davison Art Center, and...More
I return to Wesleyan yearly or more often. It is not a tourist destination. I return so often because of the people who work, teach, and study here. If you are a prospective student, do not just drive around the campus area. The drive is...More
It's one of the best liberal arts universities in the country, it's part of the "Little Ivy League", its rowing team is third in the NESCAC, their president tweets, and he's written a super famous book, (lol I'm sure he's done more than that), they...More
This is a great school. It's close to the top of the top and my son could thrive here. We did an info session, tour, and my son did an interview. Highlight of the day was the tour guide, named Naomi, a charming young woman...More
This is an historic campus, which is beautiful and contains both modern architecture (fittingly for the fine arts) and original structures like the old library (now the 92 Theater). There is a central field, complete with baseball diamond or football field depending on the season)...More
This is a fantastic, historic university with a great student population, located in a hip, progressive college town. If passing through Connecticut, consider a stop in Middletown and take a look at Wesleyan. I've known several people, including myself, who have asked, "Why didn't I...More