Please be aware that the Minor and Certificate declaration process will now be handled through the Electronic Portfolio. This online application replaces the Registrar’s paper form.
Once a student has an approved major, the student will be able to submit minor/certificate requests via EP>Student>Academic Career>Major Declaration. Upon submission, the student will receive an automated email from the appropriate department/program/certificate.
Please note that this EP tool does NOT replace any declaration requirements that may also be required. For instance, if an application, interview or supporting materials are required, the instructions will be included within the automated email from the appropriate department/program/certificate OR available on the web (http://www.wesleyan.edu/acaf/dept.html). Students should expect that their electronic request will remain pending until all application requirements are satisfied.
Furthermore, this EP enhancement is simply the mechanism for a student’s official Wes record to be updated to include any minor/certificate that the student has been approved to pursue. Students who successfully complete the minor/certificate will need to continue to be cleared by the appropriate department/program/certificate.
Questions regarding this EP application can be directed to Paul Turenne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
12:15 – 1 p.m. | Tuesday, March 4 Usdan 136 (Hicks Meeting Room)
12:15 – 1 p.m. | Tuesday, April 1 Usdan 136 (Hicks Meeting Room)
Students may also email email@example.com for more information at any time.
This post by a student may also be of interest to anyone considering summer study:
An informal lunch meeting where members of the Wesleyan community who are in recovery and those who are affected by a family member or friend’s substance abuse can come together and share their experience, strength, and hope in order to support one another. We will gather for fellowship, discussion and lunch on 3/5 at 12noon. This is a closed lunch, only for those in recovery or affected by another’s substance abuse. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The College of the Environment offers internships for students to undertake research under the guidance of a Wesleyan faculty or other mentor during the Summer or Fall, 2014. The projects must relate to any of the broad themes covered by Environmental Studies. These internships are available to students across the entire University regardless of major or class-year. The internships may be undertaken at
Wesleyan or off-campus.
The summer internship will run from May 28, 2014 – July 31, 2014. Fall 2014 internship would run the term of the semester but may also include Spring 2015.
The deadline for applications is due on or before Monday, February 24, 2014, allowing us to announce internship candidates by Friday, March 7th, prior to spring break.
Student applications are to be delivered to Ms. Valerie Marinelli, Administrative Assistant, College of the Environment, 284 High Street.
The student application seeks two short letters of recommendation. In addition to recommending the student, the faculty mentor must briefly (1-2 paragraphs) explain the project, its importance and relevance to her/his research program. Letters of recommendation may either be sent to Ms. Marinelli through campus mail or by email (pdf preferred) to email@example.com.
The applications, including statements by faculty, will be judged by the oversight and awards committee.
For further information, please contact Valerie Marinelli at (860) 685-3733.
There are also application forms; please contact me (Dean Wood) for those if you are interested.
Getting ready to interview for full-time or internship positions? Make sure your social media is up to par and you are branding yourself in the best possible light!
Friday, February 14th, 12-1pm Usdan 108, refreshments provided. Space is limited! Please RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday 2/13 4pm.
Please join us to learn about the Vassar-Wesleyan Program in Paris!
Thursday, February 6
RLL (300 High Street) seminar room
Snacks will be provided
Summer Session Registration Opens February 12!
Features of Summer Session:
* Small class sizes
* Frequent and personal interaction with faculty
* A quieter more contemplative campus atmosphere
* Focused intensive study style
Students who may benefit from Summer Session:
* Students interested in the 3-Year Option
* Transfer Students
* Students studying abroad in fall or spring
* Athletes or performers who may wish to take a lighter course load in fall or spring
* Any student who’d like to take classes on campus this summer
There are two sessions, five weeks each, and more than 20 options. Students may also pursue tutorials and internships during Summer Session.
Students interested in Summer Session should visit http://www.wesleyan.edu/summer or contact our office at email@example.com.
Come join us for an introduction to a new experience on campus, getting ready for the real world!
Participants will have a chance to develop the agenda but items may include Managing your On-line self, Managing your student records (as you enter the work force/grad school), What it takes to find and set-up everything for your own place, etc.
Friday, February 7th, 12-1pm 41 Wyllys Room 113, lunch provided. Space is limited! Please RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday 2/6 4pm.
Leadership @ Wes: Stepping up and Stepping In
Do you want free food? Do you want to boost your resume? Do you want to be a leader on campus?
For the next five weeks, get a free meal, learn to host great events and improve the Wesleyan community by learning about bystander intervention, inclusion and social justice. AND, as a bonus, get a certificate of completion to help boost your resume!
The entirety of the program is focused on recognizing and understanding harmful situations and how to effectively intervene. The program will focus on bystander intervention, sexual violence and intimate partner violence prevention, alcohol use, inclusion and social justice, and, hosting and managing social events on campus.
Food will be served at the sessions and space will be limited. If you are interested, please contact Scott Backer (email@example.com) in the Dean of Student’s Office to get more information about participating in the program. Each of the five sessions will be about 60-90 minutes. The sessions will take place on Sundays at 11am and Wednesdays at 5pm.
Here’s more information:
Intended to create a network of support for those who have experienced the death of a loved one. Please feel free to come and leave when it is convenient for you.
Location: Davison Health Center Solarium (2nd floor)
Time/Day: Wednesdays, starting at 7:30pm
Sponsor: Counseling and Psychological Services