President Roth announces this year's Binswanger Prize recipients: Petra Bonfert-Taylor, Robert S. Steele, and Zhu Xiaomaio.
This year’s Phi Beta Kappa inductees have been elected into Wesleyan University’s Gamma Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. Congratulations!
Alumni Association Chair Megan Norris ’83, P’17 announces this year’s Outstanding Service and Distinguished Alumni award recipients. Awards will be presented at the Annual Assembly on Saturday at noon in Memorial Chapel.
Commencement Ceremony will take place, rain or shine, on Sunday, May 25 on Andrus Field. This page has everything you need to know as well as a schedule for the graduating class.
Reunion classes this year are: 2009
), and WESeniors (1936-1963)
A full listing of events and activities taking place throughout Reunion & Commencement Weekend. Also available on the R&C Mobile Site
for easy access from your phone.
The easiest way to view the Reunion & Commencement Weekend schedule on your phone. The mobile site includes a full schedule, and schedules by Class. You can also add an icon to your phone's home screen.
A listing of all WESeminars taking place throughout the weekend. Topics include contemporary ethics, film, autism, WESU, the COE, writing, marijuana laws, multiverse cosmologies, Freudian art, the CPE, sports, architecture, congressional investigations, education, ocean science and more.
A listing of the exhibits taking place during the weekend. Admission is free to all exhibits.
All alumni should register at the Usdan University Center. Parents and families of graduating seniors should register if they are attending fee-based events, or to receive a welcome packet and name tags. Open until late!
Everything you need to know to navigate through the weekend—contact info, registration, accessibility, meals, transportation, accommodations, wi-fi access, regalia, photos, finding your friends, Commencement Ceremony, diplomas, and more. Essentials for everyone. Essentials for reunion classes. Essentials for parents and families of the graduates.
Weekend information for alumni in reunion classes.
Weekend information for parents and families of the graduates.
Information for visitors with disabilities.
Important information about sustainability efforts during the weekend.
Frequently Asked Questions about returning to campus for Reunion & Commencement Weekend.
Information about on- and off-campus accommodations for alumni in reunion classes.
Schedule of fees for Reunion & Commencement 2014 including registration, meal ticket, Camp Cardinal, and dorm rooms.
While you attend various activities, your children (ages 5 through 12 years) may enjoy Camp Cardinal, a supervised program created to entertain children during the weekend.
If you have any questions please contact the Reunion & Commencement interns at (860) 685-2802. Parents of graduating seniors should contact the Office of Parent Programs at (860) 685-3756 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note these dates for future Reunion & Commencement Weekends.
View photos, watch videos, and find schedule information from previous Reunion & Commencement Weekends.
Hundreds of alumni returned to campus
for class reunions and festivities, and celebrated Reunion & Commencement Weekend 2014.
At Wesleyan's 182nd Commencement
, degrees in master of arts, master of arts in liberal studies, master of philosophy in liberal arts and bachelor of arts were conferred.
Environmental Studies and French major Manon Lefevre '14
welcomed the senior class to Commencement on May 25.
At Wesleyan's 182nd Commencement, President Michael S. Roth '78
addressed the Class of 2014.
Civil rights activist Theodore Shaw '76
received an honorary degree and delivered the Commencement Address on Sunday.