This is not a campaign
Wesleyan is not just an institution, nor are any of us just students, professors, or graduates. Those identities merely scratch the surface of who we are and what we achieve.
This is not a campaign because a campaign isn’t audacious enough to encompass our commitments to access, launch, and activate possibilities in a way that resonates on campus, across distance, and through generations.
This is not a campaign. This is Wesleyan.
These are our commitments
Expand access by opening our doors wider.
Nurture teacher-scholars who push boundaries and create physical spaces that encourage cross-pollination of ideas.
Build a thriving community by investing in the hands-on elements of our curricular and co-curricular programs.
This is your opportunity to help our Wesleyan become even more Wesleyan. Choose Wes again by giving to support this opportunity and shape this possibility.GIVE NOW
Debbra Goh ’24
Debbra Goh ’24 came to Wesleyan from Singapore, with a suitcase filled with clothes better suited to the tropics than to Connecticut.
Fa’alataitaua (Taua) Malietoa Fitisemanu ’24
Fa’alataitaua Melietoa Fitisemanu ’24 came to Wesleyan as a swimmer and an athletics recruit.
Neo Isaac Fleurimond ’24
Neo Isaac Fleurimond makes the most of the opportunities he encounters and creates, stretching out of his comfort zone to start a Black performance group called Black Raspberry.
In Professor of Classical Studies Andrew Szegedy-Maszak’s classes, the lens of history is as much the subject of study as history itself.
As of November 2023
This is not a thermometer, but rather an indication of how the Wesleyan community is supporting this effort and everything it will make possible.