Impressions Of
Wesleyan University

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Reasons to attend and to not attend Wesleyan University

To Attend

  • “There are awesome professors who make time for students and actually care about their well-being.”
  • “They don’t pressure you to be one specific major. You can explore what you want. With the general education requirements, you can take a lot of classes. You can also take a lot of classes based on your interests because there are a lot of unique classes. I like that they invite students to explore different types of academics.”
  • “You’ll get to meet a lot of different people from a lot of different places.” [In the Class of 2022, 82% of students live outside of New England and 12% are international students from 63 different countries.]
  • “The college is pretty accommodating to different types of people and they don’t force you to follow the norms of college. There is a substance-free club that has events where you can explore Middletown without drinking.”

To Not Attend

  • “If you are a fan of the city life and always want to be in the hustle and bustle.”
  • “If you aren’t okay with meeting people from different backgrounds and aren’t comfortable bridging that, then it might be too much for you.”
  • “There have been complaints about the president because he [has promoted an increase of conservative views on campus]. Our campus is very liberal-minded, and a lot of people complained about that.”
  • “The academics are a lot, so you have to be prepared for that.”
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January 25, 2023

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