Wellesley is an excellent liberal arts school because, in a nutshell, they teach you how to figure the world out for yourself. They have excellence in everything: faculty, location, students, campus, dining, residential staff, dorms, comprehensive studies, major and minor flexibility, inter-college communication, etc. You're surrounded by girls who are the top in their state and have been up to the national/international level in music, the arts, sports--you name it, you have it. The Wellesley woman is a good speaker, a talented writer, not afraid to ask hard questions, intense, diligent, and a level above other college students. We put...
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The environment at Wellesley is both physically and academically stimulating. You'll feel inspired to learn her and actively try to fit in with the environment. It's away from the city so you'll focus on your studies!» Read More
Wellesley College has excellent professors, engaging classes, and a great network of successful almnae. You'll never been disappointed by the academics, but it's a lot of hard work. And there are tons of things to do in Boston.» Read More
Wellesley is, in a word, intense. The students are passionate and frequently rally around their favored causes, and they bring the same fervor to their studies along with their many extracurriculars. Between the high quality education, the student body's drive and passion, and the huge alumnae network, a Wellesley graduate has a big chance at success in life.» Read More
I love all the information I receive in the mail from Wellesley, it answers every question I have. When I contacted them about their college visit travel grant they were quick to reply and very polite!» Read More
Very different environment than any other college with little quirks that you come to appreciate over time. Demanding academic college and competitive sports teams on a Hogwarts-like campus. A school for women who want to succeed and go on to big things later in life and touch many people.» Read More