Each class offers its own, unique challenge for students. With a 10 to 1 student to professor ratio, the discussions are dynamic and intellectually stimulating. Faculty offer the best quality of education possible, and are determined to see you succeed.
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Wesleyan College is an amazing institution that offers a variety of things like an extremely divers student body, stimulating classes and professors, and a great sense of sisterhood. It was been a pleasure to attend, not to say it was not a culture shock, but it is one of the best moves I have made.» Read More
Possibly one of the worst educations I have recieved ever. Not only is the education bad, but you will assume that the sticker price means cheap and valuable for my parents, to be honest the financial aid office is useless. They do not care about international students, force them to pay out of pocket to stay on campus when they cannot go home for the break, and provide no sort of meal service for them, they must figure that out. The dean is not very nice. The school is very segregated. Ask them their retention rate, and ask them why there is only 40 people in their graduating class, opposed to the number of students who apply. It is not because of the education difficulty(almost at the same level of community college) but because students leave as soon as they get the opportunity. Please do not come here.» Read More
I absolutely love Wesleyan and I am not just saying this, Wesleyan provides many opportunities for you to excel and become all you can be. The professors are willing to help you out in any way possible and the air of sisterhood can be very helpful. At Wesleyan you truly can thrive and achieve anything you set your mind to.» Read More