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Student Reviews of Wellesley College

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based on 30 reviews
  • Wellesley First-Year

    As 98% of Wellesley women live on campus for all four years, residential life at Wellesley Col. is lively and full of both fun and support. In any one residence hall, students are supported by a Residence Director ( an adult who has graduated from… more read full review

    As 98% of Wellesley women live on campus for all four years, residential life at Wellesley College is lively and full of both fun and support. In any one residence hall, students are supported by a Residence Director ( an adult who has graduated from college and who lives with the students full-time) a House President ( a woman in her senior year who has volunteered to be a mentor for the students of the hall, as well as planner of activities an manager of logistics) an Academic Peer Tutor (who mentors the students in academic manners) and multiple Resident Assistants (women of sophomore to senior standing who have volunteered to act as mentors for students of the hall.) All members of any given residence hall come together once a week for House Council, a forum led by the House President that involves all residents of the house and allows them to voice their opinion on campus wide issues. Another weekly activity is Communi-tea, a weekly tea and cookies hall wide social that is held as a study break. In addition, the House President and Resident Assistants work tirelessly to plan other social events such as movie nights, cookie baking nights, and door decorating contests. As a result, members of each residents hall become extremely close-knit, and pride for one's respective residence hall is something that is seen all over campus. This being said, if one does not want to involve themselves heavily in one's residence hall community, one does not feel forced to (House Council and Communi-tea, along with the other activities, are not mandatory) but residence life does do an excellent way of creating an easy to join, welcoming, and fun community. read full review

  • Jasmine from Redding, CA

    This school looks great for women who wants to challenge themselves and stretch their minds and learn from one another as well as form friendships that will stretch beyond their days on campus. I will be applying here! This school is my top choice! read full review

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