Thinking About the Three-Year Option?

Thinking About the Three-Year Option?

Are you interested in possibly saving 20 percent or more of the total cost of your Wesleyan education?

It takes hard work and careful planning to graduate in three years, but the reward is a significant reduction in the cost of the degree and a head start on life post-Wesleyan.  While the Three-Year Option is not for everyone, this more economical path to graduation may be of genuine interest to students who are willing to earn extra credit during winter or summer sessions, or during the academic year.

There are many ways to navigate the Three-Year Option, but all pathways require a carefully thought out plan for completing one’s major and earning the 8.00 additional credits that are needed to reach 32.00 credits by the end of the sixth semester.

If you are seriously thinking about pursuing the Three-Year Option, please schedule a phone or in-person appointment with Dean David Phillips as soon as possible.  Dean Phillips will review your academic record and help you design a personalized plan for navigating the next three years, tailored to your educational goals.  Even though you have not yet arrived on campus for your first semester, if you are serious about the Three-Year Option it is important to have a plan in place before finalizing your course schedule for the Fall.

Contact Dean Phillips at dphillips@wesleyan.edu or 860.685.2757 to schedule an appointment.

More information about the Three-Year Option can be found at

http://www.wesleyan.edu/academics/other_acad_programs/3year.html