News & Announcements for the Class of 2022

Friday, Feb 28 Deadlines:

  • 2/28/2020 at 5:00 – deadline for withdraw from third-quarter courses

Note: Do not confuse with the last day to withdraw from full semester courses which will be Wednesday, 04/29/2020
Last day to withdraw from full semester & 4th quarter classes

Employment/Leadership/Internship Opportunities:

Health Concerns:

Remember to take good care during this cold and flu season which coincides with midterm exams, research papers, and projects.

Review the email sent earlier this month from Wesleyan’s medical director in which reminds the community members that there is still time to get a flu vaccine and encourages the use of the Davison Health Center and the DHC’s online information about flu prevention and self-care.

Dean Wood’s 5 Steps to Organization:

  1. Plan out your time wisely.
  2. Break down big assignments into smaller, manageable chunks
  3. Make study guides for tests/using flash cards and/or quizlets. Try to predict the questions.
  4. Study in groups so that you can help/quiz each other.
  5. Take time out to decompress and practicing self-care.

(shared by Dean Jennifer Wood, Dean for Class of 2023, 2/27/20))

Apply now – Honor Board/Community Standards Board

Attention current sophomores!

I am writing to invite your application to serve on the University Board charged with upholding the Honor Code and the Code of Non-Academic Conduct.
Here are a few things to note about this important leadership role:
  • Alleged violations of the Honor Code and the Code of Non-Academic Conduct are adjudicated by the Honor Board (HB) and Community Standards Board (CSB).
  • The Boards are comprised of juniors and seniors serving two-year terms. The tenure of applicants selected this spring runs from the Fall 2020 semester through the Spring 2022 semester.
  • The selection process to serve on the HB/CSB is highly competitive and the confidential cases that the board reviews demand careful thought and critical deliberation.
  • Former board members describe feelings of pride and esteem in their involvement in upholding the Honor Code and the Code of Non-Academic Conduct.
  • In preparation for this role, applicants are encouraged to review the Code of Conduct and Honor Board & Community Standards Board processes and responsibilities beginning on page four (4) of the Student Handbook.
Application Process:
  • Submit a completed application, using the on-line application form by Friday, March 7 at 5 p.m. 
  • Request one letter of recommendation from a member of the Wesleyan community to be sent by email to Mrs. Karen Siciliano at by the March 7th deadline. Please instruct references to email their reference letter to Mrs. Karen Sicilian directly or contact the Office of the Dean of Students with any questions.
  • If selected to move on to the interview stage of the process, expect to participate in interviews during Midsemester Recess (3/6/20-3/23/20)
Thank you,
Dean Kevin Butler, Assistant Dean of Students/Director of Community Standards or 860-685-3162