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Wesleyan University, Middletown

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  • Nice historic buildings that have been well maintained. I wish I could have gone to this college when I was in college. All of the professors all seem so nice.  more »
  • If only I were thirty years younger with the knowledge I have now. I'd love to attend this school. Too bad for me.  more »
  • This is a fantastic, historic university with a great student population, located in a hip, progressive college town. If passing through Connecticut, consider a stop in Middletown and take a look at W...  more »
  • One of the best undergraduate institutions in the United States, Wesleyan is highly regarded for its rigorous and distinctively interdisciplinary academic programs and its passionate impact-making student body. My life has changed forever because of it.
  • I live near the Wesleyan University and the campus buildings are very historic and beautiful! It is a great place to take pictures and take walks and the scenery is absolutely amazing!!
  • My daughter has just started (freshman.) She is VERY happy. She reports that Sophomores and other Freshmen were very welcoming. Beautiful campus. Parents' Weekend was fun and inspirational. The A Capella chorus at the end of the event was lovely.
  • Went to Wesleyan for my MALS (2009-2011)--wonderful experience! Professors were highly knowledgeable and friendly. The campus is beautiful and they offer a very flexible MALS program for people with jobs and families.
  • I applied was accepted and visited. Perhaps what felt right initially was quickly washed away when being on campus. The drugs, the attitude and the generally run down feeling of both the campus and the surrounding town was so disappointing. I didn't get a good feel for the students but I knew I would not fit in. It has a reputation from 30-40 years ago as being a good LAC, but lack of money and now investments mean they cannot compete with better LACs today. Shame but it looked good on paper not so much when you get up close.