Reminder: Last Day to Withdraw from Individual Classes – Wednesday, April 29th

Good evening!

I hope this post finds you and your family doing well. I also want to take this opportunity to remind you that the last day to withdraw from full semester and 4th quarter courses is this Wednesday, April 29th. Withdrawals will post as “Ws” on academic transcripts; I encourage you to consult Wesleyan’s academic regulations for more information. Additionally, withdrawing from a course may impact your academic standing and progress to degree completion. You should also consult the Financial Aid Office if you receive financial aid and need to withdraw from any courses. Our financial aid class contact is Alyssa Corvi.

You may request to withdraw from a course by completing and submitting the withdrawal form to me via email, copying your instructor and faculty advisor(s) to officially request their assent. I will process withdrawal requests once I have a completed form from the student and confirmation of assent from the instructor and faculty advisor(s).

Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns in the meantime.

Wishing you and your family good health,
Dean Leathers

2 Sustainability Positions Open

Are you interested in reducing food waste? Running Waste Not?  Making connections across campus? There are TWO paid openings in the Sustainability Office – a Composting Intern and a Sustainability Coordinator!  Composting Interns manage residential composting and learn and teach about food issues; Sustainability Coordinators run Waste Not and develop programming to promote sustainability campus-wide.

Both positions involve extensive campus collaboration.  Job responsibilities take about 5 hours per week; full job descriptions and application links for each position are at bit.ly/wsointerns. Both position applications are due Sunday, February 2, 2020 at 11:59 PM.

If you have any questions about what current interns do, the Sustainability Office, or getting involved, reach out tosustainability@wesleyan.edu.

 

OISA-Sponsored Events Nov. 22 – Nov. 27

Traveling during Thanksgiving and/or Winter Break?

Get your travel signature during the Office of International Student Affairs Open House

Friday, November 22, 1:30-3:00 pm @ North College 023 and 024

Come with your I-20 to get your travel signature, enjoy food (samosas, sushi, guacamole, salsa and chips, hot apple cider, etc.) and meet members of the International Student Advisory Board. We have great international music and swags for the event too! This event is open to all international students.

Staying on Campus during Thanksgiving?

Self-Care Doesn’t take a Break

Friday, November 22, 12:00-1:30 p.m. @ Fries Center for Global Studies (Fisk 201)

Make your own burrito bowl from the Chipotle burrito bowl bar and learn self-care techniques and resources on campus during breaks! This event is specifically tailored to international students. First-year international students are strongly encouraged to attend.

Thanksgiving Break Dinner

Wednesday, November 27, 5:00-7:00 p.m. @ the Resource Center

Join the Resource Center and the Office of International Student Affairs for communing, delicious food, and fun!

Craving for Food and Cultural Events?

Enjoy the International Education Week events to make dumplings, celebrate African cultures and food, play Italian games, and attend lectures/discussions about multilingualism, immigration status and more!!

Understanding Credit Workshop – Oct. 15th

Please join us in Usdan 108 on Tuesday, October 15th at 12pm for “Understanding Credit,” a workshop sponsored by the Wesleyan Financial Aid Office

Guest speaker, Christopher Earnshaw, from Sallie Mae will explore how credit ratings are assessed, what information goes into your credit report, how to effectively build and manage your credit, and how to protect yourself from fraud and identity theft.

Bring your lunch down and discover the tools and knowledge that will help you build a stable financial future.