Muslim Studies Open House on 4/7: “Queer in Translation: Sexual Politics under Neoliberal Islam”

Wednesday 7 April 2021

4pm: Come to the open house for the Muslim studies minor;

4:30pm: Stay on for this year’s Muslim Studies talk by Prof. Evren Savci on:


Join us here:

Contact Typhaine Leservot for any questions.


Center for the Humanities Open House – 3/3

The Center for the Humanities will host a Spring Open House on Tuesday, March 3rd at 4:30 pm.  The Center is located at 95 Pearl Street (behind Russell House).

Stop by to learn more about the Center for the Humanities here at Wesleyan and the student fellowship opportunities for next year. Coffee and snacks will be provided!

Career Carnival Friday, Sept. 13th



Join us for the Gordon Career Center’s Career Carnival on Friday from 12-3pm. Stop by to meet the GCC staff, including peer career advisors, get more familiar with the center’s services and resources, and learn about exciting career programs and opportunities such as fall career treks, summer grant funding, WEShadow externships, employer information sessions, and more.

Enjoy popcorn and cotton candy, play carnival games to win prizes, and enter into our raffle for a chance to win a basket of Wesleyan swag. 

RSVP (optional) on Handshake. Share this event with your friends on Facebook.

Shapiro Center for Writing Reception & Open House

 On Monday, Sept. 9th from 11:30 – 1:00, the Shapiro Center for Writing is having a reception to introduce/remind students about our services. We’ll also be signing students up for a Writing Workshop account so that they can access the tutors’ schedule once it comes out.


We encourage you to attend and have a pizza lunch on us!


Join the Resource Center for Its End-of-Summer Potluck & Open House

Friday, September 6th @ 4:30pm

End of Summer Potluck (facebook):

The Resource Center and Long Lane Farm are collaborating to host an end of summer potluck on Friday September 6th from 4:30pm to 7:30pm at Long Lane Farm (243 Long Lane, Middletown, CT 06457). The student staff of Long Lane will host farm hours. Feel free to bring your own bags to harvest vegetables on the farm during the potluck!

During every break, the Resource Center holds a community potluck for faculty, staff, and students who are on campus to share food and good company. You don’t need to bring a dish, but anything you could contribute would be welcome. Feel free to bring family and friends!


Saturday, September 7th @ 12noon,

Resource Center Open House (facebook)

Come by the Resource Center (167 High Street) on Saturday, September 7th from 12noon to 2pm for free bbq (vegan options will also be available), buttons, games, stickers, and t-shirts (shirts provided while supplies last). Learn more about the resources in the RC and how the RC can support any diversity and inclusion initiatives that you may be interested in!

College of Letters OPEN HOUSE–Feb. 26 and Feb. 27

The College of Letters will be holding Open House Receptions for first-year students on Monday, February 26th at 4:30 PM, and Tuesday, February 27th 12 noon in COL Library (third floor), Boger Hall (41 Wyllys Ave). The COL (a combination of Western philosophy, history, and literature) begins in the first semester of a student’s sophomore year, so interested students must apply as first-years. Applications are due Monday, March 26, 2017. There will be refreshments and current COL students and professors to answer any questions prospective majors might have.