College advising welcomes more than 60 college representatives

Since August, the college advising office has welcomed over 60 college admissions representatives to campus to meet with our students. These visits provide the opportunity for students to learn about schools and develop a one-on-one relationship with the representatives who often play a role in reviewing application files.

During these sessions, the representative will speak on topics such as available academic programs, campus life, scholarships, and financial aid. Students are then given the opportunity to ask more specific questions. Our college advisors also benefit from these representatives being on campus. They can continue building relationships with the college representatives and receive important updates on notable changes to the college’s admissions processes.
This year, Wesleyan hosted representatives from as far away as the City University of London and from several regions of the United States. Some of the colleges and universities represented were Texas Christian University, Purdue University, University of Chicago, Rhodes College, University of Michigan, Savannah College of Art and Design, and University of Florida.

Some of the highest attended sessions have been with representatives from schools closer to home including the University of Georgia, Wake Forest University, the University of Tennessee, and Clemson University.

Wesleyan is grateful to all college representatives who make visiting our campus a priority.