Advising Network for Students

Academic advising, carried out by Wesleyan faculty members, is at the heart of the Wesleyan experience.  In addition to faculty advising, Wesleyan offers a network of support designed to help meet the varied needs of students in a residential college, including mentoring, career advising, behavioral and psychological counseling, and academic support.  Please click through the links below to explore this network of advising and support.


Academic Advising
Faculty advisors work one-on-one with students to develop the plan of study

Class Deans
Every student has a class dean who provides a wide variety of advising, mentoring, and support 

Peer Advising Program
Peer advisors are available for one-on-one academic support, and maintain an active advising blog

Office of Student Affairs
The Office of Student Affairs offers many support services for students

Student Academic Resources (SAR)
SAR coordinates various programs for support and enrichment

Disability Resources
Disability Resources helps to create an accessible and inclusive learning environment

Counseling and Psychological Services
CAPS provides comprehensive mental health services for Wesleyan students

Health Services
Wesleyan Health Services offers health care and health promotion

Office of Religious and Spritual Life
ORSL promotes the spiritual and religious well-being of the campus community

Residential Life
ResLife offers resident advisors who help meet community needs in residences

Wesleyan Career Center
The Career Center offers resources to help plan now for life after graduation

WesVising
Online tool with information intended to help incoming students select courses