For the Community

Arts

Center for Arts hosts over 300 music, dance, theater, and visual arts events annually;. Seasonal brochures are available online. This year 18 different countries represented in programming, 60% of events are free, and no ticket is higher than $25.
283 Washington Terrace
860-685-3355

Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery - dedicated to presenting groundbreaking solo and group exhibitions and installations that explore contemporary issues, often through through an interdisciplinary lens. Free admission.
Tuesday-Sunday, 12-5pm
283 Washington Terrace
860-685-3355

Summer Film Series
Tuesdays in July, the Center for Film Studies hosts a film series with a theme. Free admission.
301 Washington Terrace
(860) 685-3542

Davidson Art Center holds Wesleyan's collection of more than 24,000 works of art on paper, chiefly prints and photographs. Free admission.
Tuesday – Sunday 12 – 4pm
301 High Street
860-685-2500

College of East Asian Studies Mansfield Freeman Center – 2-3 exhibitions are presented each academic year.
Free admission, field trips, and a free lecture series podcast: Podcast
Five College Center for East Asian Studies
Tuesday-Sunday, Noon-4pm
343 Washington Terrace
860-685-2330

General

Wi-Fi – Visitors are welcome to access wi-fi all around campus Guest Access to Wesleyan Systems
Middletown Day – annual event with kids’ activities and free admission to the football game
Self-guided tours and mobile tours: Access the self-guided walking tour here:  Self-Guided Walking Tour
Or, take a virtual stroll around campus with relevant information and student stories at each stop:  Virtual Tour
Films on Foss – On summer nights, bring a blanket and a picnic to watch a family movie on Foss Hill

Van Vleck Observatory
Rain or shine space nights- every Wednesday at 8pm in the academic year. ½ hour presentation, followed by a chance to observe through the telescopes
Kids’ nights- 1st and 3rd Friday of the month at 8pm
One Saturday per month- observing with the Astronomical Society of Greater Hartford
Schedule a visit for your school or scouting group! Sign up for their mailing list here: Astronomy Events
96 Foss Hill
(860) 685-2130

Events and Conferences
Facility Rentals – for private events or organization events
Wesleyan Events & Conferences
45 Wyllys Avenue
(860) 685-2280

Broad Street Books books, gear, café and author talks
45 Broad Street
(860) 685-7323

Campus Tours
The Admissions Office is open:
Monday-Friday 8:30am- 5pm
Summer hours: Monday-Friday 8:30-4:30
Tours are offered most days at 9am, 12pm, and 3pm

Athletics

Sledding on Foss Hill
Tennis courts on Vine Street
Walking – campus, trail on Long Lane, or track (indoor track accessible to senior citizens)
Free sporting events - Athletics
Sports Camps during academic breaks, including summer. Camps include soccer, squash, rowing, swim, basketball, field hockey, volleyball, and baseball.
Sports Camps

Academics

Audit a class – Wesleyan alumni and members of the community can audit a class, with permission of the instructor Non Degree Regulations
Libraries –  The Wesleyan Libraries are open to all users for research purposes and for access to the US federal government depository collection.

Olin Library
Monday- Thursday 8:30am-2am
Friday 8:30am-11pm
Saturday 10am-10pm
Sunday 10am-2am
252 Church Street
(860) 685-2660
Information for Alumni and Visitors

Science Library
Monday- Thursday 8:30am-2am
Friday 8:30am-12am
Saturday 10am-11pm
Sunday 10am-2am
265 Church Street
(860) 685-2860
Alumni and Visitors

Lectures

There is a block of tickets reserved for community members at the annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. event. Other lectures are open to the public and can be found on the Master Calendar

Wesleyan Institute for Lifelong Learning
7-10 courses are offered each semester. These courses are offered at minimal cost, are not part of a degree-granting program, and are designed to offer topics of particular interest to members of our community. Special one-day courses on particular topics will be offered once each semester.

Graduate Liberal Studies
Wesleyan offers a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS) and the more advanced Master of Philosophy in Liberal Arts (MPhil), as well as non-degree graduate study. Courses are offered in visual arts, art history, creative and professional writing, literature, history, mathematics, film, government, education, biology, psychology, astronomy, and more.
74 Wyllys Avenue
(860) 685-2900

Food

Long Lane Farm
Student-run farm grows produce for the Holden Farmer’s Market, the Amazing Grace Food Pantry, and the Usdan dining hall.
Workdays every Saturday 10am-2pm in the fall and spring Pumpkin fest: Every year hundreds of students come out to Long Lane to celebrate the harvest with music, food, and crafts. In addition to students, professors and Middletown residents frequent the event which occurs annually the weekend before Halloween.
May Day: In early May Wes students and Middletown residents come to Long Lane to celebrate the planting season and springtime. May Day features student bands, food, and a May pole.
Visit or get involved!

Bon Appetit
All locations accept cash. Usdan Marketplace, Summerfields, Usdan Café, Pi Café, Weshop Essentials
For Summerfields and Late Night orders using Zingle, text your order to 860-724-2526

WesWings
Menu features buffalo wings, chicken tenders, mozzarella sticks, pasta, BBQ ribs, and caprese salads. Brunch on the weekends includes omelets, eggs Benedict, and smoked salmon.
Lunch 11am-2pm
Dinner 5pm-8pm
156 High Street
(860) 685-3510

Red & Black Cafe
Menu features sandwiches, coffees, paninis, soups, and breakfast sandwiches.
Monday-Friday 9am-8pm
Weekends 9am-5pm
45 Broad Street
(860) 685-7333 phone
Text ordering (860) 650-1214