Class Deans

Class Deans are responsible for a comprehensive program of academic advising and class management in the context of a residential liberal arts environment. This includes helping students develop educational goals and complete their graduation requirements; working with faculty to support atudent success in the classroom; facilitating access to academic and non-acaemic support services; and supporting student transitions from high school through the undergraduate years to life post-Wesleyan.

Meet the Class Deans

Meet the Class Deans

See who the Class Deans are and how you can contact them.

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Questions to Ask Your Student

Questions to Ask Your Student

This document, created by the class deans, is designed to provide you with an overview of the kinds of academic, co-curricular, and personal/community issues that students typically face during their time at Wesleyan. The document also provides you with sets of questions that may help you get a better sense of how your son or daughter is faring, both as a student and a member of the Wesleyan community. The questions, which range from seemingly apparent to more Wesleyan-specific ones, are meant to stimulate ideas about conversations you might wish to have. 

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Class Dean Notes to Parents

Class Dean Notes to Parents

Class Deans write to parents twice per semester. Read through their previous emails to parents.

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