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Residential Buildings

Residential Buildings

Living on campus all four years is a time-honored tradition and one of the benefits of the Wesleyan experience. Living in a residence hall is a great way to meet new people, stay connected to campus activities, and immerse yourself in student life.
 

Academic Buildings

Academic Buildings

Academic buildings are located around our large, open, central quadrangle. Our beautiful 200-acre wooded campus, along with historically significant Georgian style buildings, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Spaces for Special Events

Spaces for Special Events

Host your next event at Wesleyan College. From elegantly appointed parlors & dining spaces to our grand auditorium & expansive outdoor areas to technologically updated meeting rooms, we can accommodate a wide variety of special events.

From the North (Atlanta): Go south on I-75, through Forsyth. Past Forsyth, at the Visitor's Center, bear right onto I-475 South. The second exit is #9, Zebulon Road. (There are signs indicating that this is the Wesleyan College exit.) Exit and turn left onto Zebulon Road. You will go several miles and through three traffic lights at Zebulon Road, which turns residential once you have gone past the immediate area of the interstate. Zebulon Road ends at Forsyth Road. Turn right and, within a mile, the college will be on the right.

From the West (Columbus): Coming in on US 80 or Ga. Hwy. 22, get on I-475 North and go to Exit #9, Zebulon Road. (There are signs indicating that this is the Wesleyan College exit.) Exit and turn right onto Zebulon Road. You will go several miles and through three traffic lights at Zebulon Road, which turns residential once you have gone past the immediate area of the interstate. Zebulon Road ends at Forsyth Road. Turn right and, within a mile, the college will be on the right.

From the South (Valdosta/Perry): Go north on I-75. Before you get into Macon, bear left onto I-475, the Macon Bypass. Go to Exit #9, Zebulon Road. (There are signs indicating that this is the Wesleyan College exit.) Exit and turn right onto Zebulon Road. You will go several miles and through three traffic lights at Zebulon Road, which turns residential once you have gone past the immediate area of the interstate. Zebulon Road ends at Forsyth Road. Turn right and, within a mile, the college will be on the right.

From the East (Savannah/Dublin): Take I-16 West until it ends at I-75. Stay to the right and merge onto I-75 North. On I-75, you will have a sense that you are skirting the city, which is to your left. Go to the second exit, Exit #169, Arkwright Road. Exit, turn left, and go straight at the light across Riverside Drive. At the next light, turn right onto Northside Drive. Go straight through the light at Forest Hill Road. (The change from business to residential is rather abrupt once you have crossed Forest Hill Road.) At the caution light, turn left onto Wesleyan Drive. When Wesleyan Drive intersects Rivoli Drive, it jogs left and then immediately right, crosses the railroad tracks, and ends at Forsyth Road, at the campus. Turn left onto Forsyth Road and right into the campus. (From Milledgeville or Gray, you will turn right onto I-16/I-75 North from Gray Highway as you are coming into Macon.)

Alternate route from the East: Take I-16 West until it ends at I-75. Stay to the left and merge onto I-75 South. Cross the Ocmulgee River Bridge and get into the right-hand lane to exit at Hardeman Avenue. Exit, turn right, and continue on Hardeman Avenue (Georgia Highway 41) as it changes name to Vineville Avenue and then to Forsyth Road. Several miles off the Interstate you will cross under a railroad overpass at Rivoli. Look for the campus in about one mile on the left.

TOP 10 REASONS TO ATTEND A WOMEN'S COLLEGE

FOUR YEARS

The majority of women's college undergraduates earn their degrees in four years.

GRADUATE DEGREE

Graduates of women's colleges are almost twice as likely to earn a graduate degree as any other group.

BETTER PREPARED

Graduates of women's colleges are almost twice as likely as all other graduates to say they felt better prepared for life after college.

CONFIDENCE

Women's colleges receive higher ratings for helping students develop self-confidence, make effective decisions, solve problems, and think analytically and creatively.

SATISFACTION

Alumnae of women's colleges are more likely to be completely satisfied with the quality of their education and feel that it was a good investment.

SUCCESS

Graduates of women's colleges make up more than 20% of women in Congress.

VARSITY ATHLETICS

Students at women's colleges are almost three times more likely to be involved in varsity athletics than at co-ed public universities.

CORPORATE

Graduates of women's colleges represent 30% of a Businessweek list of rising women in corporate America.

ALUMNAE

Graduates of women's colleges believe their network of alumnae plays a great role for being accepted to graduate school and finding a first job.

EFFECTIVE

Women's colleges receive higher ratings than all other colleges for helping students learn to write and speak effectively.

Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

Wesleyan College is privileged to steward many arts and cultural events and share them with the community. Most are free and open to the public. Wesleyan art galleries are open M-F 1:30 – 5:00 PM and on Wesleyan Market Saturdays from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM.

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Visit our Campus

Visit our Campus

Tour our beautiful 200-acre campus featuring Georgian architecture, lush green spaces, recreational facilities, residence halls, and worship center.

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NCAA Division III Athletics

NCAA Division III Athletics

Wesleyan College is home to five NCAA Division III sports: soccer, basketball, volleyball, tennis, and softball. In addition, we offer an award-winning Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) Equestrian program.

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