Early registration for the Class of 1968 and classes before 1968. Foyer, Candler Alumnae Center. Enjoy Lemonade on the Lawn in front of Candler.
Luncheon honoring the Class of 1968 and classes before 1968. Oval Hall, Candler Alumnae Center.
Back to College. International Relations. Crises of Globalization. Barbara Donovan, Ph.D. Tate Hall, Room 228.
Registration. Foyer, Candler Alumnae Center.
New Beginnings. A Conversation with President Vivia L. Fowler. Pierce Chapel. Transportation available from Candler Alumnae Center.
Willet Library Open House. Join Library Director Kristi Peavy and College Archivist Virginia Blake for a tour of the newly renovated first floor of the Library.
Pierce Chapel Tour. Transportation available from Candler Alumnae Center.
Nursing Lab Tour. Visit with nursing staff in Munroe Science Center, 2nd Floor.
Celebration Concert. Music faculty, students including The Wesleyannes, and reunion class alumnae perform live on stage. Porter Family Memorial Auditorium.
The Presidents’ Reception. Ticket required. Hosted by Alumnae Association President Melanie Filson Lewis ’93 and Past Presidents of the WCAA in honor of President Vivia Fowler. Oval Hall, Candler Alumnae Center.
Scheduled Reunion Class Parties.
Strawberry Breakfast. Ticket required. All classes, Conservatory and College. Burden Parlor and Mount Vernon Porch, Olive Swann Porter Building.
Late Registration. Limited seating available for food events. The Loggia.
Reunion Class Meetings. Assigned areas. NON-REUNION class alumnae meet in Hurdle Café and OSP Lobby, Olive Swann Porter Building.
Seniors and Candlelighters Assemble. Benson Room, Candler Alumnae Center.
Alumnae assemble for Parade of Classes. NON-REUNION classes line up behind reunion classes and join the Parade. Tate Quadrangle.
Wesleyan College Alumnae Association Annual Meeting. Porter Auditorium.
Sisterhood Luncheon. Ticket required. Anderson Dining Hall.
17th Annual Wesleyan Storytelling Festival
True South: No Single Story. Featuring community storytellers and eleven student storytellers. Free. Taylor Amphitheatre.
Nursing Lab Open House. Visit with nursing staff in Munroe Science Center (2nd floor) and tour the facilities. Transportation available from Candler Alumnae Center.
Welcome to Willet Library. Tour the newly renovated first floor of the Library with Library Director Kristi Peavy and College Archivist Virginia Blake.
Miss Julia Bus Tours of Campus. Depart from Candler Alumnae Center. Tours leave at 2:15 and 3:30pm. Guided by Wesleyan students.
Drop-In Department Reunions. Visit with faculty, including faculty emeriti, and classmates from within your major. Oval Hall and Benson Room, Candler Alumnae Center.
Wesleyan Today and Tomorrow: A Conversation. Meet with President Fowler and College leaders about plans for Wesleyan's future. Pierce Chapel Chancel.
Springtime in the Arboretum. Visit Anderson Cabin, explore nature trails, and learn about the many birds, trees, and flowers that call the Arboretum home with Environmental Studies major Zoe Nuhfer '19. Bring walking shoes! Depart from Mathews Athletic Center. Locker rooms open. Shuttle available from Loggia to Mathews.
Alumnae/Student Networking Mixer. Sponsored by the Center for Career Development and the WCAA Board of Managers. Meet and network with current students. Career Center, Ground Floor, OSP.
Black Student Alliance Reunion. Ticket required. For BSA alumnae. Enjoy networking with sisters and current BSA students. Benson Room, Candler Alumnae Center. For more information: (478) 757-5173. Sponsored by the Office of the President and the WCAA Board of Managers.
International Food Fest by The Fountain. Ticket required. Enjoy food, fun, and entertainment. Rain location: Anderson Dining Hall.
17th Annual Wesleyan Storytelling Festival
True South: No Single Story. Featuring Caroline Herring, American folk and country singer, songwriter, and musician and Andy Offitt-Irwin, American storyteller, arts educator, singer-songwriter, and humorist. Free. Taylor Amphitheatre.
Pub Night in the Hurdle. Ticket required. Enjoy beer, wine, games, trivia, and FUN with alumnae and students. Hurdle Café.
Scheduled Reunion Class Parties.
Continental Breakfast. Ticket required. Corn Center (Ground Floor), Pierce Chapel.
Morning Watch. Worship service for all classes. Led by the Class of 1968. Pierce Chapel.
Alumnae Marketplace on the Loggia. Enjoy shopping for special gifts from alumnae vendors. Sales benefit the College. Friday, 2-4pm and Saturday, 2-4pm. Rain location: Olive Swann Porter Lobby.
Art Exhibits. Cowles Myles Collier East & West Galleries, Porter Family Memorial Fine Arts Bldg. Open Friday, 1-5pm and Saturday, 2-5pm.
“Early Bird” Back to College. Friday. Come early to “sit in” on real time classes with students:
Bookstore Hours: Friday, 10am-5pm and Saturday, 10am-6pm (Closed from 12-1pm).
Name Your Sister. Visit Willet Library to see the Archives and learn about our new "Name Your Sister" Photo Identification project. Contact Virginia Blake (email@example.com) for more information.
Oral History Project. Share your Wesleyan story during Alumnae Weekend. Friday 1:30-5:30pm; Saturday 2-6pm; Sunday by appointment. Contact Dr. Karen Huber at (478) 757-5107 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment. Spaces are limited.
Wesleyan Nursing Alumnae (BSN) Reunion. By invitation only for Nursing alumnae and current senior nursing students. Friday 7:30-9pm, 2nd Floor Terrace, Munroe Science Center. Hosted by Wesleyan College Nursing faculty.
Self-Guided Campus Tour. Visit campus sites at your leisure. Maps in tote bags.
Reception for Benson and Society Members. By invitation only. Saturday, 5:30pm in Burden Parlor. President Vivia Fowler will toast alumnae who have given $1,000 or more to Wesleyan during this fiscal year and/or have included Wesleyan in their estate plans. Questions? Contact the Advancement Office at (478) 757-5170.
Time Out for Hangin’ Out. Under the Tents. Look for your class color tent. Meet in between reunion events with sisters from all classes.
Visit the Confucius Institute and Chinese Art Gallery. Friday 1-5pm and Saturday 10:30am-4pm. Ground floor, Willet Library. Wesleyan’s collection of Asian textiles, paintings, furniture, decorative art, and archives for the Soong Sisters.
Weekend Workout. Use Mathews Athletic Center facilities. Locker rooms available. Friday, 7am-9pm & Saturday, 9am-6pm.
Just for Guests. Friends of alumnae, spouses, partners, and visiting guests are invited to these special events:
Discover China and the Confucius Institute at Wesleyan College (CIWC). Confucius Institute, Ground Floor, Willet Library. Stop by the Guest Table at the Lemonade Stand for brochures of places to visit in Macon.
Guest Lounge. Located in Hurdle Café, Olive Swann Porter Building. Relax at cafe tables and enjoy coffee, tea, and TV.
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