Undergraduate Admission

Enrollment Services: Phone, 1-800-447-6610
Email,
admissions@wesleyancollege.edu

Students interested in applying to Wesleyan College should contact the Office of Enrollment Services at 1-800-447-6610. Students may apply anytime after the conclusion of their junior year of high school. The early decision and the scholarship priority deadlines are November 15. Applications received after the November 15 deadline are welcomed and will still receive consideration for scholarship.

Wesleyan believes a campus visit is most beneficial to prospective students. Visitors are invited to dine with our students, attend classes, and be full participants in campus activities. A number of special campus preview events are offered each year as well individual tours every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 10 a.m. or 2 p.m. or by special appointment. Arrangements for all visits should be made through the Office of Admission by calling 800-447-6610 or through our online reservation form.

The Office of Enrollment Services is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Staff members are available for consultation at these times and at other times by appointment.

Wesleyan is a member of the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC). As such, it supports the Statement of Principles of Good Practice.

First-Year Entrance Requirements. Admission to Wesleyan is competitive. The strongest candidates for admission will present evidence of academic achievement, potential for future success, and personal character and talents.

First-Year Application Checklist

  1. Application for admission: Complete all parts of the application form and mail to: Wesleyan College; Office of Enrollment Services; 4760 Forsyth Road; Macon, GA 31210-4462. We prefer that you apply online at www.wesleyancollege.edu/apply
  2. Application fee: There is no fee to submit an application online. A $30 fee is required to process paper applications.
  3. Secondary school transcript: Have your high school send an official transcript to Wesleyan's Office of Enrollment Services. Prior to enrollment at Wesleyan, students must have an official final transcript sent to Wesleyan from their high school. Home Schooled students are not required to take a GED or any other additional testing in order to apply for admission.
  4. College transcript: High school students often receive college credit through AP or IB exam scores or through dual enrollment programs. Students must submit official scores from AP or IB exams. The College accepts scores of 3, 4, and 5 for Advanced Placement and scores of 4, 5, 6, or 7 for higher level and standard level International Baccalaureate examinations for selected examination(s) within selected disciplines. Students must submit an official score report and an official final transcript to Wesleyan from any college they have attended. 
  5. Standardized test scores: Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) results or American College Testing program (ACT) results should be sent to Wesleyan's Office of Enrollment Services by the testing agency or should appear on the transcript sent by the high school. Wesleyan's identification code for the SAT is 5895; for the ACT it is 0876.
  6. Secondary school counselor recommendation: While optional, students are strongly encouraged to submit 1 or 2 recommendations. Recommendation forms can be found online at www.wesleyancollege.edu/apply.
  7. Deposit: If admitted, the student must remit the required $400 enrollment fee. The enrollment fee is refundable until May 1st.

Students who earned an International Baccalaureate Diploma at the conclusion of their high school curriculum are not required to take the SAT or the ACT. Wesleyan College awards credit for all higher level and standard level International Baccalaureate (IB) courses for which it has a comparable program. To receive credit, students must earn a score of at least 4 on the examination for that course. Upon receipt of an IB transcript and college admission, students will be awarded up to 30 semester hours of academic credit, with course equivalencies to be determined by program directors in the appropriate disciplines and the registrar. Thirty hours is the maximum amount of credit a student may receive for all credit by examinations.

Joint/Dual Enrollment. Students who have completed their sophomore or junior year in high school and are academically talented and highly motivated may be considered for admission to Wesleyan through joint/dual enrollment. A minimum of 12 academic units should be completed and acceptable scores from either SAT or ACT submitted. In addition, students must submit the following: a completed application for admission, a positive recommendation from a high school counselor and/or principal, and a letter of support from a parent or guardian. An interview is strongly recommended. Students may enroll in one or more courses per semester. Full-time enrollment is considered to be a minimum of 12 semester hours. Coursework taken for the purposes of dual enrollment must first be approved by the home high school guidance counselor in coordination with Wesleyan’s Registrar. Students admitted through joint/dual enrollment will be considered non-degree seeking. After high school graduation, a student who wishes to remain enrolled should apply for admission as a degree-seeking student. For more information, contact the Office of Enrollment Services. For information regarding the state of Georgia’s Move On When Ready program, please visit www.gadoe.org and search for Move On When Ready or seek information from your High School Guidance Counselor. 

Transient Admission. A transient student is a student who is currently enrolled at another regionally accredited institution of higher education and wishes to come to Wesleyan and take a course(s) as a non-degree seeking student. The student must provide a letter from the Registrar at the home institution stating the student is in good academic standing and has permission from the home institution to attend. It will be the responsibility of the student, in conjunction with an advisor at the home institution, to select courses appropriate for transfer. The student must provide an official transcript from the home institution and must provide evidence through same that she or he has met Wesleyan prerequisites or their equivalent(s) for any course(s) in which she or he seeks to enroll at Wesleyan College. The instructor of record for a Wesleyan course may waive the prerequisite if he or she deems that the student has adequate preparation to enroll in the class. The transient student must abide by Wesleyan's rules of conduct and all College policies.

Transfer and Nontraditional Admission. Wesleyan College welcomes transfer students from two-year, as well as from four-year regionally accredited institutions. Transfer students are encouraged to apply as early as possible because of the time required for receipt of transcripts and the evaluation of transfer credit.

To seek admission by transfer, a student must submit the following items:

  1. Application for admission: Complete all parts of the transfer and nontraditional application form and mail to: Wesleyan College; Office of Enrollment Services; 4760 Forsyth Road; Macon, GA 31210-4462. We prefer that you apply online at www.wesleyancollege.edu/apply
  2. Application fee: There is no fee to submit an application online. A $30 fee is required to process paper applications.
  3. College Transcripts and other credit options: Students often receive college credit through AP or IB exam scores or through dual enrollment programs. Students must submit official scores from AP or IB exams. The College accepts scores of 3, 4, and 5 for Advanced Placement and scores of 4, 5, 6, or 7 for higher level and standard level International Baccalaureate examinations for selected examination(s) within selected disciplines. Students must submit an official score report and an official final transcript to Wesleyan from any college they have attended. 
  4. Secondary school transcript or GED: Have your high school send an official transcript to Wesleyan's Office of Enrollment Services. Prior to enrollment at Wesleyan, students must have an official final transcript sent to Wesleyan from their high school.
  5. Standardized test scores: (SAT or ACT accepted), if transferring with fewer than 24 semester hours of credit. Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) results or American College Testing program (ACT) results should be sent to Wesleyan's Office of Enrollment Services by the testing agency or should appear on the transcript sent by the high school. Wesleyan's identification code for the SAT is 5895; for the ACT it is 0876.
  6. Deposit: If admitted, the student must remit the required $400 enrollment fee. The enrollment fee is refundable until May 1st.

A student's prior transcript(s) should reflect a high quality college curriculum. Transfer applicants should be eligible to return to the college last attended in order to be considered for admission to Wesleyan. Students should have obtained a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.00 for unconditional acceptance. 

A student enrolling with advanced standing can receive credit for a maximum of three years of a degree program. Credit from a junior college may not exceed 60 semester hours, all of which must transfer as coursework at the 100 and 200 level or as determined by a program director at Wesleyan. The final 30 semester hours of coursework must be taken at Wesleyan. 

Transfer coursework taken from all regionally accredited institutions classified as a 'core requirement' may also be applied towards Wesleyan's General Education requirements. Coursework may be accepted as a substitution or as a direct course equivalent. Individual course substitutions may be assigned to Wesleyan's General Education categories as deemed appropriate by the Registrar and the most closely associated Program Director. Credit will be considered for courses with a final grade of "C" of higher.

Credit hours earned in courses accepted for transfer to Wesleyan from other regionally accredited institutions are included in the transfer of student's cumulative hours earned. Grades earned in courses accepted for transfer credit are not reflected in a student's Wesleyan cumulative grade point average.

For Senior Honors (latin), grades accepted for transfer of credit to Wesleyan will be computed in the cumulative grade point average. (See Programs for Academic Enrichment, Senior Honors.)

International Students. Throughout its history, Wesleyan College has enjoyed a strong relationship with international students and welcomes their applications. International students must submit the following:

  1. Application for admission: Complete all parts of the international application form and mail to: Wesleyan College; Office of Enrollment Services; 4760 Forsyth Road; Macon, GA 31210-4462. We prefer that you apply online at www.wesleyancollege.edu/apply
  2. Application fee: There is no fee to submit an application online. A $30 fee is required to process paper applications.
  3. Standardized test scores: Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) results or American College Testing program (ACT) results should be sent to Wesleyan's Office of Enrollment Services by the testing agency or should appear on the transcript sent by the high school. Wesleyan's identification code for the SAT is 5895; for the ACT it is 0876.  Students who can demonstrate a strong record of academic achievement at a rigorous high school or through programs such as International Baccalaureate or Cambridge A-levels can appeal to the Wesleyan College Admission Committee to waive this requirement.
  4. Competency in English: A minimum of 213 (computer-based), 550 (paper-based), or 80 (Internet-based) on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), sponsored by the Educational Testing Service. Wesleyan College will also accept International English Language Testing System (IELTS) scores, sponsored by the British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations. Students must score at least 6.0 on the IELTS, with no subscore lower than 5.5. International applicants from IB Diploma Programs may satisfy the TOEFL or IELTS admission requirement by scoring 4 or higher in the Diploma Program higher-level or standard level English language examinations. International applicants who graduate from an English speaking high school or have successfully completed at least 24 hours of study at an English speaking post-secondary institution may ask to have the language proficiency test waived. Students may also demonstrate English competency through Wesleyan College's written and oral assessments. Note: Qualified students whose English is not strong enough to succeed immediately at Wesleyan may enroll in our summer WRI 100 (Writing For Nonnative English Speakers) ELL course to strengthen their English skills or, if they are not ready for a college-level writing course, take an ELL course(s) at another institution while living in a Wesleyan College residence hall. Students should consult with Wesleyan admissions staff about local ELL options. When these students demonstrate English competence, they will be fully admitted to Wesleyan College.
  5. Transcripts: An official copy of the high school transcript; or college/university transcripts translated into English (if necessary), along with a course-by-course credit evaluation from a professional evaluation agency indicating credit hours and grades converted to the semester system of higher education in the United States. (Applicants may contact the Office of Enrollment Services for information regarding credential evaluation agencies.)
  6. School Counselor or Teacher recommendation: While optional, students are strongly encouraged to submit 1 or 2 recommendations. Recommendation forms can be found online at www.wesleyancollege.edu/apply.
  7. VISA Documents: An International Student Certificate of Finance, bank statement, and a copy of a valid passport.
  8. Deposit: If admitted, the student must remit the required $400 enrollment fee. The enrollment fee is refundable until May 1st.

International students are eligible for Wesleyan's merit scholarships. For example, students who graduate from IB diploma or career-related programs with a grade point average of 3.0 or higher will receive a President's Scholarship, and students who earn the IB diploma or complete the career-related program will receive the Trustee scholarship. Consult with the financial aid office for more information. Before an I-20 form can be issued, admitted students must demonstrate the financial wherewithal to cover Wesleyan's costs and complete all required medical forms. On the date that new students move into residence halls, the balance for comprehensive fees is by the due date established by the College and is to be paid by check or money order drawn on an American bank. International high school graduates may be required to provide verification of their high school transcript and supporting documents, if requested. Contact the Office of Enrollment Services for information regarding credential evaluation agencies.

Wesleyan College and Guangzhou University Dual-Degree Program. In 2014, Wesleyan College established a dual-degree program with Guangzhou University (Guangzhou, PRC) for qualified female students from China. Dual-degree students complete their first year of study at Guangzhou University and their second year of study at Wesleyan College, including two summer terms. They return to Guangzhou University for their third and fourth years of study. Through this rigorous program, students complete all requirements for graduation from Wesleyan College and Guangzhou University in order to earn degrees from both institutions.

Students are admitted to Guangzhou University for majors in business administration, economics, or psychology through the Chinese GAOKAO admission process. Interviews will be used prior to matriculation at Guangzhou University to assess the student's overall English proficiency, leadership qualities, and overall academic ability. Students should contact the Office of Enrollment Services at 1-800-447-6610 or admissions@wesleyancollege.edu for questions related to the second year of study at Wesleyan College. Dual-degree students in the program between Guangzhou University and Wesleyan College will be admitted by Wesleyan College at the time they are admitted by Guangzhou University contingent upon the following:

  1. Application for Admission: Complete an application for admission to the Wesleyan College study abroad portion of the dual-degree program by October. Complete all parts of the international application form and mail to: Wesleyan College; Office of Enrollment Services; 4760 Forsyth Road; Macon, GA 31210-4462. We prefer that you apply online at www.wesleyancollege.edu/apply.  
  2. Transcripts and Test Scores: Applicants must submit GAOKAO scores and an English-language high school transcript. Applicants will send their English-language transcripts and GAOKAO scores to Wesleyan College using the China Higher Education Student Information & Career Center (CHESICC) at http://www.chsi.com.cn/en/help/howtoapply.ccv.jsp.
  3. VISA Documents: The application must include an International Student Certificate of Finance, bank statement, and a copy of a valid passport.
  4. Interview: Students must successfully pass an interview with Wesleyan College and Guangzhou University staff.
  5. Deposit: Once admitted, the student is required to submit a $5,000 deposit by October 15. The balance of tuition, room and board is due by June 1

Continuing in the program:

  • Students must adhere to all policies and procedures of Wesleyan College when studying in the United States and all policies and procedures of Guangzhou University when studying in China.
  • Students must demonstrate successful academic progress during their first year at Guangzhou University with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher.
  • Students enrolled in the Guangzhou/Wesleyan College Dual-Degree program will send their transcripts to Wesleyan College using the China Higher Education Student Information & Career Center (CHESICC) at http://www.chsi.com.cn/en/help/howtoapply.ccv.jsp. Submission of an English-language Verification Report of China Higher Education Student’s Academic Transcript should be sent twice, using the timeline below. Students are responsible for the cost of the transcripts.
    • End of First Year at Guangzhou: Send the transcript only after final grades have been posted.
    • After Completion of Thesis: Send the transcript only after final grades have been posted.
  • At the conclusion of the study abroad portion of the dual-degree program at Wesleyan College, students will request a transcript from the Registrar at Wesleyan College to be sent to Guangzhou University. Requests for transcripts should be made at http://www.wesleyancollege.edu/academic/resources/transcript.cfm. Students are responsible for the cost of the transcript.
  • Once all degree requirements are met, Wesleyan College will confer the baccalaureate degree upon its dual-degree graduates. The degree will be conferred during the August commencement ceremony in Macon, Georgia. A separate ceremony will take place at Guangzhou University. Transcripts must be received two weeks prior to the August commencement ceremony in order for a degree to be conferred.

Readmission. Students who have left Wesleyan in good academic, financial and social standing are invited to apply for readmission. A student who has withdrawn for a semester or longer must complete the online readmission application. A student who has attended another college or university since attending Wesleyan must submit the online transfer application, a copy of all transcripts and follow all application procedures.

Students who withdrew from the college and are readmitted must fulfill the general education program, major requirements, and any and all other requirements for the Bachelor of Arts degree in effect at the time of their readmission. Students who completed their general education program at Wesleyan before their withdrawal will be deemed to have completed general education when they are readmitted. (See policy exception for students who take a Leave of Absence.)

Academic Renewal. The Academic Renewal policy is designed for Wesleyan students that have withdrawn or been academically excluded from the College. A student is eligible for academic renewal upon a three-year absence from the College and after submitting an application for readmission to Wesleyan. Once accepted for readmission into the college, previous courses attempted at Wesleyan with a C or better grade will be counted for credit, while all D and F grades will be forgiven. In order to stay under the academic renewal policy, the following criteria and considerations must be met:

1. The courses accepted (i.e. or better) will only count for credit; they will not be assigned quality points in the overall grade point average.

2. Courses with D or F grades must be repeated at Wesleyan College if they are required in the student's degree program.

3. Transfer semester hours will be evaluated according to existing college policies.

4. Students granted Academic Renewal must adhere to the 30-hour rule - the last 30 hours of coursework must be taken at Wesleyan - to successfully graduate from the program and college.

5. If a student wishes to achieve recognition of Senior Honors (latin), at least 60 hours of her remaining courses must be taken at Wesleyan. Students on Academic Renewal are not eligible for summa cum laude.

6. The transcript of a student will include ALL courses taken at Wesleyan.

7. A student is eligible to apply for Academic Renewal only once.

Admission Notification. The Office of Enrollment Services thoroughly reviews each file and makes admission decisions according to the guidelines established by the faculty. One of the following decisions may be made on a student's application for admission:

  1. Acceptance: Students will be notified of their acceptance by a letter from the Office of Enrollment Services. The College reserves the right to withdraw an offer of admission if new information, such as a final transcript, is inconsistent with credentials submitted with the student's application materials for admission.
  2. Provisional Acceptance: Students may be provisionally accepted to the term for which they apply prior to the receipt of official transcripts. In order to enroll for the semester, students provisionally accepted must submit official transcripts prior to the end of the College's Drop-Take period for that semester.
  3. Acceptance with Conditions: Students may be accepted to the term for which they apply with conditions placed by the Admission Committee. A student must meet the requirements of the conditions outlined in her acceptance letter. Failure to meet the requirements may result in a student not being allowed to attend the College, thereby revoking her admission.
  4. Denial: The College recognizes that the process of selecting students for admission cannot predict perfectly students' level of academic ability and motivation or general fit with a college. The College cannot offer admission to all students in a competitive pool of applicants.
  5. Hold: The Committee may elect to postpone a decision of acceptance or denial by requesting that an applicant first submit additional information such as an updated transcript, new standardized test score, an additional letter of recommendation, scores from Wesleyan's proficiency exams, or arrange an interview with a designated member of the Wesleyan College community.
  6. Waitlist: Some competitive applicants may be offered an opportunity to be on a waiting list for admission. If the first-year class is not filled by the May 1 candidates' reply date offers of admission may be extended to students on the waiting list. Students who accept a place on the waiting list will be updated on their admission status in mid-May and, if necessary, every two to four weeks thereafter.

Note: The College reserves the right to change policy. Students should contact the Office of Enrollment Services or refer to current publications for updated information on programs and policies. Satisfying requirements does not guarantee admission.

The Undergraduate Evening Program

Wesleyan's Evening program is designed for women who are beyond the traditional college age. Students can work toward a first or second degree, or take courses for personal growth. The College gives recognition to and serves women whose maturity makes them excellent students.

Evening Program. Wesleyan's Evening Program meets the needs of working women who wish to pursue their education at night and is designed for women who have been out of high school for at least three years and have not enrolled in an institution of higher education or who meet the federal guidelines defining independent students. Wesleyan's Evening Program offers a number of unique features that include: flexible scheduling to allow full- or part-time attendance; electronic hybrid and face-to-face courses that meet one or two nights per week; faculty advisors; writing and mathematics labs; expanded support services; and personalized admissions, registration, and financial aid. The two undergraduate majors offered in the evening program are accounting and business administration.

Evening Program Application Checklist. Applicants to the Evening Program must submit the following to the Office of Enrollment Services:

  1. Application for admission: Complete all parts of the international application form and mail to: Wesleyan College; Office of Enrollment Services; 4760 Forsyth Road; Macon, GA 31210-4462. We prefer that you apply online at www.wesleyancollege.edu/apply
  2. Application fee: There is no fee to submit an application online. A $30 fee is required to process paper applications.
  3. Secondary school transcript or GED: Have your high school send an official transcript to Wesleyan's Office of Enrollment Services. Prior to enrollment at Wesleyan, students must have an official final transcript sent to Wesleyan from their high school. 
  4. College transcripts or other academic credit: Submit an official transcript from each college, junior college, technical college, trade school or military training classes (where applicable) previously attended.  A student's most recent transcript must reflect good academic standing at the end of her last semester of enrollment with a grade point average of 2.00.

Second Degree Program. A nontraditional student who holds a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution may earn a second baccalaureate degree by completing the course requirements and prerequisites for the major that she is pursuing under the second degree program. Baccalaureate degrees in an applied area of study and degrees from foreign institutions must be evaluated individually. A minimum of 30 semester hours is required to earn a second baccalaureate degree from Wesleyan.

Non-Degree Seeking Status. Students taking courses for enrichment, may be accepted on a non-degree basis. Non-degree seeking students must complete an application for admission and submit an official high school transcript, an official GED report, and/or the most recent official college transcript, whichever are appropriate. Additional transcripts may be required from non-degree seeking students who are pursuing teacher certification. Students enrolled on a non-degree basis are not eligible to receive financial aid assistance. 

New Student Assessments. After a student has been accepted, the next step is to take the New Student Assessments. All students entering Wesleyan College must complete online New Student Assessments before registration. These assessments measure current knowledge in a particular subject so that each student can be placed in an appropriate course according to her foundation in this area.

Three areas of knowledge will be measured: Writing, Math and Foreign Language.

Writing: Wesleyan College courses require strong writing skills across disciplines. Faculty are dedicated to helping students develop writing abilities. In order to place students in courses which support their current writing skills, the Writing Program requires each student to take a College Writing Proficiency Assessment. The Writing Proficiency Assessment not only helps faculty to understand each student's unique writing needs, it is also required for the successful completion of the general education program.

Faculty within the English Department score the assessment, which may indicate the need to enroll in WRI 101 (Fundamentals of College Writing) or WRI 100 (Writing in English as a Second Language), when offered, if English is not a student's first language. When space is available WRI 100 is optional for exchange students.

A student should enroll in WRI 101 or WRI 100 during her first semester, as the course will prepare the student for the writing demands of other courses at Wesleyan.

Math: All Wesleyan students are welcomed and encouraged to include the study of mathematics in their coursework. A student begins her mathematics program at the level indicated by her background, interests, and preparation as determined by the College mathematics placement assessment. The study of mathematics provides necessary skills and concepts essential in other areas of study, including natural sciences, social sciences, business, and education. Therefore, a sufficient score on the mathematics placement assessment is a prerequisite to many courses, not just those in the Mathematics department. The student is guided in her selection of the appropriate mathematics courses by the requirements of each discipline, her previous mathematics courses and consultation with her advisor.

Foreign Language: The Bachelor's degree offered at Wesleyan College is earned through a rigorous four-year curriculum in the liberal arts and sciences that is faithful to the origins of the College and that encompasses the best of current thinking about education. The curriculum recognizes that, if students are to succeed in this world and shape the world of tomorrow, they need more than breadth and depth of knowledge. One of the challenges brought forth through Wesleyan's academic program is that students meet the needs of being familiar with cultures other than their own. To this end, completion of modern foreign language courses to the intermediate level is a requirement of the general education program. A student begins demonstrating her proficiency in a modern foreign language by completing the foreign language placement assessment.

Wesleyan requires all entering students to take the assessment in the language studied in high school even if they are considering beginning a different language at Wesleyan College.

Prior to enrolling in a foreign language course, students may need to interview with a foreign language faculty member to determine exact course placement.

Transgender Admissions Policy. Founded in 1836, Wesleyan College is forever first for women’s education – striving for excellence, grounded in faith, and engaged in service to the world. Wesleyan offers an education that leads to lifelong intellectual, personal, and professional growth, and our four cornerstones include academics, women, faith, and community. Consistent with our values of respect for diversity among people, religions, and cultures, Wesleyan will consider for admission all applicants who consistently self-identify and live as women. Application materials must support this self-identification, and our admission counselors will help guide prospective students who need assistance with this process.
 
This admissions policy reflects the College’s commitment to maintaining a diverse, academically talented, and well-rounded community of learners in an atmosphere of mutual respect and appreciation of differences, and it does not affect students who transition during their time at Wesleyan. Once enrolled, any such students may continue their education at Wesleyan with the full support of the College. Should any students who transition during their time at Wesleyan decide that our mission no longer aligns with their needs, the College will work with them to find new homes to complete their educational goals. Until such a request is made, however, Wesleyan’s primary goal will be to retain and meet the needs of all of its students as they pursue their degrees.

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