Accepted students

Congratulations on your acceptance to Wesleyan College!

Welcome to Wesleyan College, the first college in the world chartered to grant degrees to women! You are joining a global network where tradition and friendship come together to build a family of Wesleyan women who support each other from the moment they step on campus through graduation and beyond.

We are looking forward to welcoming you to campus. An e-mail will be sent to you with login access to the Wesleyan Portal. Check WesPortal for further information about your enrollment and financial aid status.

Below you will find information to help you take your next step. Hail Wesleyan!

 

First-Year Students

Deposit today! Due within fifteen days of acceptance. To accept an offer of admission, students must send a $300 deposit as a resident or a $200 deposit as a commuter. For fall admits, the deposit is non-refundable after May 1. The deposit secures a space at Wesleyan and indicates acceptance of our offer of admission.

 

Advising and Registration

Completion of new student assessments and the advising questionnaire must be completed prior to receiving your course schedule.  

Students will be contacted about advising, registration, and building your course schedule prior to the start of the semester.

For questions about academic advising, class registration or new student assessments, contact the Academic Resource Center at arc@wesleyancollege.edu or (478) 757-2848.

Health and Housing

Health Services 
The following health forms are required of all new students prior to the first day of class.

  • Privacy Practices Acknowledgement, read and keep for your records
  • Physical Exam Form, completed within 6 months of your first day of class, and signed by a medical provider
  • Immunization Record Form and Negative Tuberculosis Test or Clear Chest X-Ray Report, signed by a medical provider and completed within 6 months of your first day of class.
  • Health History Form
  • Meningococcal Meningitis Vaccine Verification or Waiver

To upload your health forms:

  1. Login to WesPortal.wesleyancollege.edu
  2. Click the “Student” tab on the top menu bar
  3. Click “Health Records & Forms” on the left menu bar
  4. Proceed to upload and submit your forms.

A brief tutorial is available on WesPortal if you need assistance with this process. NOTE: Health forms must be uploaded to WesPortal; physical or faxed forms will not be accepted.

Health Insurance
All full time undergraduate students taking at least 12 credit hours in the day program (i.e. non-online only) are required to have health insurance. Students may purchase insurance through Wesleyan’s provider, Gallagher Student Health, or you may waive out of our insurance by providing proof of your health insurance coverage. All international students are automatically enrolled in the student health insurance plan at registration. Information about waiving out of student health insurance will be automatically sent to you upon registration. If you do not waive out of health insurance before the semester waiver deadline, you will be automatically billed for Wesleyan’s student health insurance plan. To learn more about the Student Health Insurance Plan, the college’s insurance requirements, and how to waive or enroll, go to www.gallagherstudent.com/wesleyancollege.

NOTE: Students must be registered for 12 credits to participate in or waive out of the insurance plan. If you plan to waive, your current insurance must be fully compliant with the Affordable Care Act and provide access to doctors in the Macon area.

Residence Life
Wesleyan College is a residential campus. All traditional undergraduate students are required to live on campus during their enrollment. Residential students must submit the housing application. Please use the button below to submit the housing application. You must be logged into the Wesleyan Portal to access the application. If you are considering living off campus please review our Residency Policy and submit the residential status change form. All deposit paid students will be sent their login credentials for Wesportal in April. If deposited after April, students will receive their login credentials in 5-10 business days of depositing.

For specific questions regarding housing, contact Director of Residence Life at residencelife@wesleyancollege.edu

 

Financial Aid and Payment

Financial Aid
Submit your FAFSA with our school code 001600. You may still be missing financial aid documents. All documents and financial aid updates will be sent to you via e-mail and can be seen on WesPortal with your login. If you have any questions, contact the financial aid office at financialaid@wesleyancollege.edu or (478) 757-5205.

Business Office
Billing statements can be seen on WesPortal with your login. A minimum payment criterion must be met by the semester due date to avoid an administrative drop of courses. For more information about billing and payment, please visit the Financial Information section of the Wesleyan Catalogue. If you have any questions, contact the business office at businessoffice@wesleyancollege.edu or (478) 757-5120.

Minimum payment criterion includes one of the following:

  • Full payment by cash, check, or credit card. Payments can be made by mail, in person, or on WesPortal with your login.
  • Enrollment in the Cashnet Payment Plan. Enroll in the payment plan online.
  • Financial aid award letter showing sufficient pending financial aid to cover the balance due.
  • Third party agency funding authorization submitted to the college, i.e.: employer reimbursement program, Veterans Administration, etc.
  • A combination of the above items sufficient to cover the balance due.

 

New Student Move-in and Orientation

All new students are required to participate in New Student Orientation programming designed to help you in your transition to Wesleyan College. For information about New Student Orientation programs, dates, and move-in, please visit the New Student Orientation page

Nursing

Admission to Wesleyan’s nursing program is highly competitive. Students apply for entry into the BSN program during their sophomore year. Wesleyan Nursing admits students in August. Students interested in entering the BSN program should submit their nursing application with a priority deadline of Feb. 1.

Advising and Registration

Please refer to your acceptance letter you received from the nursing department for advising and registration information.

Housing

Residence Life
Wesleyan College is a residential campus. Residential students must submit the housing application. Please use the button below to submit the housing application. You must be logged into the Wesleyan Portal to access the application. If you are considering living off campus please review our Residency Policy and submit the residential status change form. Please use the button below to submit the housing application. You will be sent an email with your login information to access this application on the Wesleyan Portal in April.

For specific questions regarding housing, contact Director of Residence Life at residencelife@wesleyancollege.edu

 

Financial Aid and Payment

Financial Aid
Submit your FAFSA with our school code 001600. You may still be missing financial aid documents. All documents and financial aid updates will be sent to you via e-mail and can be seen on WesPortal with your login. If you have any questions, contact the financial aid office at financialaid@wesleyancollege.edu or (478) 757-5205.

Business Office
Billing statements can be seen on WesPortal with your login. A minimum payment criterion must be met by the semester due date to avoid an administrative drop of courses. For more information about billing and payment, please visit the Financial Information section of the Wesleyan Catalogue. If you have any questions, contact the business office at businessoffice@wesleyancollege.edu or (478) 757-5120.

Minimum payment criterion includes one of the following:

  • Full payment by cash, check, or credit card. Payments can be made by mail, in person, or on WesPortal with your login.
  • Enrollment in the Cashnet Payment Plan. Enroll in the payment plan online.
  • Financial aid award letter showing sufficient pending financial aid to cover the balance due.
  • Third party agency funding authorization submitted to the college, i.e.: employer reimbursement program, Veterans Administration, etc.
  • A combination of the above items sufficient to cover the balance due.

 

New Student Move-in and Orientation

Nursing students are required to attend both New Student Orientation and Nursing Orientation designed to help you in your transition to Wesleyan College. For information about New Student Orientation programs, dates, and move-in, please visit the New Student Orientation page

Online

Wesleyan Online offers year-round admission so women can enroll at any time and complete their coursework whenever and wherever suits their schedule.

Advising and Registration

Completion of new student assessments must be completed prior to receiving your course schedule if you have not taken a math or foreign language .

Students will be contacted about advising, registration, and building a course schedule prior to the start of the semester.

For class registration or new student assessments, contact the Academic Resource Center at arc@wesleyancollege.edu or (478) 757-2848.

For questions about the online program, academic advising, academic calendar, transfer of credits, or any other general inquiry: registrar@wesleyancollege.edu or (478) 757-5217.

Financial Aid and Payment

Financial Aid
Submit your FAFSA with Wesleyan’s school code 001600. You may still be missing financial aid documents. All documents and financial aid updates will be sent to you via e-mail and can be seen on WesPortal with your login. If you have any questions, contact the financial aid office at financialaid@wesleyancollege.edu or (478) 757-5205.

Business Office
Billing statements can be seen on WesPortal with your login. A minimum payment criterion must be met by the semester due date to avoid an administrative drop of courses. For more information about billing and payment, please visit the Financial Information section of the Wesleyan Catalogue. If you have any questions, contact the business office at businessoffice@wesleyancollege.edu or (478) 757-5120.

Minimum payment criterion includes one of the following:

  • Full payment by cash, check, or credit card. Payments can be made by mail, in person, or on WesPortal with your login.
  • Enrollment in the Cashnet Payment Plan. Enroll in the payment plan online.
  • Financial aid award letter showing sufficient pending financial aid to cover the balance due.
  • Third party agency funding authorization submitted to the college, i.e.: employer reimbursement program, Veterans Administration, etc.
  • A combination of the above items sufficient to cover the balance due.
  • If your employer offers tuition reimbursement, contact them directly to complete the process.
Transfer

Transfer students are accepted from regionally accredited two-year and four-year institutions. Transfer applicants must be in good academic standing with the last college attended and have a cumulative grade point average of 2.0.

Secure Your Spot

Deposit today! Due within fifteen days of acceptance. 
To accept an offer of admission, students must send a $300 deposit as a resident or a $200 deposit as a commuter. For fall admits, the deposit is non-refundable after May 1. The deposit secures a space at Wesleyan and indicates acceptance of our offer of admission.

 

Advising and Registration

Completion of new student assessments must be completed prior to receiving your course schedule if you have not taken a math or foreign language .

Students will be contacted about advising, registration, and building your course schedule prior to the start of the semester.

For class registration or new student assessments, contact the Academic Resource Center at arc@wesleyancollege.edu or (478) 757-2848.

For transfer student,academic advising, academic calendar, transfer of credits, or any other general inquiry please email registrar@wesleyancollege.edu or call (478) 757-5217.

 

Health and Housing

Health Services 
The following health forms are required of all new students prior to the first day of class.

  • Privacy Practices Acknowledgement, read and keep for your records
  • Physical Exam Form, completed within 6 months of your first day of class, and signed by a medical provider
  • Immunization Record Form and Negative Tuberculosis Test or Clear Chest X-Ray Report, signed by a medical provider and completed within 6 months of your first day of class.
  • Health History Form
  • Meningococcal Meningitis Vaccine Verification or Waiver

To upload your health forms:

  1. Login to WesPortal.wesleyancollege.edu
  2. Click the “Student” tab on the top menu bar
  3. Click “Health Records & Forms” on the left menu bar
  4. Proceed to upload and submit your forms.

A brief tutorial is available on WesPortal if you need assistance with this process. NOTE: Health forms must be uploaded to WesPortal; physical or faxed forms will not be accepted.

 

Health Insurance
All full-time undergraduate students taking at least 12 credit hours in the day program i.e. non-online only are required to have health insurance. Students may purchase insurance through Wesleyan’s provider, Gallagher Student Health, or you may waive out of our insurance by providing proof of your health insurance coverage. All international students are automatically enrolled in the student health insurance plan at registration. Information about waiving out of student health insurance will be automatically sent to you upon registration. If you do not waive out of health insurance before the semester waiver deadline, you will be automatically billed for Wesleyan’s student health insurance plan. To learn more about the Student Health Insurance Plan, the college’s insurance requirements, and how to waive or enroll, go to www.gallagherstudent.com/wesleyancollege.

NOTE: Students must be registered for 12 credits to participate in or waive out of the insurance plan. If you plan to waive, your current insurance must be fully compliant with the Affordable Care Act and provide access to doctors in the Macon area.

Residence Life
Wesleyan College is a residential campus. All traditional undergraduate students are required to live on campus during their enrollment. Residential students must submit the housing application. Please use the button below to submit the housing application. You must be logged into the Wesleyan Portal to access the application. If you are considering living off campus please review our Residency Policy and submit the residential status change form. Please use the button below to submit the housing application. You will be sent an email with your login information to access this application on the Wesleyan Portal upon enrollment. 

For specific questions regarding housing, contact Director of Residence Life at residencelife@wesleyancollege.edu

 

 

 

Financial Aid and Payment

Financial Aid
Submit your FAFSA with Wesleyan’s school code 001600. You may still be missing financial aid documents. All documents and financial aid updates will be sent to you via e-mail and can be seen on WesPortal with your login. If you have any questions, contact the financial aid office at financialaid@wesleyancollege.edu or (478) 757-5205.

Business Office
Billing statements can be seen on WesPortal with your login. A minimum payment criterion must be met by the semester due date to avoid an administrative drop of courses. For more information about billing and payment, please visit the Financial Information section of the Wesleyan Catalogue. If you have any questions, contact the business office at businessoffice@wesleyancollege.edu or (478) 757-5120.

Minimum payment criterion includes one of the following:

  • Full payment by cash, check, or credit card. Payments can be made by mail, in person, or on WesPortal with your login.
  • Enrollment in the Cashnet Payment Plan. Enroll in the payment plan online.
  • Financial aid award letter showing sufficient pending financial aid to cover the balance due.
  • Third party agency funding authorization submitted to the college, i.e.: employer reimbursement program, Veterans Administration, etc.
  • A combination of the above items sufficient to cover the balance due.
  • If your employer offers tuition reimbursement, contact them directly to complete the process.

 

New Student Move-in and Orientation

All new students are required to participate in New Student Orientation programming designed to help you in your transition to Wesleyan College. For information about New Student Orientation programs, dates, and move-in, please visit the New Student Orientation page

Non-Degree Seeking

Wesleyan College welcomes students who wish to take courses but do not plan to pursue a degree. Non-degree students (which includes men) are part-time students and do not qualify for financial aid. 

Advising and Registration

Students will be contacted about advising, registration, and building a course schedule prior to the start of the semester from their admission counselor

Payment

Business Office
Billing statements can be seen on WesPortal with your login. A minimum payment criterion must be met by the semester due date to avoid an administrative drop of courses. For more information about billing and payment, please visit the Financial Information section of the Wesleyan Catalogue. If you have any questions, contact the business office at businessoffice@wesleyancollege.edu or (478) 757-5120.

Minimum payment criterion includes one of the following:

  • Full payment by cash, check, or credit card. Payments can be made by mail, in person, or on WesPortal with your login.
  • Enrollment in the Cashnet Payment Plan. Enroll in the payment plan online.
  • Financial aid award letter showing sufficient pending financial aid to cover the balance due.
  • Third party agency funding authorization submitted to the college, i.e.: employer reimbursement program, Veterans Administration, etc.
  • A combination of the above items sufficient to cover the balance due.
  • If your employer offers tuition reimbursement, contact them directly to complete the process.
Dual Enrollment

If you are currently a junior or senior (male or female) in high school looking to begin earning college credits, the Dual Enrollment program is a great solution. Students take college coursework for credit towards both high school graduation or home study completion and college degree requirements. The program is offered during fall, spring, and summer semesters. 

Advising and Registration

Once accepted, your admission counselor will contact you and your high school counselor to see what course(s) you need to meet high-school requirements. After courses are decided, your admission counselor will register and email the course schedule to you and your guidance counselor


View the Academic Calandar for class start dates!
 

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