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Wesleyan College Stats, Info and Facts

Quick Facts

690 Students

47% Admitted

  • 603 full time
  • 271 part time
  • 5 men full time
  • 414 women full time
  • 644 applied
  • 327 admitted
  • 154 enrolled

564 Undergraduates

$20,750 Tuition/Year

  • 60 Graduates
  • 108 Non-Degree
  • $20,750 in state
  • $1,000 fees
  • $9,860 room & board
  • N/A books and supplies

At a Glance

Religious affiliation: United Methodist
Institution Type: Private not-for-profit
Campus Setting: Southeast Mid-size city
Highest Degree Offered: Master's degree
Level of Institution: Four or more years
Calendar: Semester
Reviews in 3 Sentences
  • Alex from Macon, GA
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  • Possibly one of the worst educations I have recieved ever. Not only is the education bad, but you will assume that the sticker price means cheap and valuable for my…

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  • Elizabeth from Watkinsville, GA
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  • Wesleyan College is bound and determined to support all of their students, and possible students to feel welcomed, and appreciated. the women of Wesleyan are also a tight knit family…

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  • Alexa from Miami, FL
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  • Wesleyan is a great school if you want to focus on your academic studies. If you want to attend college for simply the social life, this is not the school…

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  • Rachel from Eatonton, GA
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  • Wesleyan is a welcoming school for transfer students and freshmen. As a non traditional transfer student, Wesleyan was eager to help me achieve my goals! Wesleyan truly is first for women…

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Mission Statement

Vision: Forever first for women's education -- striving for excellence, grounded in faith, and engaged in service to the world. Mission: Founded in 1836 as the first college in the world for women, Wesleyan College offers an education that leads to lifelong intellectual, personal, and professional growth. Our academic community attracts those with a passion for learning and making a difference. The Wesleyan experience has four cornerstones. Academics: Wesleyan is committed to academic excellence in the liberal arts, the fine arts, and professional fields of study and to close relationships among faculty and students. Women: Wesleyan takes seriously its role as a pioneer in women's education and seeks to provide scholarship, leadership, and service opportunities through which women will be challenged to accomplish ambitious goals. Faith: Wesleyan is proud of its long relationship with the United Methodist Church. We respect other traditions and remain committed to the Judeo-Christian ethic, believing

Wesleyan College
  • Located in Macon, GA
  • Private not-for-profit
  • 690 students enrolled
  • 47% admitted
  • $20,750 annual cost to attend
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Student Responses to Review Topic: Am I Enjoying Being Here
  • 5
  • Theodora from Natalbany, LA
  • I am researching this school and have not visited the campus

    This seems like a good school for me. I will consider going here. I like GA it's like LA in many ways.

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  • 5
  • Daniella from Loganville, GA
  • I am a current student here

    I love the campus. It is very beautiful and spacious with plenty to do on campus. Being that I am from the suburbs, I am used to there being more things to do off campus and Macon does not very many things to do. This only means students are pushed to find things to do either on campus or with the college students nearby.

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  • 5
  • Francesca from Macon, GA
  • I am a current student here

    Wesleyan students are not only highly intelligent, but also possess a genuine bond which is rarely found in any other college environment. Upon starting the first few weeks of school my freshman year, I felt as though I had known some of my classmates for years. Although this school has a wide variety of clubs, organizations, and sports teams, it is the women who attend the school which uphold the pioneering spirit it is famous for.

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