Founded in 1859, the Wesleyan College Alumnae Association (WCAA) is the world's FIRST alumnae association. All former Wesleyan students who have earned 30 or more semester hours at the College - whether or not they graduated - are considered alumnae and are automatically members of WCAA. Today, the association is governed by a board of managers that includes three alumnae trustees who represent the WCAA on the Wesleyan board of trustees. The association promotes alumnae engagement with the College by providing service and learning opportunities. Update your information with the College to stay connected with the College through e-communications, social media, events on campus, Campus News blog, and the Wesleyan Magazine, nearly 9,000 alumnae are kept informed of the activities and achievements of Wesleyan College alumnae. Update your information with the College.
Fun and fact-filled conversations with President Fowler, Provost Blake, and members of the faculty and staff. Each presentation lasts about 30 minutes, with questions and answers at the end.
2020 and 2021 Reunions have been rescheduled for April 2022 when we will celebrate with one big hug! What a difference a day makes, especially for 50th reunion classes. We've added a day to the weekend for extra sisterhood fun. Watch for more information about your reunion in the coming months.
Our alumnae publication is published twice each year, typically once in the fall/winter and again in the spring/summer. Make it great by submitting a class note or, even better, discuss an idea for a feature article with our editor. We're always looking for contributing scholars to submit articles of interest to our alumnae audience.
And best of all, it's free! Update your information and make sure you're on the mailing list, so you can keep up with the great accomplishments of Wesleyan College and our alumnae.
Number of countries where alumnae live.
Number of alumnae living in Georgia. That's 1 in every 2,187 people.
Number of alumnae clubs.
Founded in 1859, the Wesleyan College Alumnae Association (WCAA) is the world's FIRST alumnae association. All former Wesleyan students who have earned 30 or more semester hours at the College - whether or not they graduated - are considered alumnae and are automatically members of WCAA. Today, the Association is governed by a Board of Managers that includes three alumnae trustees who represent the WCAA on the Wesleyan Board of Trustees. The Association promotes alumnae engagement with the College by providing service and learning opportunities. Through e-communitcations, social media, and the Wesleyan Magazine, nearly 9,000 alumnae are kept informed of the activities and achievements of Wesleyan College alumnae.
More than 9,000 alumnae sisters live throughout the world.
Long-held, deeply-cherished, and tightly-held.
“Wesleyan has given me so much ... not only a world class education but also my best friends, leadership opportunities, and a network like no other.” Former Alumnae Association President Melanie Filson Lewis ’93
Alumnae can refer daughters, granddaughters, sisters, step-sisters, step-daughters, and nieces for a half tuition scholarship!
A collaborative alumnae event that will reconnect alumnae to life on campus and to one another.
See the world traveling with Wesleyannes who already are or will become your lifelong friends.
Our alumnae publication is published twice each year. Help keep it great by submitting a class note or, even better, an idea for a feature article!
Bring your daughters, granddaughters, cousins, nieces, and neighbors to STUNT and introduce them to traditions that make Wesleyan great.
Who better to give students feedback on career paths than Wesleyan's own successful alumnae.
During the last 180 years, fewer than 15,000 women have had the privilege of saying they earned their degrees at Wesleyan College.
These words are a pledge found in the Benson Charge all alumnae accept when inducted into the Wesleyan College Alumnae Association. This pledge makes clear the obligation alumnae have to ensure the College’s future. What better way to protect that future than to refer a student and give the gift of sisterhood, scholarship, and the gift of the Wesleyan experience; an experience enhanced by tradition, nurtured by a sense of family, strengthened through personal and spiritual growth, shaped by service and creative expression, and unified through a unique bond of sisterhood – that of the oldest alumnae association in the world.
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.
Tour our beautiful 200-acre campus featuring Georgian architecture, lush green spaces, recreational facilities, residence halls, and worship center.
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.