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Come join us for the first ever first generation students reception at Wesleyan!  If you are the first in your family to graduate from college, you are invited (along with family and friends) to this reception. A student and Dean Melendez will be speaking, and there will be appetizers, desserts, and refreshments served.

Time:  After commencement at 1:45 pm

Location:  Beckham Hall

Diploma Pick Up is Friday, May 21 from 10-4PM in the lobby of North College.  All seniors participating in Commencement must show up.  Your card with instructions where you are in the line up on Sunday will be available.  PLEASE PICK UP THE CARD!

YOU MUST BE ON FOSS HILL AT 10:15 AM ON SUNDAY.

What isSENIOR VOICES 2010” AKA THE BACCALAUREATE?

Sunday, May 23, 9- 9:40am Memorial Chapel

Come join and support  Satrio Wicaksono ’10,  Jonna Humphries ’10, and Rebecca Lee ’10 and the class of 2010 as they reflect, share and recap some of their unique and transformative moments from their years at Wesleyan. You don’t want to miss this. All are welcome.

In addition, Prof. Demetrius Eudell, Associate Professor of History will address the Senior class.

Sponsored by ORSL: The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life

Don’t to forgot to complete your Senior Survey. This survey is your opportunity to let people know what works well at Wesleyan and what needs improvement. Don’t let someone else speak for you — please participate. Be on the lookout for an email containing you unique survey URL (or search your email for a previous message inviting you to complete the survey).

Thanks,
Michael Whitcomb, Director of Institutional Research

Waste Not is Wesleyan’s student-organized collection of unwanted items at the end of the Spring semester. Don’t throw away your stuff at the end of the year, give it a new home!

In the fall 2010, we’ll have a huge tag sale in an effort to keep our stuff in circulation and out of the dumpster. Money from the sale and leftover items will go to charity.

For senior woodframes: to let us know when your items are ready to donate to Waste Not, just put an official Waste Not hanger on your door. We will be distributing the hangers with all the necessary information about Waste Not. If you would like to bring your items to the drop off location yourself (THIS HELPS ALOT!) feel free to do so at the former AME Zion church across from the Freeman Athletic Center anytime between 10am and 4pm from May 16th-May 24th. If you are unable to come during those times, just call us to schedule another drop off time:

Jannie Trelogan
Cella Jones
or e-mail wesustainability@wesleyan.edu

Hope you can participate!
Things you can donate:

clothing
dorm furniture
chests of drawers
shelves
refrigerators
microwaves
rugs
lamps
electronics
printers
alarm clocks
phones
textbooks
course packs
books for classes
other books
posters
dorm decorations in general
bedding
dishes/kitchen ware
hangers
mirrors
food (will be donated upon collection in the Spring)
cleaning supplies
laundry detergent (also will be donated)
brooms
household chemicals

**Last year, half of the proceeds from the tag sale went to Amazing Grace (the food pantry at St. Vincent DePaul Place, website found here: http://www.stvincentdepaulplace.org/) and the other half went to the CT River Watch Program’s CT Coastal Conservation District (more info found here: http://www.conservect.org/ctrivercoastal/

In order to prevent a hold on your diploma, be sure that your Student Account balance is paid in full by May 20th.  All accounts will be adjusted daily for both charges and credits received. To check on your account status daily log into your portfolio and click on “Student Account” under “Financial Information” Payment can be made by e-check through the E-Bill link in your portfolio, or by cash or check in person at the Student Accounts Office.

The Circulation Department reminds you that all library items need to be returned to the library before May 15, 2010.

Please be advised that during the week of May 17, 2010, the library will process bills to Student Accounts for any items still charged out to your account. If an item is lost or not returned, there will be a replacement fee of $85.00 per item, or a charge for the actual cost of the item if greater

The library reserves the right to charge a non-refundable processing fee of $35.00 per item for items returned damaged.

The Circulation Department will send a credit to Student Accounts for items returned after billing.

You can check your account to see what items are currently checked out to you. Please go to “My Account” from the “Wesleyan Library Catalog,”

http://ctwweb.wesleyan.edu:7003/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&PAGE=First

If you have any questions about your account, please contact our Circulation supervisors, Dianne Kelly or Randy Wilson at x. 3967 or  e-mail circ@wesleyan.edu.

Thank you for returning library items before May 15, 2010.

Congratulations on your forthcoming graduation and best wishes in your future endeavors.

Did you miss the session on health insurance post-Wesleyan?

Take a look at these sites:

Information about short term medical insurance:
http://www.wesleyan.edu/healthservices/geninfo/insuranceseniors.html

Information on the 2014 health insurance exchange: http://healthinsurance.about.com/od/healthinsurancebasics/a/health_insurance_selection_factors.htm

YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO A

WINE & CHEESE SENIOR RECEPTION

 

IN YOUR HONOR

MONDAY, MAY 3

4:30 – 5:30 p.m.

Woodhead Lounge

Come and toast our seniors &

A Roadside Girls’ Song for the Seniors at 5 p.m.!

Hosted by Dean Marina J. Melendez

(Seniors must have WESID)

YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO A

WINE & CHEESE SENIOR RECEPTION

IN YOUR HONOR

THURSDAY, APRIL 29

4:30 – 5:30 p.m.

The McKelvey Room, Office of Admissions

Come and toast our seniors &

A Roadside Girls’ Song for the Seniors at 5 p.m.!

Hosted by Dean Marina J. Melendez

(Seniors must have WESID)

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