Checking In – 6/17

Dear members of the class of 2021,

I hope this message finds you and your families healthy and doing well. I’m also writing to offer clarity as I’ve received a few inquiries about the fall intention form. Please know your responses are not binding; they will be used to get a sense of students’ tentative plans in order to help the university determine next steps.

Also, if you are an F-1 visa holder and have questions about how to proceed, please take a look at the following resource from OISA:
http://classof2021.blogs-staging.wesleyan.edu/2020/06/17/information-sessions-for-f-1-visa-holders-fall-2020-semester-6-18/

More information from the university is forthcoming next month, but do not hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns in the interim.

Take gentle care,
Dean Leathers

Information Sessions for F-1 Visa Holders (Fall 2020 Semester) – 6/18

The Office of International Student Affairs (OISA) is offering another zoom information session to address questions that F-1 visa holders have about enrollment at Wesleyan for the Fall 2020 semester.

Please submit all your questions here. *One question per submission.* You can submit as many times as you wish. The questions submitted will be answered in one of the Zoom sessions below.

Thursday, June 18, 3:30-4:30 pm EDT
Planning for your Fall Semester (for returning International Students)

 

 

Wesleyan Alumni Panel: Healthcare Crisis: Facing the Many Aspects of the COVID Pandemic – 6/10

Good Afternoon Everyone!

I hope all of you and your families are doing well. I am writing to share information about an alumni panel event regarding the current healthcare crisis being hosted via Zoom on Wednesday evening (June 10th). Experienced Wesleyan alumni will discuss the wide-ranging impacts the pandemic has had on healthcare delivery, from hospital systems to Telemedicine, to the effects on private practices and ‘non-essential’ care, the impact on at-risk populations managing psychiatric and/or addictive disorders, and the ethical considerations of resources allocations.

The discussion will be moderated by our very own Chief Medical Director, Thomas McLarney, MD, and is open to all members of the Wesleyan community.

If you’re interested in joining us, register here. Feel free to share this event via email or Facebook with your students and colleagues as you see fit.

Take care,

MILDRED RODRIGUEZ, PhD
HEALTH PROFESSIONS ADVISOR
Wesleyan University | Gordon Career Center
Boger Hall, 41 Wyllys Avenue | Middletown, CT 06459
P. 860 685-2180