In 1836, Wesleyan College was the first college in the world chartered to grant degrees to women. Since that time, we've sent scores of women out in to the world, to do some pretty amazing things. That includes the first woman to receive a Doctor of Medicine degree and the first woman to argue a case before the Georgia Supreme Court. At Wesleyan, First for Women isn't just a claim to fame -- it's a philosophy that separates our learning community from all others. We're anchored in tradition and guided by an innovative spirit. Though we look back fondly on what we've achieved, we also look forward – to changing the way women are educated in the next century. Just when it seems we couldn’t possibly accomplish more, our “first for women” list keeps on growing.
As one of the
nation’s most affordable selective colleges, Wesleyan offers a strong
merit scholarship program as well as a comprehensive financial aid
program. In part, this commitment to creating financial access for
students and their families has enabled Wesleyan to attract an extremely
talented and diverse student body. Minimum eligibility requirements are
listed below for Wesleyan’s academic scholarships and leadership
awards. There are a limited number of scholarships. Simply satisfying
these requirements does not guarantee a student will receive a given
scholarship. Upon review of applicants’ admission credentials, the
Scholarship Committee may choose to invite students who have not fully
satisfied the stated eligibility requirements.
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