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Textbook Return

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All textbooks must be shipped back to eCampus no later than Tuesday, May 19th. Due to Covid-19 safety precautions, all students are asked to mail their textbooks to eCampus directly. 

Textbooks for summer classes need to be delivered to your residence. You will need to update your mailing address with eCampus.

Directions for generating a shipping label or updating your address: Textbook FAQ

Wesleyan Alert - COVID-19 Response

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Beginning March 23 all undergraduate and graduate courses will be taught remotely using Canvas and other modes of communication. Each instructor will contact her or his class to make the transition as smooth as possible. To learn more about what that means, please visit the website where you will find important FAQs and the newest update from President Fowler.

Accessing online books

Visit bookshelf.vitalsource.com to access free ebooks through May 25.

Before you get started, we encourage you to review this student FAQTo access free materials, you must use your wesleyancollege.edu email address to create an account.

  • College Consortium Wesleyan College offers students a variety of online courses through the College Consortium, a network of accredited colleges and universities that share online course offerings. Consortium courses provide you an opportunity to get ahead in coursework or to repeat a course to improve your grade point average. A College Consortium course will affect your grade-point average just like a Wesleyan College course.
     
    Besides standard tuition and Wesleyan fees, there are no additional charges for summer classes completed through the College Consortium. Full-Time Day program students will be charged a course fee in Fall and Spring semesters. You may use Wesleyan College financial aid. Required textbooks are not provided and must be purchased on your own. Contact registrar@wesleyancollege.edu for questions regarding a consortium class.
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Welcome to the Wesleyan ALERT service. This service provides alert messages to your cell phone if you create an account above. The alert messages provide information in the event of a weather closing, tornado warning, or campus emergency. This ALERT service will only be used in the case of an emergency. By creating a new user account you can add your cell phone and agree to be responsible for any text messaging fees charged by your cell phone carrier. You can create an account by clicking the New User button above or modify an existing account by using the User Login button.