Wesleyan College Reviews

  • 1 Review
  • Macon (GA)
  • Annual Tuition: $23,000
100% of 1 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 1 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

Jordyn Sessoms
  • Reviewed: 1/31/2017
  • Degree: Psychology
  • Graduation Year: 2015
"This private all-female college located in Macon, GA, values and encourages young ladies to challenge themselves, engage in a variety of dialogue and join in the march of women empowerment. In my experience, I appreciated the small environment where I could easily access faculty. The campus itself is very spacious and I never had to drive across town to attend class. Here, I met a variety of young ladies from numerous countries including Nepal, Russia, Japan, China and many more. Wesleyan College's Psychology and Neuroscience departments are top notch in student engagement, faculty involvement and resources. Faculty members ensured not only success, but opportunities for students. By the end of my junior year, I conducted 2 independent research projects, assisted with 3 research projects and received recognition for writing a manuscript for the organization I interned. I appreciated the network opportunities, encouraging learning environment, and support from my fellow colleagues and professors. Although Wesleyan has a great missions, offers variety in student life and has an outstanding program, there are some improvements that could be done. Wesleyan's general labs and resources could use some improvement. Additionally, Wesleyan's housing options are limited and do not offer optimal comfort. Many amenities are outdates and communication with staff is limited. Additionally, the campus seems to keep itself in its own bubble and does not do as much outreach as I would have liked. Overall, I appreciate Wesleyan's academic rigor in the Psychology department, great communication among friends and fellow students, faculty support and appearance. I was very prepared to enter the real world and take on my first career as well as graduate school."