College News

An architectural rendering of the T.T. and W.F. Chao Foundation Innovation Hub
Fall 2018
The Science Center’s new addition will be sustainable, filled with light, and intuitive to navigate. It will promote collaboration across disciplines and have appropriately sized classrooms, more communal spaces, and better access and views to the surrounding landscape.More
President
Fall 2018
The historic success of the College’s comprehensive campaign has much to tell us about ourselves as a College, a community, and about what we must do next, as a leader in educating and empowering women.More
Two hands form a W.
Fall 2018
In honor of the campaign’s successful completion earlier this year, having exceeded its $500 million goal a year early, I offer you my own version of This Is the Place .More
A photo portrait of Nhia Solari '19
Fall 2018
In July, the College’s comprehensive campaign dedicated to the Wellesley Effect surpassed its ambitious $500 million goal, the largest ever set by a women’s college, concluding a full year ahead of schedule. Meet five members of the community who are already benefiting from that success.More
The gold oak leaf pin given to recipients of the Alumnae Achievement Award
The 2018 recipients of the Alumnae Achievement Awards, Wellesley’s highest honor, are Camara Jones ’76 and Nergis Mavalvala ’90.More
Summer 2018
2018 Alumnae Association eventsMore
A photo of Rachael Coombes and Tony DiPesa of Library and Technology Services
Summer 2018
The 2018 Faculty-Staff Service Award went to Rachael Coombes and Tony DiPesa, both of LTS, who developed an alumnae data visualization system called WENDY.More
Summer 2018
The Wellesley College Alumnae Association Board welcomes four new members.More
An image of the Wellesley "W" logo
Summer 2018
Given annually at reunion by the WCAA, the Syrena Stackpole Award honors dedicated service and exceptional commitment to Wellesley.More
A photo of the gold oak-leaf pin presented to Achievement Award Winners, wrapped in a 2018 banner.
Summer 2018
Wellesley’s highest honor is given annually to graduates of distinction, who through their achievements have brought honor to themselves and the College.More