College News

A portrait of AJ Guerrero, Wellesley’s coordinator for LGBTQ+ programs and services, holding her cat
Spring 2021
The Science of Welcome AJ Guerrero, Wellesley’s coordinator for LGBTQ+ programs and services, had big plans for her new job when she arrived on campus in January 2020.More
A photo portrait of Alice Hummer outside Green Hall at Wellesley
Spring 2021
We celebrate Alice Hummer for her 24 years of wise and thoughtful leadership at Wellesley magazine.More
President
Spring 2021
Trust-building is at the heart of some of the most important work we are doing today. Just as our students learn the core skills of scholarship and critical thinking, so they are learning—and honing—the trust-boosting skills of listening and empathy.More
An illustration depicts education symbols including scales, a mortar board, and a handshake.
Spring 2021
Donors from the classes of 2002 to 2017 are helping put Wellesley on the path to earning $1 million from the Schuler Education Foundation, an Illinois-based nonprofit focused on the future of liberal arts education.More
An image of the Wellesley "W" logo
Spring 2021
The election will take place at the annual meeting of the Wellesley College Alumnae Association.More
Kathryn Harvey Mackintosh ’03 poses outside Pendleton West
Spring 2021
As we look toward the post-pandemic future, we have the opportunity to imagine the next phase of the Alumnae Association, to identify the ways alumnae can connect with and support the College now and into the future.More
Two magnets put together so they look kind of like a "W"
Winter 2021
Wellesley’s admission office has looked to innovative new tools to recruit classes at a time when it’s impossible for prospective students to come to campus in person.More
President
Winter 2021
While the past year has brought historic challenges, it has also been a spur to action, calling on Wellesley—and on each of us—to step into our full power.More
A photo of Martha Goldberg Aronson '89
Winter 2021
The Wellesley College Alumnae Association has found new and creative ways to engage during the pandemic.More
President
Fall 2020
It was a Flower Sunday like no other in Wellesley history. No chapel service, no communal song, no rush of spontaneous hugs. Yet, in true Wellesley fashion, we rose to the challenge, keeping this cherished…More