This Is The Place
The Campaign for Wellesley
The older I get, the more I appreciate my Wellesley experience.
Catherine Snider ’88
E.B. Bartels ’10
The Wellesley campus is the only place I have ever felt completely safe as a woman.
New Home for Wellesley Career Education
October 18, 2016
Elizabeth Stevenson Haefliger ’93
Wellesley is life-long friendships, learning, and doing.
Wellesley means a phenomenal liberal arts education and a wonderful life long motto.
Barbara Elliott O'Hara Tagg ’57
H. Betsy Bolln Munzer ’62
Wellesley improved the rest of my life
Adrienne Britt Edwards ’57
A lifelong confidence in evaluating opinions/actions sans the gender filter.
Patricia Hortense Murphy ’61
Finding A Voice
Kathleen Hastings Laterzo DS ’84
Pamela Price ’66
Having gone to Wellesley gave me confidence in tackling challenges in my life and career.
Meredith S Sorensen ’01
Running around Lake Waban in the pre-dawn grey.
Betty M. Ng ’95
A Nurturing Environment with Beauty and Intellectual Rigor
Harriet Feinberg Segal ’53
Wellesley made me a more worldly person and gave me my closest friends.
Patti Kelly McLaughlin ’87
The Wellesley effect in my life: confidence
Lindsay Schmidt Beard ’99
There is no place quite like the Wellesley campus.
Wellesley is and has been a core part of my self-identity.
Joan P. Bliss ’63
Barbara Baumberger Crane ’70
Wellesley is an institution that continues to innovate and improve while retaining the special features.
I have always felt proud to be a Wellesley graduate.
Jennifer Steinmetz ’87
I loved the College when I applied and have only loved it more since.
Julia Louise Roper ’83
Wellesley has been in my blood since the first time I spied that swimming pool!
Ruth Lyons Hickcox ’48
Megan Turchi ’13
The Wellesley Effect means coming back to campus and feeling like you never left.
Wellesley questions innate boundaries and opens new possibilities.
Barbara Moses ’56
New Initiatives Shrink the College’s Environmental Footprint
April 22, 2015
A Sense of Place
Refreshing the spaces in which we work and live—the physical embodiment of the Wellesley experience.
The Wellesley Voices
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