This Is The Place
The Campaign for Wellesley
TED Film Highlights MyinTuition
November 25, 2016
We enabled changes that affect and empower our daughters and granddaughters.
Kathryn Pope Olsen ’64
Educating all (women, people of all genders, people of all colors) is good for everyone!
Karen Keller Horn ’79
The beginning of my adulthood
Vivian Hathaway Crouse ’55
The ability to understand concepts and formulate appropriate responses
Carolyn L. Alexander ’50
professors who were excellent academics and compassionate, wonderful community of student
Nadira Sheralam ’85
Wellesley opened my eyes to inequalities I didn't know shaped my world.
Rachel Ingber ’12
Emma Bates ’13
A space designed for me, to strengthen, nurture and develop myself
Katherine H. Page ’69
I've always been extremely happy that I chose Wellesley and Wellesley chose me.
CAROLYN (RUDISILL) WAYT ’80
I admire the fact that Wellesley has enhanced their already sterling value systems which existed way back in 1947 when I was there.
Anne Murdock ’47
Janet Hill ’69
The sky is the limit!
Dina Amin ’95
Kathy Flaherty ’88
The Wellesley effect explains how a biochemistry major becomes a legal aid lawyer.
Students Lead at Girl Up Foundation Leadership Summit in D.C.
October 13, 2015
First-Generation Students Gathered at Wellesley
March 12, 2015
Affordability & Access
Ensuring that the student body of the future fully represents the diversity of the global community.
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