arrive curious
graduate prepared.
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Alumnae and Alumni Stay Connected.
Alums remain connected to the College long after graduation, and provide essential support year after year to keep Wells strong. The Office of Alumnae and Alumni Relations keeps classmates in touch with each other and the campus community.
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Wells Adds Business Major
We're excited to announce a new program in business that will provide students with a focused education to become responsible and skillful business managers or entrepreneurs after graduation.
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Thinking about Wells?
Our admissions office would be happy to send you a packet of information about our programs, additional academic opportunities, and campus life.
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Graduate Prepared.
A Wells education provides an excellent foundation for your entire career—not just your first job out of college. And with your curiosity and drive leading the way, we are serious about preparing you for the waiting world. When you graduate, you’ll head into the waiting world with confidence in your skills and abilities.
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"Honoring Traditions Builds Necessary Bonds."
Traditions are an important, beloved, and fun part of the Wells experience. Read more about what President Gibralter has to say about the importance of such unifying and timeless collegiate traditions.
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Picture Yourself at Wells.
A close, supportive campus community; professors who know your name and interests as they teach you; opportunities to get involved in campus life at every level—all on the beautiful shores of Cayuga Lake.
Janet Murphy '90, a teacher at A.J. Smith Elementary School in Union Springs, will travel to remote Russia through a cultural exchange program.
The Wells College Association of Alumnae and Alumni is honoring Rosaly for her life’s work as an organic farmer.
Explore the art and science of business. Get a handle on the realities of personal finance. Manage a college coffee house or intern on Wall Street. Connect with opportunities on campus and beyond.
Study abroad with Wells' flagship program in Florence, Italy, or any of our 17 affiliated programs with institutions around the globe, including the School for Field Studies, with sites in seven countries.
What's happening on campus
Sunday, February 14, 2016

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February 15, 2016

Stephen Armstrong'16 and Holli Erkson '16 will discuss the AASHE application process and their experience presenting their project "Lights Out" on this national stage.

February 16, 2016

Your loose change could make a difference in this competition between the Evens (Class of 2016 and 2018) of the Odds (class of 2017 and 2019) to support Alternative Spring Break!

February 17, 2016

Be sure to show your spirit and pride by wearing red or Wells gear =)

February 19, 2016

Welcome back to campus! Here are The Grind's open hours for the spring semester.

Colin earned his master's in atmospheric science from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. He'll give a talk titled "Weather, Forecasting, and the Boundary Layer."

Join Red Cross Club as they host their semesterly blood drive! Donate and save a life!

News & updates
dean's list
The Dean’s List consists of students who earn at least a 3.5 grade point average for at least 12 hours of coursework in a given semester.
Rosaly Swann Bass with a truck full of vegetables
The WCA Award will be presented during Reunion 2016 in June.
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The awards were given along with recognitions for milestone years of service at the College's annual Employee Recognition Breakfast.
students in business center classroom
The new program will provide students with a focused education to become responsible and skillful business managers or entrepreneurs after graduation.
craig evans portrait
Dr. Evans comes to Wells from fundraising directorships at Ithaca College, Syracuse University, and the Foundation for Orange County Public Schools.
featured Events
Bonita Springs Luncheon
You and a guest are cordially invited to join President Jonathan Gibralter at a special luncheon. 
Wednesday, February 17,...
Susan Allen-Gil
The professor will hold a discussion of unregulated pharmaceuticals and consumer products affecting the Cayuga Lake watershed.
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The Arts and Lecture Series presents this performance of four-time Pulitzer Prize-winner and Nobel laureate Eugene O’Neill's acclaimed play.
student art pieces
Work by Wells College art students will be on display in the String Room Gallery.
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The author of "Songs & Yes" and "Manhattations" will hold a public reading and discussion.
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Wells College promises a relevant liberal arts and sciences education. Intellectually challenging. Reinterpreted for today. Classroom teaching combined with hands-on learning. Wells graduates enter the world prepared for successful futures.

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