Wells academic offices are made up of experienced professionals that are here to help. Take your education outside the classroom, experience potential careers first-hand, get help kick-starting an original research project, and get advice on which courses will help you get to where you want to be. Read more about information related to:
Granted annually to dedicated, proficient, and successful students, these awards recognize academic excellence and community spirit in all disciplines.
See a listing of important dates and information about campus break periods throughout the year.
academic and Career advising
Learn more about getting guidance as you choose your academic path at Wells and finding the right work-study experience on campus, as well as assistance in preparing for your career after college, and augmenting your classroom work with appropriate and informative internships.
The Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) at Wells College is designed with a focus on preparing students for programs leading to licensure in the health professions, careers in Science Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
PHI BETA KAPPA
Wells' chapter of the nation's oldest and most distinguished academic honors society includes generations of influential scholars. Phi Beta Kappa faculty sponsor an annual guest speaker and book award in addition to other long-standing traditions.
TRiO Student Support Services
Funded by the U.S. government, TRiO serves first-generation students, individuals with disabilities, and students from disadvantaged backgrounds. The office provides free resources to eligible students, such as study-skills training, financial literacy, mentoring and advocacy, and preparation for applying to graduate school.
WELLS' LEARNING COMMONS
Situated in the center of campus, the Hagedorn Learning Commons provides a combination of in-person assistance and technological resources to help you improve your academic performance and boost your learning skills.
Wells provides many opportunities to translate your classroom learning into practical research and projects. Get a head start on professional practices in your field, no matter what you're studying.