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Wellesley College Alumnae Association

106 Central Street
Green Hall Room 246
Wellesley, MA 02481-8203

781-283-2331 Alumnae Office Front Desk
781-283-3638 Fax

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Online Community
The online community offers you a plethora of services including:

  • quick global search
  • online directory
  • class e-notes
  • discussion boards
  • job postings
  • the W Network (life-experience networking)
  • @alum email forwarding
  • and much more.

Alumnae Associaton Website
The Alumnae Association web site is your doorway into many of the services and programs of the Alumnae Association. We invite you to visit the site often for information about upcoming events, class activities, local area gatherings, and much more.

Reunion
The largest annual event that the WCAA sponsors, reunion brings over 3,000 alumnae and their guests to campus every June. Programs include faculty lectures, campus tours, Stepsinging, the Alumnae Parade, class dinners, and many other activities.

Alumnae Achievement Awards
The College’s highest honor, these awards are given annually to “alumnae of distinction" who through their achievement have brought honor to themselves and to Wellesley College.

Summer Symposium
Summer Symposium offers a unique opportunity for alumnae and guests to take advantage of our annual week-long educational seminar highlighting Wellesley’s most treasured resources; its state-of-the-art facilities and faculty. This topic-driven program helps cultivate new friendships as well as life-long learning experiences.

A Day to Make a Difference
Wellesley students, alumnae, faculty, staff and their families participate in annual community service projects around the US and in different parts of the world.

Alumnae Leadership Council
During this annual weekend program, WCAA volunteer leaders receive training for their positions and discuss the common issues that they face as volunteers. Participants are also provided with current information about Wellesley and new initiatives within the Alumnae Association.

Local Clubs
The WCAA supports over 100 clubs and informal groups around the world, providing alumnae with opportunities to socialize, network and connect to Wellesley in their own neighborhood.

Class Activities
More than 80 classes are active, with officers involved in many programs: planning reunions and mini-reunions; publishing newsletters, directories, and record books; and sponsoring discussion groups and web sites.

Travel Programs
The WCAA travel program provides a portfolio of trips that helps keep alumnae and friends connected. With the guidance of faculty members to supplement the trip with educational lectures and excursions, alumnae have enjoyed trips to such destinations as Umbria and Rome, Jordan, the Galápagos Islands, China, Japan, Tanzania and India.

Wellesley Magazine
Wellesley Magazine is published four times a year, and sent to all alumnae. The magazine contains feature articles on a variety of topics, reviews of books by alumnae and faculty authors, student essays, College and Alumnae Association news, and of course, class notes.

Center for Work and Service
The Center for Work and Service is a resource throughout every stage of your life’s work. Whether you are looking for your first job, making a career transition, or considering graduate school, the CWS can help you. The CWS offers comprehensive services to alumnae, including one-on-one career counseling (in person or by phone), club career events throughout the country, and a vast electronic resource in our web site, vvww.wellesley.edu/CWS.

Alumnae Admission Representative Program
The purpose of the Alumnae Admission Representative (AAR) program is to create a network of dedicated alumnae to help the Admission Office recruit the most talented and diverse students for Wellesley. AARs expand the college's reach and often provide personal contact that could not exist without the program.

For more information on the AAR program, visit the AAR website or contact the Office of Admission at 781-283-2270.

Don't Get Lost!
Make sure to keep the college informed of your new address, employment, and volunteer information.

To update your information, either:

  • Call the update line at 800-339-5233 (for updates only), or
  • Visit the online directory (click here for instructions for updating your information online)