Wesleyan University is located in Middleton, Connecticut, United States. It was founded in the year 1831 by Methodist leaders and the well-known residents of Middleton. Initially, the university was an all-male Methodist College. The campus spreads over a sprawling area of more than 350 acres. Wesleyan university offers degrees and certificate programs in various areas of study including environmental studies, astronomy, liberal studies, mathematics, and computer science.
Students of Wesleyan University participate in a wide variety of sports such as field hockey, lacrosse, softball, football, soccer, basketball, dodgeball, and baseball. The university houses several fraternities including Delta Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Delta Phi, Delta Sigma Theta, Beta Theta Pi, and Alpha Kappa Alpha. The college's alumni include Lindsay Weber, actress; Stephen Alter, author of fiction and non-fiction books; and Harold Marks, British educator.
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