Welcome to the Wellesley College Alumnae Association!
One of the best parts about attending Wellesley is becoming a Wellesley alum. You are among a strong and supportive community found around the world and accessible from everywhere. The shared experience of being at Wellesley puts you in wonderful company that transcends class year. Continue to grow your relationship with the College and each other through the many opportunities within the Wellesley College Alumnae Association.
On December 3, join President Paula A. Johnson for a conversation with the 2020 Alumnae Achievement Award recipients—Joan Wallace-Benjamin ’75, nonprofit leader and children’s advocate; M. Darby Dyar ’80, planetary geologist and educator; and Kimberly Dozier ’87, journalist and author—as they reflect on their careers, what they wish they’d known as students, and what inspires them now. A Q&A with the audience will follow.
When: Tuesday, December 8th, 10:30am-11:30am EST
Where: Virtual Program - Zoom Webinar
Cost: Free of charge, reservation required
Reservations: Click here
Advance Book Orders (through Wellesley Books): Click here
More information about Authors on Stage: Click here
Authors on Stage will return for its 40th year with a virtual program. Three engaging authors will present their 2020 books, with Lia Hunt Zylstra moderating. Signed books will be available for purchase.
WCAB Winter Recipe Share
Remember Peppermint Stick Pie? Do you have a favorite wintertime dessert?
Share your recipes with fellow alums! Submit yours today (and include a photo if you’d like) and we will compile them and distribute a booklet of alum favorites in the New Year!
Wellesley’s highest accolade is given annually to graduates of distinction, who through their achievements, have brought honor to themselves and the College.
If you are an alum, from the class of 1995 forward, you can download your unofficial transcript by following this link.
We invite you to explore this site and information about Wellesley College Alumnae Association groups, class activities, local area gatherings, and ways to stay connected virtually.
Across the country, Wellesley alumnae of all ages are helping each other in response to the coronavirus pandemic: They are dropping off groceries and prescriptions, easing the adverse effects of social distancing, and compiling lists of local businesses that offer online orders and curbside pick-up.