Alumnae Weekend

Once Upon A Time:
Sharing Stories in Authentic Voices

Alumnae Weekend 2024:
April 19, 20, and 21

More sisters. More memories. More fun!

Return to campus in April and renew friendships, relive memories, and celebrate sisterhood moments all over again! 
- Mary Kathryn Borland ’04, Alumnae Weekend Chair


Friday, April 19

Early Registration for the Class of 1974 and classes before 1974. The Loggia. Enjoy Lemonade on the Lawn in front of Candler.


Golden Belles Luncheon honoring the Class of 1974 and classes before 1974. Ticket required. Oval Hall, Candler Alumnae Center. 


Willet Library Open House. Tour the library and renovated 3rd floor Archives with College Archivist Virginia Blake and Library Director Kristi Peavy.


A Conversation with the President. Visit with President Meaghan Blight.
Benson Room, Candler Alumnae Center. 


Registration. The Loggia. 


“Hard Hat” Tour of Banks Dorm. Take a sneak peek at renovations in Banks Hall (Opening in Fall 2024) and tour the dorm with President Blight.


Remember Dorm Life? Check out renovations in Hightower and visit the model dorm room in Hightower 108. Meet at main front porch door. Wesleyan Ambassador led.


Live & On Stage: A Celebration Concert. Alumnae performers, music faculty, and students. Porter Auditorium. (Live-streamed). 


The Presidents’ Party. Ticket required. Hosted by Alumnae Association President Jan Lawrence ’80 and Past Presidents of the WCAA in honor of President Meaghan Blight. Anderson Dining Hall, Olive Swann Porter Building. Heavy hors d’oeuvres, wine, beer, music, 360 photo booth, etc.


Scheduled Reunion Class Parties.

Saturday, April 20

Late Registration. Limited seating available for food events. The Loggia.


Reunion Year Class Meetings. Assigned areas. NON-REUNION year class alumnae meet on the Quad under the tents. Class Photos will be taken only during class meetings.


Seniors and Candlelighters Assemble. Benson Room, Candler Alumnae Center.


Alumnae Assemble for Parade of Classes. NON-REUNION year classes are welcome to line up behind reunion year classes and join the Parade. Tate Quadrangle.


Wesleyan Alumnae Association Annual Meeting. Porter Auditorium. (Live-streamed)


Sisterhood Luncheon. Ticket required. Anderson Dining Hall. 


Visit Wesleyan’s Downtown Leadership Lab (522 Cherry Street). Check out the College’s new space that marks Wesleyan’s return to downtown Macon. Meet at The Loggia to hop on the trolley/bus or drive on your own to downtown Macon.


A Conversation with the President. Visit with President Meaghan Blight. Wesleyan Leadership Lab. Downtown Macon (522 Cherry Street). Transportation from The Loggia.


Springtime in the Arboretum. Visit Anderson Cabin and explore nature trails with Arboretum Director Jim Ferrari, Ph.D. Learn about the many birds, trees, and flowers that call the Arboretum home. Bring walking shoes! Depart from Mathews Athletic Center. Outside restrooms available. Shuttle from Loggia to Mathews. 


Horsin’ Around Happy Hour. Ticket required. Enjoy beer, wine, music, photo booth, food & fun with your Wesleyan sisters and current students. Nancy Ellis Knox Equestrian Center. Transportation available from The Loggia to Mathews Athletic Center. Parking lot available. Wear comfortable shoes. Rain Location: Anderson Dining Hall.


Scheduled Reunion Class Parties.

Sunday, April 21

Continental Breakfast. Ticket required. Corn Center (Ground Floor), Pierce Chapel.


Morning Watch. Worship Service for all classes. Led by the Class of 1974. Pierce Chapel.

Additional Events and Information
Art Exhibits

Open Friday, 1-4pm and Saturday 1-4pm.

  • Cowles Myles Collier East Gallery (Porter Family Memorial Fine Arts Bldg): Senior Art Show. 
  • McCrary Gallery (Murphey Art Building): Works by Painting and Drawing Fellow, Yurie Hayashi.
  • Downtown Leadership Lab Gallery ( 522 Cherry Street): Collaborative student Writing for Equity Photo Art Exhibit.
Black Box/Studio Theatre

Thursday and Friday. 7:30 p.m. Student-directed short plays/scenes from the works of British playwright Alice Birch. Ground Floor, Porter Family Memorial Auditorium.

BSA Black Student/Alumnae Meet-Up

Saturday, 4-5pm, 2nd Floor Terrace, Munroe Science Center. Enjoy networking with sisters and current BSA and PAPS students. For more information and to RSVP contact Najah Webb ’13 at or Doneshia Starling ’06 at

Campus Store Hours:

Friday & Saturday, 10am-6pm.

Early Bird Back to College

Friday. Come in early to “sit in” on real-time classes with students:

  • Drugs and Behavior (9-9:50am, Munroe 104, Jim Rowen, Ph.D.)
  • Survey of British Literature (10-10:50am, Tate 214, Regina Oost, Ph.D.)
  • Perspectives on World Literature (11-11:50am, Tate 222, Joseph Lease, Ph.D.).
Reception for Benson and Society Members

By invitation only. Friday, 4:30-5:30pm. Burden Parlor, Olive Swann Porter Building. President Blight will toast alumnae who have given $1,000 or more to Wesleyan during this fiscal year and/or have included Wesleyan in their estate plans. Questions? Contact the Advancement Office at (478) 757-5170.

Just for Guests

Stop by the Visit Macon Mobile Visitors Center on front campus for brochures of places to visit in Macon. Friday and Saturday

  • Saturday, April 20 at 10am. Meet at Georgia Sports Hall of Fame, the largest state sports hall of fame in the U.S., located in downtown Macon, and enjoy a free tour. At 11am enjoy the free Visit Macon Bus Tour of the City, where you can view the sites that helped create Macon - from architectural masterpieces to the places that inspired musical legends, this one-hour journey through the heart of Georgia is a can’t miss opportunity. (Limited Bus Seating.) Optional lunch afterwards. Contact (478) 757-5173 for details.

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