The Wesleyan Plan

At VWC, students benefit from what we like to call The Wesleyan Plan. 

There are 168 hours per week in a student’s life. Allowing for fifty-six hours a week devoted to sleeping, there are abundant opportunities for filling the remaining 112 hours per week —in the classroom, on the athletic field or court, performing service learning, taking part in Greek life, or enjoying co-curricular programs. The advantage of a small, residential campus is the range of choices for study and recreation that make the undergraduate experience truly special and memorable. The Wesleyan Plan is not just about learning in the classroom, but learning to live beyond the academic halls. It includes internships, student research, international experiences, and service learning.

All contribute to a comprehensive experience, preparing students for leadership beyond their years on campus.