Wesleyan Clears Path for a 3-Year Degree

Writing a guest blog in The Washington Post, Wesleyan President Michael S. Roth discusses how the university has cleared a path for enrolled students to earn a four year degree in just three years. Cautioning that this route to graduation is not for everyone and requires a high degree of discipline and a distinct desire to forgo a fourth year, Roth says the three-year degree program does offer significant savings to students and their families, and could increase overall access to Wesleyan for more students.