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Giving Tuesday - Tuesday, December 1. This is a worldwide philanthropic effort now in its fourth year. More than 30,000 not-for-profit organizations have participated so far. Wesleyan is proud to become a part of this worldwide phenomenon. The amount of a gift on Giving Tuesday is not important. Gifts of even five dollars go a long way toward demonstrating broad support for our college. This initiative is about the number of individuals investing in what we do, and not total dollars invested. The Advancement staff will be available in Administration Building, offices 105 and 106, if you would like to write a check or make a cash gift. You may also visit to make a secure gift online.

Student Art Exhibition - On display at the Kolok Ralph Center Gallery through Saturday, December 12. Gallery hours are Monday-Friday from 8:00am-6:00pm. Free to the public. Contact: for information.

Wesleyan After 5 is a free student event on Thursday, December 3 from 5:00-7:00pm in the Ralph Center. Sponsored by the Art Club and Parnassus. Karaoke, art for sale, popcorn, photobooth, henna tats, caricatures and MORE! Contact: or

Festival of Lessons & Carols - The Wesleyan Choirs will present The Festival of Lessons & Carols on Thursday & Friday, December 3 & 4 at 7:30pm at St. Stephen Cathedral. Reservations are $10 for adults and $5 for students and seniors, and may be made by calling the Academic Dean's office at 270-852-3117. This is a wonderful way to begin the Christmas season and one of the highlights of the year!

"Wesleyan 1st " - If you are a first generation college student (your parents do not have a college degree), then you are in good company here at Kentucky Wesleyan. At least a third of our students and over thirty faculty and staff are first generation. Being first generation comes with unique challenges as you navigate the college experience. Check you email for a list of those faculty and staff. Feel free to stop by any of these offices on campus and talk to people who have been in your shoes! They will also have a "Wesleyan 1st" sign on their door.