The Playlist: A continuing series of noble but incomplete attempts to capture the immensity of all that is Wellesley

Check out our short (two-minute!) films. ​Begin anywhere; enjoy the journey.

New! Class Visits - a glimpse into academic life at Wellesley

Class Visit (Shakespeare): 
A global icon,
Class Visit (Neuroscience): 
The brain is an
undiscovered country
Class Visit (Art History): 
The world looks different

A quick intro

Four years later...

Money and much more...

Play: A sort of overture Last Day (Almost):
Four "First Day" students,
four years later (See First
Day below)
The Truth about Money: 
A simple (and hopeful!)
message from a few smart
My inTuition: 
An animated welcome to
Wellesley's quick college 
cost estimator


Mina & Marianna: Let's stick together

Paige & Gabi (and Fabi): One plus one equals three

Maria & Samantha: The years after the Wellesley years

Sarah & Anne: We're not in Kansas (really!) anymore


First Day
First Day: The Start of Something Big Orgs Fair: You can sign up right here, absolutely First Year Seminar: It's different in college First Dorm: Beebe: Home is where you brush your teeth and talk for hours


Good Work (and<br />
You Can Get It): Passport Work It
The Takeaway: The Tanner Conference: Expect to be amazed Good Work (and You Can Get It): The mighty Center for Work & Service Passport: Around the world in 120 seconds Work It: Good work in the wide world

Culture & Recreation

Prelude: All that matters is the music in front of you Get After It: We shoot! We score! Mamaland: Move like this Practice: Yes, we are talking about practice

Academics & Faculty

Offic Hours Nano Two or Three Things I Know About Her Nano
Office Hours: Six professors walk into a tiny video Nano: The most attractive (wait—it's a pun) research lab 2 or 3 Things I Know about Her: New wave in filmmaking Nano: (American Chemical Society remix)

Our Vibrant Community

I Got You Boston Nonstop DJ
I Got You: We've got your back City Song: Boston and Cambridge, beyond words Nonstop: Because "Social Life" sounded a wee bit dry We want the airwaves: Music is power