Wesleyan to Host Inaugural ‘WSJ on Campus’ Webcast Dec. 2

WSJWesleyan University will be hosting an interactive panel on admissions that will be webcast live and co-produced by Unigo and The Wall Street Journal through their partnership WSJ on Campus at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 2, in the Usdan University Center’s Daniel Family Commons.

The panel will feature the chief admissions officers from Wesleyan University, Princeton University, the University of Pennsylvania, Williams College, Bryn Mawr College, Marquette University, Grinnell College, and the University of Vermont. They will discuss trends and current issues in admissions. The event will also feature interactive participation from viewers on the web, as well as those in attendance at the event.

The webcast is the first in a series of informational presentations that will be produced by WSJ On Campus, a new partnership between Unigo and The Wall Street Journal. According to WSJ on Campus, the partnership is an online resource that brings together the “trusted insight and advice from The Wall Street Journal” with Unigo’s renowned “on campus student perspectives.”

Unigo was created by Jordan Goldman ’04, who also is the company’s CEO. The WSJ on Campus partnership with The Wall Street Journal was finalized earlier this fall. Goldman says that the site provides a multi-layered, diverse resource and information center for college bound-students and their parents.

Live attendance at the event will be limited. Wesleyan will post a link to the event on the homepage once it is available.