The Vassar-Wesleyan Program in Paris is open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors from any accredited American college or university. It is committed to high academic standards and to the furthering of studies of the humanities, social sciences, and sciences in Paris. Students may apply to the program for either one or two semesters and elect to spend one or two semesters of study in the program.
Fall 2023 – Pre-Departure Timeline
3/31 Deadline to submit your General Information and upload your photo (.jpeg) and passport (.pdf) to the database (tabs: General Info and Documents): https://data.vwpp.org/ 4/7 Academic orientation and university selection meeting with Anne Brancky, resident director of VWPP (2023-2024) and Michael Meere, resident director of VWPP (2022-2023). 12pm ET 4/17 Deadline to complete your university request in the database (tab: Univ. reg.): https://data.vwpp.org/ 4/23 Deadline to fill out the housing questionnaire in the database (tab: Housing): https://data.vwpp.org/ 4/24-28 Housing pre-departure meetings with Hannah Gersten, assistant director of VWPP. On campus @ Vassar College and Wesleyan University. 4/30 Housing questionnaire is closed for changes. 5/1 You will be sent your university assignment. 5/15 Descriptions of the writing intensive courses and seminars offered at Reid Hall will be available. 5/29 Deadline for pre-registering for Reid Hall courses in the database (tab: Courses): https://data.vwpp.org/ 6/2 Logistics Orientation for Paris with Anne Brancky, Michael Meere, and Sophie Kolesnikov. 10am ET. 6/9 Indicate which extracurricular activities you would like to enroll in while in Paris. 6/12 If you are not on the group flight, you must send your travel itinerary to email@example.com by this date! 6/16 Deadline to subscribe to a Passe Navigo and to open your WISE account. 8/1 Deadline for uploading your French visa into the VWPP database (tab: Documents): https://data.vwpp.org/