Wesleyan College - Birthplace of the first sororities

The Wesleyan College Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The school has sororities uses a class system, was chartered on December as the 23 1836 Georgia. The college shortened to the present name Wesleyan College. Wesleyan College is the birthplace of the first sororities, has an undergraduate student population, was Named among the best 361 Colleges. The classes are the Green Knights, the Purple Knights, is paired with another the Green Knights. The campus has residential 5 halls, Banks Hall, features in the 6. Wesleyan boasts the Nu Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi, was the birthplace of the oldest, national two sororities, competes in the USA South Athletic Conference of NCAA Division III. Porter Auditorium was the home of the Macon Symphony Orchestra.

Birthplace of the first sororities, Birthplace of the oldest, national two sororities