Founded in 1836, Wesleyan College is known as one of the finest liberal arts colleges in the United States and has always been known for its academic excellence. The college is located in Macon, Georgia, USA, formerly known as Georgia Women's College, and is one of the earliest women's colleges in the world. The famous "Three Soong Sisters" in China: Soong Ailing, Soong Ching Ling and Soong Meiling all studied in this school.
According to the 7th annual report of "National College Student Participation in the United States", Wesleyan College is in the five evaluations in the United States, including "active cooperative learning level, rich teaching experience, academic challenge, teacher-student interaction, and campus environment support". It outperforms the top 10% of universities with its advantages. In addition, the college has been ranked among the top 10 best private universities by the Princeton Review, together with Harvard University, Yale University, and Princeton University.
Wesleyan College advocates Liberal Arts (liberal arts education), adheres to the concept of elite education, and pursues the principles of talent training for female education, pursuit of excellence, integrity, and service to the world.