Languages Represented on Campus

Language Proficiency Database

Wesleyan’s Language Proficiency Database is free and available to the entire Wesleyan campus. The Language Proficiency Database contains information about the 80+ languages other than English represented on campus with varying degrees of proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing.
Please contact the FCGS (fcgs@macrimeanalysts.com) about the database if you want to:
  • receive information about services designed for non-native speakers of English
  • create a community of speakers of a particular language
  • act as a language conversation partner (paid and volunteer)

Registered Speakers on Campus

*Language groups on campus:

  • Indonesian speakers include Filipino, Bahasa Javanese, Banjar, Hiligaynon, Tagalog, Malay, and Bugis.
  • Indo-Aryan speakers include Punjabi, Gujarati, Konkani, Nepali, and Bengali.
  • Dravidian speakers include Kannada, Tamil, and Telugu.
  • Bantu speakers include Swahili, Rundi, Ganda, Zulu.
  • Serbian speakers include Albanian, Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Macedonian, and Ukrainian.
  • Niger-Congo speakers include Akan, Ewe, Mandinka, Moore, Twi, and Yoruba.

This data is last updated in January 2020.