Biology and art major Natalie Flemming '18 combines her passions for the lab and the studio to explore the beauty and complexity of creation.
Life on campus doesn't slow down just because the sun goes down.
We invite you to join our community in reading and discussing the novel Silence by Shusaku Endo, the core book in Wheaton's general education program, Christ at the Core.
From #daywithlecrae to President Ryken's surprise birthday party, here are the highlights from 2016.
Photos from the last year taken by Paul Vermeesch '18 offer compelling, artful glimpses into one student's experience at Wheaton.
Concert Choir's visit to a Chicago high school for a shared musical experience was an opportunity to bless and be blessed.
We asked students to capture what service at Wheaton means to them.
A liberal arts education from Wheaton will not only teach you to think well, but prepare you to live well in service of Christ and his kingdom.
The Graduate Psychology Department has big news to share.
Incoming and current students, here is quick access to frequently-used links.
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From supporting their students to praying for the College, Wheaton families play a vital role in the life of the institution. Parents and families, you can find frequently-accessed resources and links here.
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Visit the Alumni website to find classmates, update your information, register for events, and more.
From lectures and exhibits to children's music lessons and sports camps, find what Wheaton has to offer you and your family.
Here is quick access to frequently-used links.
Transfer students have until March 1st to submit admission applications. We welcome 60 transfers each fall!
February 24 | Join our Artist Series as John Nelson conducts Wheaton's choirs and orchestra in works by Bach and Mendelssohn in Edman Chapel.
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