Can parents have access to their son or daughter's grades or other information online?
Yes, via a new application called Banner Proxy. Banner Proxy allows students to authorize parent access to specific academic, student account and/or financial aid information. The student completes the Banner Proxy information in their my.wheaton,edu portal and the parent is sent an e-mail with information on how to set-up their own log-in information to view what has been authorized by the student. Current Wheaton students have been sent an email detailing how to set up access (a two-minute process).
Click here for detailed parent instructions (PDF).
Students: Click here for instructions on how to set up Proxy Access for your parents (PDF).
Where can I get more information about Degree Works?
Please read the Degree Works FAQs (PDF) first. For additional questions, contact the Registrar's Office at email@example.com
Where can I find information about Wheaton College enrollment statistics?
How can I obtain a transcript of my work at Wheaton?
How can I register for classes?
Continuing students can register online using their Banner self-service account during designated pre-registration periods and over the summer. Students can continue to drop/add classes online through the first two weeks of each semester.
Incoming freshmen and transfers will register over the summer. Detailed registration instructions
are mailed from the Office of Freshman advising at the end of June to all incoming freshmen and from the Associate Registrar to all transfers.
New graduate students may register online or fax their registration statements to 630-752-5245.
Special (non-degree-seeking) students must register in person.
No registration is done over the phone.
How can I get credit for courses I took at another college?
Current students must receive preapproval of transfer credit by completing either the Transfer of Credit Approval (PDF)
or Transfer Credit Approval for Graduate Programs (PDF)
and returning it to the Registrar's Office. The form, with approvals or denials noted, will be sent back to the student via their wheaton.edu email adress. Once a course has been completed at another college, the student must request an official transcript be sent from that college to the Wheaton College Registrar's office. After we receive the transcript, the Transfer Analyst will review it and determine how those credits will apply to your program at Wheaton. New students do not need to complete the Request for Transfer of Credit form, their credits will be evaluated during the admissions process.
Where can I get information about being a Consortium Visitor at another college?
How will my grades at another school affect my GPA at Wheaton?
How can I get my enrollment certified so my parents can get a Good Student Discount on their car insurances?
Does the Registrar certify my enrollment to any other agencies?
Yes. Wheaton submits enrollment information to the National Student Loan Clearinghouse three times a semester (once during the summer). Guarantors, loan agencies, the Department of Education, and individual banks submit requests to confirm attendance. Enrollment certification for health insurance companies, veteran's benefits, Perkins loans, and health professions loans are handled individually through the Registrar's Office.
The Veterans Certifying Official will certify enrollment for students who have received a certificate of eligibility from the Department of Veterans Affairs. See next question.
Can I get veteran's benefits at Wheaton College?
Yes. You must first submit the application for benefits form 22-1990 to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. After you have been approved, bring a copy of the certificate of eligibility to the Registrar's Office, and the certifying official will then certify your enrollment to the Department of Veterans Affairs each semester that you are enrolled at Wheaton, or until your benefits run out.
What is our mission statement?
The Wheaton College Office of Academic Records and Services exists to support the overall mission of the College to build the church and improve society worldwide by promoting the development of whole and effective Christians through excellence in programs of Christian higher education. This department provides the framework for effective student-faculty-staff interaction through the development of the yearly College catalog, course scheduling, classroom assignment, student registration, student records and database maintenance, and evaluation of degree completion. In support of the educational process at Wheaton College, our goal is to provide timely, accurate and personal service to current and former students, faculty and staff while maintaining the integrity, accuracy, security and storage of all academic records.
What is FERPA?
The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law enacted to establish procedures for disclosing information contained in student records and to protect the privacy of these records. The Act outlines students' rights with respect to their educational records and applies to currently enrolled students and former students but does not apply to individuals who have applied for admission but never attended Wheaton College. Details of FERPA are outlined in the Wheaton College FERPA Policy Statement (PDF)
and the FERPA Notification of Rights (PDF)
How can I get a copy of the Spring Honors Convocation program?
- The convocation program is available here as a pdf.
How can I get a copy of the Spring Commencement DVD?