Now that you’ve been accepted, you have access to the secure Wheaton Portal at portal.wheaton.edu. Your Wheaton Portal account and your official @my.wheaton.edu email address are vital communication tools between you and the Wheaton College community.
What is the Wheaton Portal?
The Wheaton Portal, a password-protected web portal, allows you to access information about Wheaton and your student account in a secure environment. By logging in, you’ll have access to:
- Financial aid information: If you’re a financial aid applicant, sign in to view the status of your aid application. Check to see if there are any outstanding requirements. When your financial aid award is determined, you can view it right away in the Wheaton Portal.
- Residence Life: Register for housing.
- Class Schedule: Look up course information and availability that you need for registration – schedule, class size, number of seats remaining, and possible closures.
- Student Account: View your account and billing information.
By following the steps to set up your Wheaton Portal account, you’ll also activate your Wheaton email address, hosted by Gmail. If you’re applying for financial aid, it’s important to have access to this email account – Student Financial Services sends all communication to it. You also have the option of automatically forwarding mail from this account to another email address of your choice.
How Do I Get started?
Find your Wheaton College ID number, which is printed on your acceptance letter. It’s the five-digit number printed above your name. You’ll need it to set up your account (and you’ll have it memorized soon enough).
During the account set up process, we’ll send a verification code to the email address that you provided in your admissions application. Refer to the Enrollment Confirmation Form in your acceptance packet to verify your email address. You can contact the admissions office at email@example.com
if your email address is incorrect, or if you didn’t provide an email address when you applied.
For help with logging on, password difficulties, or other technical information, contact Academic and Institutional Technology at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 630-752-HELP (4357). AIT is open Monday-Friday from 8:00am-5:00pm (Central Time), and is closed on weekends and holidays.
As always, your admissions counselor is here to help! Contact Undergraduate Admissions at email@example.com or 1-800-222-2419.