Committed to On-Campus Housing
Whether you live in a residence hall, apartment, or one of the campus houses at Wheaton College, this is the place — your place to create and share in community.
We believe it is necessary for you to be immersed in community living for key life-to-life encounters to be possible. In community, you'll give and receive, be shaped by and contribute to campus life, and be challenged to integrate your classroom learning with you life experiences. Therefore, as a condition of attending Wheaton College, undergraduate students are required to live on campus in college housing, which includes:
New Housing Project
Construction began in the spring of 2014 on new student housing, the first housing built in over 40 years. In fall 2014, 24 upperclass students moved into the first two of five homes, located on the corner of Irving Street and Harrison Avenue. The three townhomes will be ready for 24 additional students beginning spring of 2015.