The Office of the Registrar provides the framework for effective student-faculty-staff interaction through the development of the yearly College catalog, course scheduling, classroom assignments, student registration, student records/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.
Degree Works is a user-friendly degree-tracking application that students can access through the Banner Self-Service page (Enter Secure Area, log in, Student Services, Degree Works). It will allow students to see exactly where they stand in terms of requirements met and those still needed. To get started, please read our FAQ's (PDF) and watch the following tutorials:
Video 1: "Degree Works: Understanding and Reading Your Degree Evaluation"
Video 2: "Degree Works: What-If, Look-Ahead, and GPA Calculator"
Fall 2017 Registration
Continuing students may make changes to their fall schedule online up through the second week of the fall semester. At that point, online registration is closed for fall courses. Transfer students and incoming freshmen will be sent information on how to register for classes online this summer.
Registration for those wishing to audit a class will take place in the Registrar's Office. Students must attend class and obtain the instructor's permission and signature in order to register. Permission is the prerogative of the instructor. For details and forms, please contact the Registrar's Office at 630.752.5045.
Audit forms for current Wheaton students or non-Wheaton students (not alumni) can be downloaded.
Alumni can obtain forms from the Office of Alumni and Parent Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org or 630.752.5047.
New special students can register in the Registrar's Office the day before classes start.
Online course evaluations >> are conducted at the end of each quad during the Fall and Spring semesters.