Giving to Wheaton College

Wheaton was a life-changing experience. It changed everything about us.

Giving to Wheaton College

What does the Wheaton Fund do? It helps make this competitive pricing possible without sacrificing one iota of the excellence that characterizes Wheaton...

Giving to Wheaton College

Because of Wheaton I am a stronger Christian and stronger individual... I know Wheaton is doing that in the lives of countless students and I give to support that mission.

Wheaton Associates

Wheaton Associates

Wheaton Associates across the country share why they give.

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Ron and Susie Cockle

Ron and Susie Cockle

Parents of Wheaton Alumni

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Ryan June

Ryan June '08

We10 Associate

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50th Reunion Gift

The 50th reunion gift gives classes an opportunity to leave a legacy of generosity, hope, and faithfulness for current and future Wheaton students.


Class of 1963

The class of ’63 is honoring their 50th reunion by supporting the Wheaton Fund and Edward Hakes Scholarship. With a goal of $500,000, all classmates are encouraged to get involved and make a special gift to the College.


Reunion Gift Committee

David Amsler, Chair
Dick and Mary Balbach Ohman
Roger and Sherley Britton Hannay
Chuck Stair
Ron Michaelson
Neal Whitecotton
John Woodbridge
Bill and Beverly Hogber Morrison


Ongoing Gifts






 1963  Wheaton Fund, Edward Hakes Scholarship  $500,000  $235,721 and 32%  David Amsler
 1962 Wheaton Fund, International Scholarships, BGC 5, Science Building
$300k by 2013 with 100% participation
 $197,033 and 49% Charlie Morgan
 1961 Promise of Wheaton
$1.5m by 2013
Jerry Allen
 1960 Wheaton Fund
$2m with 70% participation by 2013
$3,094,344 with 63% participation
Bill Bond
 1959 Wheaton Fund and Hawthorne Scholarship
$1.5m with 70% participation by 2013
$878,863 with 62% participation
Dick Gieser

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