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Year of the Arts, Faith, and Imagination

Join us in celebrating all that God has accomplished in and through the arts at Wheaton College. The Year of the Arts will include a stunning array of events and performances, new initiatives, ongoing projects, and multiple opportunities for collaboration, discovery, and celebration. *

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* Year of the Arts Banner Image Credit: Jacob's Ladder, Donald Jackson with contributions from Chris Tomlin, Copyright 2002 The Saint John's Bible, Saint John's University, Collegeville Minnesota USA. Used by permission. All rights reserved.


Fall 2021 COVID19 Updates and Information  


Wheaton College Stories

On Campus and Around the World
Wheaton College Unveils New Bespoke Organ in Armerding Center Concert Hall

The new organ, crafted by Taylor & Boody Organbuilders, will be used to lead and accompany hymn singing, accompany musicians, and train students.

Wheaton Art Alumna Jessina Leonard ’14 Awarded Fulbright Scholarship

Congratulations to Wheaton College alumna Jessina Leonard ’14 who was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship. The award will allow Leonard to spend 10 months in Germany researching the lives of three medieval mystics and working on her own photography, which is informed by her research.

HoneyRock Hosts Fatherless Camp Ministry Summit

Wheaton College’s HoneyRock Center for Leadership Development hosted a conference on Christian Camping and Fatherless Ministries from September 27 through October 1. The meeting was led by Psalm68five Ministries and hosted by HoneyRock staff.

Wheaton Seeks New Chief Intercultural Engagement Officer

Wheaton College seeks an exceptional individual to serve as its next Chief Intercultural Engagement Officer (CIEO). This leader will play a central role in fostering and sustaining a compelling vision for biblical diversity.

Undergraduate Cost & Aid 101

Wondering about the difference between "sticker price" and "net price"? Or how scholarships and loans fit into your actual college costs? Get answers to all your cost and financial aid questions on this page designed especially for families new to the financial aid process. 

Coronavirus Updates and FAQs

We are excited to welcome students back to campus for the Fall 2021 semester. Check here for regular updates on COVID-19 protocols, including updates to our FAQs page. 

Calculate Your Cost to Come to Wheaton

Wheaton offers both merit awards and generous financial aid packages to help you fund your educational expenses. Determine what aid you might receive by using the Net Price Calculator.

Announcing Wheaton's New Latin American and Latina/o Studies Major

Whether you plan to pursue graduate studies or a chosen career field, Wheaton's Latin American and Latina/o studies program will equip you to understand and engage with the global realities of today's ethnically diverse church and society.

Favor Ezewuzie '21 named to Top 30 for the NCAA Woman of the Year Award

Favor Ezewuzie '21 of the Wheaton College women's track and field team has been named to the Top 30 for the 2021 NCAA Woman of the Year Award.

Alli Littrell
English with a Teaching Certificate
Alli Littrell

"The people at Wheaton are what makes it so special! The students, professors, and staff I have come to know really care about one another. "

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Chantelle Stewart
Chantelle Stewart

"From seeing the sunrise in Chicago to attending the Jazz Festival, each memory made was due to the quality friendships I've formed at Wheaton."

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Mark Echevarria
Mark Echevarria

"I chose Wheaton … because I wanted to be surrounded by more genuine people who could help me grow in my faith."

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One of the Best Colleges in America of 2020
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Best Undergraduate Teaching - U.S. News Best Colleges - 2021
Best Quality of Life - Princeton Review 2021
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Wheaton Alumni Spotlight

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Lorna Dueck '15
CEO at Crossroads Media Group
Evangelism in the Media
“Being rooted through my M.A. in the methodology and history of how God has used evangelism has been so helpful...Evangelism is deliberate, it must be fought for and practiced, and my M.A. showed me that.”
Esther Lee Cruz '06
Content Marketing Manager, LinkedIn
Math Gives Street Cred
"My math major gives me street cred with employers. They know I am data-driven and won't shy away from numbers."
Wheaton College Alumna Chelsea Medic
Chelsea Medić '14
Owner of The Soap.Bar; Production Assistant at DreamWorks Animation
An Animated Introvert in L.A.
"My Wheaton experience has been an integral part of my faith and journey as a professional adult. I often look back on my Wheaton years as being the kickstarter for my growth as a critical thinker and I have no regrets choosing to attend a school like Wheaton."
Andrew Kulpecz 02 Wheaton College Geology Alumnus
Andrew Kulpecz '02
Geoscientist and Explorationist
A Firm Foundation for a Successful Career
"The Wheaton College Geology Department and its faculty laid a firm foundation that has allowed me to lead a successful career as a geoscientist and explorationist on exciting energy projects spanning Australasia, the Norwegian Arctic, North America, and West Africa."
Abbie Pettit '15 Wheaton College English Alumna
Abbie Pettit '15
Equipped to Approach the World with a Christ-Centered Perspective
"I can't thank the professors at Wheaton enough for preparing me to be where I am now, working as a copywriter and getting my MFA in Writing. My professors equipped me to write well, think well, and approach the world with a Christ-centered perspective."
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Abby Gunn (née Beck) '18
First-grade teacher at Ambleside School of Colorado
Holistic Education
“It is in the Psychology department where I began to understand and care about the development of the whole person. I am really thankful for how my courses and peers directed my attention to the mind, heart, soul, and body.”