Welcome! As part of a growing initiative to serve, equip, and empower current and incoming international students, Wheaton College is committed to effectively supporting our students as they learn to thrive on campus.
It is the mission of International Student Programs to strive to understand and value the unique needs of international students, missionary kids and third culture students. We work to meet those needs through programming and services that will help guide our students to holistic success. We serve as a support system for students representing over 90 countries who are, for the first time joining or re-entering the U.S education system and culture. We want our students to make the most out of their rigorous Wheaton College education by encouraging them to engage with the broader campus through leadership opportunities, programs and services. In so doing their understanding of cultural differences is enhanced.
The International Student Programs office for undergraduates and the Graduate Student Care office for graduate students are also the liaison between the international student and the Immigration and Naturalization Service. We are here to assist a student's educational journey in cooperation with the academic and service departments of Wheaton College and seek to assist international students in their adjustment to American culture and campus life.
For more on admitted student information, immigration, and student life, please contact:
International Student Programs
Office: Lower Beamer 045
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 630.752.5919
- Jerry Woehr, Director, email@example.com
- Cheryl Margason, Office Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sunny Lee, Graduate Assistant, email@example.com
For information about admissions (application, deadlines, educational and English proficiency requirements), please visit Undergraduate Admissions.
For new international graduate student information, immigration, and student life, please contact:
Graduate Student Life
Mary Yeboah, International Graduate Student Coordinator
Office: Billy Graham Center 228
For information about admissions (application, deadlines, educational and English proficiency requirements), please visit Graduate Admissions.