Wheaton College Campus Buildings
Adams Hall, home for our outstanding art department, was the College’s first gymnasium beginning in the late 1890s.
Armerding Center for Music and the Arts
The Armerding Center for Music and the Arts houses the Conservatory of Music, including a Recital Hall and practice rooms.
Todd M. Beamer Center
The Beamer Center hosts the College's dining hall, Coray Gymnasium, Student Development Offices, Sam's Cafe, and The Stupe.
Billy Graham Hall
Billy Graham Hall hosts the Wheaton College Graduate School, the Wheaton College Billy Graham Center, and the Billy Graham Museum.
Blanchard Hall, Wheaton's "Old Main", is at the center of the Wheaton Campus.
Buswell Memorial Library
The Library of Wheaton College provides a variety of services for students and faculty.
Chrouser Sports Complex
The Chrouser Sports Complex is the College's athletic center and contains King Arena.
Edman Memorial Chapel serves as the site for chapels, concerts, and other events on the College's campus.
Jenks Hall is home to the theater program, Arena Theater, and the ROTC Program.
McAlister Hall is the former home of the Wheaton Conservatory of Music.
Memorial Student Center
The Memorial Student Center was build in memory of the students and graduates who served in World War II.
Meyer Science Center
Meyer Science Center hosts the science programs at Wheaton College and contains a variety of state-of-the-art technologies.
Pierce Chapel is the former chapel of the College and home to Community School of the Arts.
Marion E. Wade Center
The Wade Center is home to a major research collection of the books of seven British authors.
The Welcome Center is the home of the Undergraduate Admissions office and chronicles the Story of Wheaton.
Westgate hosts the College's Alumni Relations Office and was home to three former College presidents.
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