Students in Action
– Young-Ho Moon ’15
“What I realized after visiting Wheaton was that I didn’t want my four years of college to just be about learning engineering stuff or more equations . . . but really just developing me into the person God wants me to be. Wheaton offers holistic growth in a way other schools don’t.”
Young-Ho Moon ’15, a dual-degree engineering student from Yanji, China, earned a bachelor of science degree from both Wheaton and the Illinois Institute of Technology. Wheaton wasn't initially on Moon's radar, though. By the time he visited campus, he'd already been accepted to a top-tier engineering school. But after an overnight stay at Wheaton, he decided the holistic growth opportunities offerd in a liberal arts-focused engineering program were exactly what he needed.
After earning his degrees, Moon began a career in project engineering.