Welcome to Graduate Admissions!
Applying to graduate school is a big decision. That's why we've provided important information on tuition and fees, financial aid, campus visits, and the steps to apply when you are ready. Remember, our knowledgeable counselors are here to help you every step of the way.
A Greeting from the Director of Graduate Admissions
Director of Graduate Admissions
Thank you for exploring the Wheaton College Graduate School! If you need anything during the application process, I encourage you to reach out to me or to one of our friendly and knowledgeable admissions staff. We look forward to serving you as you seek God's calling and consider the legacy you hope to leave for Christ and His Kingdom.
Begin Your Journey to the Wheaton College Graduate School
We are glad you are considering applying to the Wheaton College Graduate School! We recommend that you take the following steps as you begin your journey to the Wheaton College Graduate School:
- Schedule a personalized online or on-campus visit with our friendly and experienced admissions team
- Review our tuition and fees and financial aid options
- Review the admission requirements for your program
- Check out our helpful FAQ page
Connect with Your Admissions Counselor
Graduate Admissions Counselor for International Students
Counsels international students for all graduate programs.
Billy Graham Scholarship Program
How to Apply
Check the Application Deadlines on the requirements page for your program of interest.
Review the graduate admissions requirements to find out what is required for your particular program.
- New degree-seeking students: create an application account and submit the Graduate Application for the full online degree application.
- Re-enrolling or Re-applying students: sign in to your application account and submit a streamlined Graduate Application.
- Wheaton undergraduate students interested in the Accelerated M.A. program, visit the Accelerated M.A. page for details.
Important Admissions Information
Information for all students
- Only the following three programs require the GRE.
- Ph.D. in Biblical and Theological Studies
- Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology
- Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology
- The Wheaton College institutional code for the GRE is 1905.
- You will receive your unofficial Verbal and Quantitative scores right after you finish the exam and can self-report them to email@example.com. The unofficial scores will qualify as making the application deadline. But your official GRE scores, which include your Analytical Writing score, are required before you can register for classes at Wheaton. We download official scores weekly directly from ETS, the GRE provider.
Additional Information for International Students
- International Students applying to the Ph.D. in Biblical and Theological Studies, Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, or Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology must complete both the GRE and the TOEFL, IELTS, or Duolingo English Test.
- International Students applying to M.A. programs do not have to submit the GRE but must submit a score from the TOEFL, IELTS, or Duolingo English Test.
- Please see English Proficiency for full details.
Are you interested in registering for a few classes before enrolling as a full-time student? Get a glimpse inside our graduate-school classes and community by registering as a non-degree-seeking student. Your courses can count toward your master's degree at Wheaton if you choose to apply at a later time.
- Go to the MyWheaton Application page and create your student account.
- When you get to the Academic Information section of the application, choose "Non-Degree Seeking Student."
The Accelerated M.A. offers Wheaton College undergraduate students the opportunity to earn a master's degree in as little as one year by taking graduate credit courses during their senior year. Learn more about the programs with this feature and the Admission Requirements.