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Plan Your Visit

The best way to experience Wheaton College Graduate School is to visit our campus! 

Get the full Wheaton College experience by registering for a visit.

We provide different options for your visit so you can easily find one that meets your schedule and preference. Join us for a customized individual visit, a tailored group visit, a video campus tour, or one of our Academic Program Receptions.

Individual Visits

An individual visit is a great opportunity to explore Wheaton College Graduate School firsthand and can include any of the following: meet with faculty, tour campus with a current graduate student, meet with an admissions counselor, attend a class, receive financial aid counseling, or learn about scholarship opportunities. We will plan a unique visit that will fit your schedule and allow you to experience life as a graduate student at Wheaton.

Group Visits

Do you have a group of students who are looking to learn more about Wheaton College Graduate School? Are you a ministry organization that is looking to connect your partners with graduate programs and training? If so, we invite you to visit campus to learn more. To schedule your group visit please fill out the group visit registration form by clicking here.

Class Connections

Wheaton College Graduate School offers Class Connections as a time to observe a live class with other prospective students, learn from current students, and experience faculty teaching in a classroom setting. These events are designed to highlight flexible formatted programs and programs that offer evening class options. If you can't make one of the events below, consider registering for an individual campus visit to include a class observation.

Academic Program Receptions

Join us for an afternoon or evening exploring some of our select graduate programs! 

Wheaton College Graduate School offers Academic Program Receptions each fall. The afternoon and evening events offer you the opportunity to learn more about your program of interest with other prospective students. Each event opens with an overview of the specific academic programs followed by an open-house time to connect deeper with faculty, current students, alumni, and our Graduate Admissions team.