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Wheaton in the Northwoods at HoneyRock

student studies on a deck on Chrouser Lawn at HoneyRock in Three Lakes, WI

WIN This Summer

Take classes and still have a summer with WIN!

Sign Up for WIN

Take a class and still have a summer with WIN

Every summer, HoneyRock offers a variety of courses that meet Christ at the Core and General Education requirements of Wheaton College. These courses, which are open to any student, are taught in a modular and intensive format. The sessions include concentrated coursework taught by professors at HoneyRock and include pre-class and post-class work. Professors will use the outdoors, the community dynamic, and other activities to enhance your learning experience.

WIN 2019 Courses

 

WIN 1: May 17 - 31

 
BITH 211 Old Testament Literature and Interpretation (4) OT
BITH 213 New Testament Literature and Interpretation (4) NT
BITH 315 Christian Thought (4) CT
CE 223 Human Development and Ministry (4) SI, LeadCert
CE 353 Leadership & Human Systems (2) LeadCert
PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy (4) PI
PHIL 103 Philosophy and Scientific Inquiry PI, SIP
ANTH 353 Biculturalism GP, DUS - CATC / DVRS Legacy
BIOL 343 Creation Care: Values and Virtues AIS, SIP, PI

 

 

Session 2: May 31 - June 14

 
ART 321* Wood Fired Ceramics (3) VPAV
BITH 213 New Testament Literature and Interpretation (4) NT
BITH 315 Christian Thought (4) CT
CE 241 Leadership Development (4) LeadCert
CE 339 Compassion and Crisis Ministry (4) LeadCert

* Dates vary slightly

Cost Per Credit: $645/credit - most courses are 2 or 4 credits
Room and Board: $150/week
Transportation: $50/way (optional!)

To Sign Up:

  1. Create an account* and sign up for your WIN course(s)
  2. Reserve your spot with a $50 deposit
  3. Receive instructions on how to register through Banner

*If you have already created a HoneyRock account for Passage or another WIN course, no need to create a new account - just log in!

During your free time there will be activity areas open for your use: swimming, canoeing, kayaking, waterskiing, climbing, mountain biking, archery, and more! You can also choose to take part in planned large group events like ultimate frisbee and campfires.

We do have a small workout facility with weight machines and other equipment.

You will be housed in our River Cabins. You will have a bunk and will share your living space with 8-10 people. These buildings have modern bathrooms in each room. 

 

Our kitchen staff prepare three meals a day for the HoneyRock community. We offer a wide variety of foods and can accommodate special diets when advanced notice is given. 

You can drive your personal car, carpool with friends, or ride a coach bus! We provide transportation to and from Wheaton for $50 each way. You can sign up for transportation when you register.

students paddleboarding on Long Lake at HoneyRock as the sun sets

Questions?

Email Rachael Cyrus at rachael.cyrus@wheaton.edu

Connect with Rachael
I felt really encouraged to engage with the material because I had the space to learn new things with a specific group of people. Between class time, studying, and outdoor activities, I spent a lot of time with a small group of people, which helped me to engage in the learning. — From the 2018 WIN Evaluation