Billy Graham Center Scholarships
More than just a scholarship, the BGC Scholarship Program strives to be a ministry partner, assisting Christian ministry leaders in obtaining their masters degree at the Wheaton College Graduate School.
Wheaton College Courses
- Sociology of Racial and Ethnic Relations
- Cross Cultural Psychology
- ID Asian Studies major
- Urban Studies Certificate
- African American Literature
It is often thought that ethnic specific student groups are restricted to a particular race or culture. Contrary to that notion, the mission of the ethnic student groups within OMD is to serve minority and majority students by providing safe, accepting places for students to think through issues of diversity.
We are committed to providing opportunities to address these issues first from the perspective of our unity in Christ. OMD works with the student organizations to provide multiple venues for fellowship, reflection, friendship, cultural celebration and addressing contemporary issues of diversity. Each of the organizations offer these venues out of gratitude for the gifts the Lord has given us in each of our distinct cultural backgrounds.
The 1-2-1 program provides upperclassmen that serve as mentors, encouragers, guides, and friends to first-year students. More >
The choir's purpose is to worship and serve God and to spread His good news in song to "the nations" through black Gospel music. More >
In response to Christ's love, Wheaton Koinonia exists to glorify God through the unique cultures of Asian community. More >
Unidad Cristiana, which means Christian Unity, strives to live out the full meaning of that name. We desire to come together though the unity that we have in Christ and out of that unity to celebrate and explore Latino cultures. More >
William Osborne Society
To foster community among the Black students on campus as well as create opportunities for the Wheaton campus as a whole to learn about and experience Black Culture. More >
OMD Programming Team (OPT)
It exists to engage the campus community through intentional and innovative multicultural programming facilitated through intentional campus collaborations. More>
The Shalom Community is a living and learning community born out of a partnership between Residence Life and the Office of Multicultural Development. It’s an opportunity for like minded students to live together and not only share their common interests, but their living space as well. More>