Housing and Food Insecurities

Housing and Opportunities that are Useful for

Students' Excellence (H.O.U.S.E.) 

In accordance with the Illinois Public Act 102-0083, Illinois colleges and universities are to provide support and resources to students experiencing homelessness and food insecurity.  For more information about what support is available to you as a student or for help with coordinating services with local resources, contact your Wheaton College H.O.U.S.E. Resource Liaison, Carrie Williams, Director of Student Care Services at 630-752-5797 or scs@wheaton.edu.

Below are resources available in the community

Housing Insecurity Support

Local Food Insecurity Support

Food Insecurity Support on Campus

    • Campus Meal Share App - You need to download the Share Meals app onto your phones.

Share Meals at Wheaton College 

An organization developed and founded by Jonathan Chin, graduate student at NYU. Share Meals is dedicated to ensuring all college students are food secure. They want to empower students to strengthen their own communities through sharing food and we accomplish this through technology, activism, and advocacy.

Share Meals app will help you connect with each other so the person with the unused meal can swipe in the student requesting the unused meal. **You can also request that such meetings be kept confidential.*