Providing proactive and responsive care for all students to thrive physically, emotionally, socially, spiritually, and intellectually.
Interim Dean of Student Care and Services
B.S., Child Development & Leadership, Northern Illinois University, 1994
M.S., Marriage and Family Therapy, Northern Illinois University, 2003
Over the years, Carrie has served in various capacities as a mental health counselor, academic advisor, resource specialist, program developer, advisor to student orgs, college instructor, advocate, and administrator where God used those moments to prune, develop, mature, and equipped her to be the intercessor that she is today. As the Interim Dean of Student Care and Services, Carrie is dedicated to ensuring every aspect of care is focused on the whole student. Her desire is that every student is thriving in their God given talent and abilities as they persist to graduation and beyond this campus.
Carrie leads a great Student Care Team that encompasses the Wheaton College Counseling Center, Student Care, Student Health Services, and Academic and Disabilities Services. Together they collaborate to effectively attend ot the holistic needs of all students.
Her goal is to meet students where they are in their development, inform them about the campus and community resources available, educate them about their options, offer comfort and guidance, advocate for them to receive the best-streamlined support during difficult times and ultimately connect them to Christ - the sustainer of all.
Carrie stands with her husband in an active leadership role as he serves as Pastor. Carrie is a caring and committed mother of three sons (3rd yr. college level, 12th grader, and a 6th grader). When she finds spare time - Carrie enjoys spending quality time with family watching great movies, singing and listening to gospel music, bowling, attending her son’s sports games, and laughing with friends.
Student Services Building Suite 218
Administrative Assistant to the Dean
B.S. in Psychology, Anderson University, 1987
Michelle supports the Interim Dean of Student Care and Services, Carrie Williams. Her desire is to provide a warm and welcoming environment for students and parents who are seeking help from the Student Care team. College life has its challenges and she strives to offer support during this time of growth.
Student Services Building 218