NewsWheaton College and Indiana Wesleyan University Partner to Offer 3+1 Nursing Program
Wheaton College and Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU) recently formed a partnership to create a distinctive nursing track for students.
NewsWheaton College Students and Professor Present at Alzheimer's Association International Conference
Wheaton College students Amanda Shim and Megan Hogan and Applied Health Science Instructor Dr. O. Michael Bubu presented their findings at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in London.
Alumni, Arts at Wheaton, News"Much Ado About Nothing" to Take Center Stage at Wheaton's Memorial Park
The Wheaton Park District and Wheaton College's Arena Theater will present "Much Ado About Nothing."
Graduate School, NewsDr. Sally Schwer Canning Recognized with American Psychological Association Award
Dr. Sally Schwer Canning recently received the Distinguished Leader for Women in Psychology Award.
News#WheatonServes as 600 Wheaton Students Participate in Annual Community Service Day
More than 600 freshmen participated in Wheaton's annual Community Service Day.
Alumni, Arts at Wheaton, NewsShakespeare in the Park Brings 80’s-Themed “Much Ado” to 3,000 Community Members
Arena Theater partnered with Wheaton Park District to present an '80s-themed version of "Much Ado About Nothing."
NewsWheaton College Named One of MONEY Magazine’s “Best Colleges for Your Money”
Wheaton was recently ranked #111 on MONEY Magazine's annual college ranking.
Graduate School, HDI, NewsHumanitarian Leader and Author Kent Annan Joins Wheaton’s Humanitarian Disaster Institute as Senior Fellow
Kent Annan, co-founder of nonprofit Haiti Partners, recently joined Wheaton’s Humanitarian Disaster Institute (HDI) as a Senior Fellow.
Graduate School, HDI, NewsWheaton College Graduate School launches new M.A. in Humanitarian and Disaster Leadership
Wheaton College Graduate School is launching a new M.A. in Humanitarian and Disaster Leadership, which will begin in June 2018.
Alumni, NewsWheaton College Chapel Series Discusses Legacy of Racism and Evangelicalism in America
Drs. John Perkins, Ruth Bentley, and Richard Mouw shared about the intersections of race and evangelicalism during a special chapel series.
NewsU.S. News & World Report Ranks Wheaton College Among Top National Liberal Arts Colleges
This year, U.S. News & World Report ranked Wheaton 63rd among national liberal arts colleges.
Arts at Wheaton, NewsArtist Series Opening Night to Feature Local High School Musicians
The opening night of Wheaton College Artist Series will feature a special performance by local high school musicians.
Graduate School, HDI, NewsHumanitarian Disaster Institute Provides Disaster Spiritual and Emotional Care Training in Houston Following Hurricane Harvey
HDI led a training in Houston after the devastation of Hurricane Harvey.
Rhiannon Blaauw joins Wheaton's Physics department as a Visiting Instructor.
NewsEd Stetzer Appointed Lausanne Movement’s Regional Director for North America
Dr. Ed Stetzer was recently appointed as the Lausanne Movement's regional director for North America.