Here's some information you will want to know about Spring at Wheaton
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Dr. Noah Toly
The best Wheaton Passage professor
Dr. Vincent Bacote
Don't really know him
Dr. Danilo Diedrichs
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Life is like a box of chocolates; you never know what you're gonna get.— Forrest Gump, Professor of Philosophy
Undergraduate Fields of Study
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Global and Experiential Learning
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Earn credits while living and learning in London!
Learn alongside professors and other archaeologists!
ISI uniquely blends different aspects of cultures around the globe.
The Pilgrimage to Santiago is a three-week course in Spain.
This program explores technology's impact on Western Europe and Christianity.
The landscapes and geology of the Southwest!
Study the Chinese language and culture in China!
Study Spanish in Costa Rica!
Explore the world of notable British authors!
Study German in Germany!
Experience the land of the Bible!
Spend a semester studying Spanish in Mexico!
Discover the beauty of the Quebec region!
Study Spanish language and culture in Spain!
An inside look at our nation's capital!
Accelerated M.A. Programs
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^ Also available in a Flexible Learning Format.
Certificates & Special Programs
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Creation Care Statement
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Students at Wheaton College have been proactive in starting environmental groups and projects that advance environmental care on campus, in Chicago, and around the world. Whether it be the hosting of sustainability competitions, the coordinating of environmental conservation summits, ecological research, caring for college gardens, or other stewardship activities, students play an important role that models a Christian environmental ethic.
Student Environmental Organizations