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Meet Your Counselor

Find your state below or use the links to meet your admissions counselor.

Admissions counselors lead information sessions on campus, conduct admission interviews, represent Wheaton off-campus at college fairs, and are equipped to walk with you throughout the admissions process. Please choose your state below to learn about your admissions counselor and contact him or her with any questions you have about Wheaton.

 

Transfer Applicants:
Kathryn Brightly

Non-US Citizens:
Ariel Norquist

MK and TCK Applicants (US Citizens living abroad):
Ellen Egerton

US states

Select your state and your representative will appear here.


Admissions Counselors

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Ariel Norquist

Admissions Counselor

Ariel.Norquist@wheaton.edu

Counselor for:
Illinois Zip Codes 60500-60599

Prospective International Students (Non-US Citizens seeking to study under a US F-1 student visa)
A Christian Liberal Arts curriculum is the perfect complement to a global perspective. This is a prominent feature of a Wheaton College education, and this has been my own experience as a learner and follower of Christ. For over a decade I have served students crossing cultural or national borders in pursuit of educational advancement. If you desire to study at Wheaton College as an International student, I’m here to help you. Read more about me.

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Ellen Egerton

Admissions Counselor

Ellen.Egerton@wheaton.edu

Counselor for: 
MN
US Citizens Living Abroad 
Wheaton North High School
Welcome! As a 2015 Wheaton College graduate I am so glad to know you are considering this remarkable place on your college journey. I am who I am today largely because of the way the Lord used Wheaton College to transform me: I am eternally grateful! Despite growing up in a neighboring town to Wheaton, I truthfully had no idea about the highly formational Christian education that I could receive from an institution that was right down the street. Thankfully, my youth pastor encouraged me to investigate and once I was on campus I knew this was where I wanted to be. Read more about me.

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Kathryn Brightly

Admissions Counselor

kathryn.brightly@wheaton.edu

Counselor for:
Transfer Students
Illinois Zip Codes 60000-60099, 60180-60499, 60900-61199

Wheaton Academy
Wheaton/Warrenville South High School
Welcome! I’m Kathryn Brightly, a 2016 Wheaton College graduate. My years at Wheaton were the most formative of my life, so I’m excited to hear that you are considering Wheaton for your own college education! Wheaton shaped me spiritually and academically in ways that prepared me to serve Christ and engage with the world around me, and I am so grateful for the life-long friendships I made along the way. Read more about me.

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Angela Dallakoti

Admissions Counselor

Angela.Dallakoti@Wheaton.Edu

Counselor for:
CT, DE, ME, MD, MA, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VT, VA, DC, WV
Illinois Zip Codes 60100-60179
“Taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in Him.” (Psalm 34: 8)
As a 2018 graduate of Wheaton College, I have seen how God is gracious and faithful to this community. I am thankful for the Christian liberal arts education I received at Wheaton. During my college years, the Human Needs and Global Resources program, the Psychology department, and the Office of Christian Outreach deeply enriched my faith and my academic pursuits. Learn more about me.

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Alejandra Guzman

Admissions Counselor

alejandra.guzman@wheaton.edu

Counselor for:
AL, FL, GA, LA, MI, NC, SC, TX

Illinois Zip Codes 60600-60899
I am a first-generation college student who recently graduated from Wheaton College. During my time as an undergraduate, I studied Sociology. However, because of the liberal arts curriculum, I was able to take classes from a variety of disciplines – it really allowed for my intellectual curiosity to flourish! In addition to the academics, I participated in many extracurricular activities like Sabor Latino, Solidarity Cabinet and Unidad Cristiana. Whether it was through the academics or extracurricular activities, I was blessed abundantly by the Wheaton community. Read more about me.

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Leonard Blair Jr.

Admissions Counselor

leonard.blair@wheaton.edu

Counselor for:
AR, CO, IA, KS, MO, MT, NE, NM, ND, OK, SD, WI, WY
Illinois Zip Codes 61200 – 62999
Hey! My name is Leonard Blair Jr. and as a 2018 graduate of Wheaton, I am excited to be back and help students determine if Wheaton is the place God is calling them! During my college search I looked at schools that would challenge me spiritually and academically and where I could participate in competitive athletics. I was blessed to find Wheaton College, which was a great combination of all of the things that I wanted in a school. Read more about me.

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Kyra Perez

Admissions Counselor

Kyra.Perez@wheaton.edu

Counselor for:
AK, AZ, CA, HI, ID, NV, OR, UT, WA
Hi! My name is Kyra Perez and I am a 2018 Wheaton College graduate. My time as a Wheaton student was such a special time for me. I studied Communications with a minor in Christian Education. Each day I am more and more grateful for the way Wheaton has shaped me academically and spiritually. Through my involvement in the Office of Multicultural Diversity (OMD) and Residence Life I was able to experience the incredible community and leaders here at Wheaton. Learn more about me.

Nate Brown Admissions Counselor at Wheaton College (IL)

Nate Brown

Admissions Counselor

Nate.Brown@wheaton.edu

Counselor for:
IN, KY, MI, OH, TN
You are approaching one of the most important decision-making moments in your life, and I count it a distinct privilege to walk with you through this point in your journey. Navigating the college search isn’t an easy process, so my prayer for you is the same as Paul’s prayer for the Ephesian church—that God “may give you the Spirit of wisdom” as you seek His will for your next step. While I did not attend Wheaton for my undergraduate years, I’m no stranger to its community and value. In fact, studying mathematics in a Christian liberal arts context led me to Wheaton’s campus my senior year of college. Read more about me.