An Overnight Visit Experience for Admitted Students
We're planning our lineup of #myWheaton Days for 2023! You can review the information below to get an idea of what you'll experience at your #myWheaton Day.
Celebrate your acceptance to Wheaton by attending an event created with you in mind! #myWheaton Days are dynamic events that will allow you to explore every aspect of Wheaton as you make your college decision.
Whether you've officially declared Wheaton your college home or you're still discerning your college choice, you are warmly invited to attend #myWheaton Days!
Our 2023 dates are coming soon! Below, you'll find our 2022 dates to see the approximate deadlines and dates for #myWheaton Days.
|2022 Dates||Overnight Housing Deadline||Registration Deadline|
|March 24-25||March 10||March 21|
|April 7-8||March 24||April 4|
Visit a class (or two or three!), attend chapel, eat in the dining hall, meet faculty, connect with current students, stay overnight in a dorm*, and more!
*See more details below
Here's a sneak peek of all we have planned for you: #myWheaton Days 2022 Schedule Preview
Overnight Stay Details
We plan to offer an overnight stay in the residence halls with a current student for #myWheaton Days, our admitted student event. Students will be asked if they would like to stay overnight in the residence halls when they register for #myWheaton Days.
We are excited to host you on campus and know that seeing what life is like in the residence halls is an important part of your college decision!
Covid-19 Guidance for 2022
For students who wish to stay overnight in a residence hall, we will require the visiting student to either present a vaccination card OR present a negative Covid-19 test at the time of check-in for the event. The negative Covid-19 test must be no more than 3 days old. Visiting students will be paired with a current student host; all current student hosts are either vaccinated or receive regular Covid-19 testing.
We look forward to hosting you, with the understanding that the public health situation may require a change of plans. We will communicate quickly should we no longer be able to provide an overnight stay on campus, knowing that you are making travel plans.
Overnight housing is on a first-come, first-served basis and may not be available for all who request it.
Please reschedule your visit to campus if either of the following applies:
- You are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms (e.g. fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, or loss of taste or smell)
- You have recently (within the last 10 days) been exposed to someone diagnosed with COVID-19 or tested positive for COVID-19
Our entire event (aside from the overnight stay) is designed to be parent and family-friendly. Parents/Guardians are welcome to attend the Opening Program, Welcome Banquet, Chapel, Academic Sessions, and more. We ask that admitted students only attend classes, due to space.
Travel & Lodging
Have questions about Travel & Lodging? Check out our travel portal for more information.
Admitted Students who will be traveling alone to Wheaton and flying into one of our airports can sign up for an Airport Shuttle coordinated by Admissions Staff. If interested, please complete this form.