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Rest and Obedience in Mexico City

Will Davidson ’19 is a history major from Fort Wayne, Indiana. In this MyWheaton blog post, Will reflects on his BreakAway Ministries (BAM) spring break trip to Mexico City through the Office of Christian Outreach (OCO).

Dr. Bryan McGraw is Appointed as Wheaton College’s First Dean of Social Sciences

Dr. Bryan McGraw will become the first Dean of Social Sciences at Wheaton College.

The Power and Prevalence of Words

Stephanie Bagley ’19 is a psychology major and English minor from Hanover Park, IL. In this MyWheaton blog post, Stephanie shares how writing and performing her spoken word poetry throughout her time at Wheaton has drawn her closer to Christ.

99% of the Class of '18 Landed Within Six Months of Graduation, Compared to the National Average of 84% in 2017

For more on how Wheaton students are using their liberal arts education to embrace a rich diversity of career opportunities, see the Center for Vocation and Career Class of 2018 report.    

Announcing Increased Academic Scholarship Levels for New Students Entering Fall 2019

No separate scholarship application is required. Learn more and apply today!

Alumni Profile

"The Wade Center was where the Lord was calling me, and I don't feel called away yet," Marjorie Lamp Mead ’74, M.A. ’06 in #wheatonmag. Read about her service and recent Distinguished Service to Alma Mater Award.

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Emily Barbosa
Business/Economics and International Relations Major
Wheaton College Student Emily Barbosa '19

"Wheaton has been a dynamic, beautiful, and challenging adventure for me."

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Lydia Granger
International Relations/Spanish Major
Lydia Granger IJM intern

"My semester into the work world at International Justice Mission has given me new vigor and further insight into how I want to spend my final year at Wheaton."

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One of 18 Private ‘Best Buy’ Colleges and Universities
— Fiske Guide to Colleges
27th
Best Value Liberal Arts Colleges - Kiplinger's
18th
Best Quality of Life - Princeton Review
99%
of graduates have landed their first destination six months after graduation
SEE MORE RANKINGS AND Distinctions

Wheaton Alumni Spotlight

Wheaton College Sociology Alumnus Noah Chung
Noah Chung '12
Master of Divinity (M.Div.) student, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, IL
Caring For Communities
"At Wheaton I decided to major in sociology, seek mentorship, join a Christian community, and take some risks by doing some urban ministry internships through my sophomore and junior summer. I cannot begin to explain how each experience molded me into the man I am today. These experiences shaped how I view society and culture, how I am to approach that with a strong faith, and how that empowers me to pursue my vocational calling."
Julia Wittrock Hensel '15
Strategic Sourcing Analyst, 3M
Thinking Critically, Asking Questions
"After I graduated Wheaton, I started a position in supply chain at 3M. Unlike many of my colleagues, I had no formal education or training in supply chain. Yet, because of my liberal arts education, I knew how to think critically and ask good questions, which allowed me to thrive in this position."
Dawn Wright Wheaton College Geology Alumna
Dawn Wright '83
Chief Scientist at Esri, Redlands, CA
Rigorous Scientific Foundation
"Wheaton provided me with the rigorous scientific foundation needed to enter top graduate programs in not only oceanography and but later on in geography as well."
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Muriu Makumi M.A. '16
Life Groups (Small Groups) Director, Mariners Church, Irvine, CA
Wheaton College Graduate School Trained Me For Ministry
"The more I read about Wheaton’s program, the more it resonated with my heart and what I felt God was calling me to."
Rachel Ringeisen '09 Wheaton College Alumni
Rachel Ringeisen '09
5th-8th Grade Strings Teacher
The Conservatory of Music Prepared Me to be a Music Educator
"Wheaton College developed me as a musician and shaped my abilities and knowledge; I have been able to accomplish my goals thanks to my Wheaton education."
Sam Hayes 12 Wheaton College English Alumnus
Sam Hayes '12
Novelist
My Journey as a Novelist
"Liberal arts gave me the freedom to explore what I really loved while still in college; Wheaton’s small classes and flexible professors who know and care about their students helped, too."