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Campus Events for Graduate Students

2018-2019 Schedule

All Graduate School Fall Picnic Tuesday, August 28th from 5:00 – 6:30 pm, BGC Lawn

December Recognition Service & Reception Wednesday, December 12th during Grad Chapel

January Graduate School Orientation Friday, January 11th

Graduate Student Life Week March 25th – 29th

 

All Graduate School End of the Year Picnic Tuesday, April 23rd from 5:00 – 6:30 pm, BGC Lawn

Graduate Student Life will be hosting other community building and
professional development related events throughout the school year.

Dine with a Mind (DWAM)

The Dine with a Mind (DWAM) program is an opportunity to connect with a Wheaton College faculty member over a meal, covering both you and the faculty member, in Anderson Commons (the college cafeteria) for personal and professional enrichment. This is a privilege that can be used up to 2 times each semester by degree seeking graduate students while tickets last. 

After making your meal appointment with someone, inform the Graduate Student Care office to obtain a meal ticket.

Please email graduate.student.life@wheaton.edu at least 24 hours in advance of the anticipated meal and include:

  • Your name
  • Your ID number
  • Your CPO number
  • The mind you will be dining with (aka, the faculty member)
  • The date of the dining

These tickets will be sent to you via campus mail once the request has been made.  

Year Round Events

World Christian Fellowship is a student led group that provides worship, special speakers and a focus on global missions each Sunday evening during the school year.

Student Wives Fellowship encourages friendship and helps foster a sense of community. For information, contact Peggy Moshier 630.293.5688.

College sport events: Football, soccer, baseball and basketball are free to students and their families.

College Union occasionally hosts artists and musicians across all genres, and also has other events for all campus to attend.

A wide variety of concerts are presented throughout the school year, ranging from free student and faculty recitals, college choirs and instrumental groups, to the outstanding Wheaton Artist Series.