Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
Admission

Admission

International Students

International students are an integral part of the Wheaton community. We put a great deal of value on intellectual and cultural diversity. Wheaton's 1,600 students come from nearly 70 countries, making our suburban campus feel very global.

Wheaton's unique curriculum challenges students to make connections and develop a fully dimensional vision of the world. Your perspective enriches the entire community.

Wheaton is a comfortable and welcoming campus. The Center for Global Education is focused on developing initiatives that will assist in internationalizing the Wheaton campus.

International students typically have a lot of questions about the application process as well as scholarships and financial aid. Just visit the international apply sections of the Web site for detailed step-by-step instructions.

You'll also find international student profiles online to get a sense of the student experience at Wheaton. Life here on campus and on the east coast may be different than what you are accustomed to. Learn more about Wheaton academics and organizations.

Wheaton's proximity to Boston (35 mi/58 km), Providence (20 mi/25 km), and New York City (190 mi/315 km) allow students to pursue a rich array of academic, cultural and social opportunities.

We welcome you to the Wheaton community!

*Special note: Wheaton understands that some students engage the services of educational foundations, organizations and agents to assist in the U.S. college/university admission process. It is important for prospective students to know that Wheaton does not pay third parties to identify or recruit prospective students. As a result, educational foundations, organizations and agents have no influence on Wheaton admission decisions. Wheaton makes all admission decisions independently. Members of the admission staff meet with students free of charge. Finally, we are always happy to answer your questions about applying to Wheaton, so you are never alone in the admission process!

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