Throughout your career at Wheaton, there will be numerous faculty and staff available to help you with questions and concerns. In addition to your FYS professor and faculty advisor, there are Advisors, Administrative Mentors, and Preceptors. Please get to know the staff at:
The Academic Advising office promotes and enhances the Wheaton academic experience for students through advising for academic support, major exploration, academic exceptions, off-campus study in the U.S., mentoring of applicants for competitive scholarships, and support for graduate and professional school applications.
Believing that students can best learn for life if they know how to learn from life, Career Services promotes intellectual and career development through internships, service-related internships, course-related field placements, jobs and innovative job searches. Get started with the First-Year Career Services page.
Tutoring and Collaborative Learning
Dedicated to broadening the learning opportunities available to students within as well as beyond the classroom, the Filene Center offers peer tutoring and collaborative learning space and computers for group projects. Wallace Library is home to the Writing Tutors.
Wheaton is committed to ensuring equitable participation in all programs and activities of the College and prohibits any discrimination in the recruitment, admission, and education of students with disabilities. Accommodations are provided to those students who self-disclose and are identified as a qualified individual with a disability as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Disability Services strives to educate members of the college community, including faculty, staff and administrators, to better understand and meet the learning and advocacy needs of students with disabilities.
Providing leadership on global education initiatives on campus, the Center for Global Education offers advising for students exploring global education opportunities, support for international students through immigration services and cultural adjustment programs, and collaborative cross-cultural programming and training.
By providing leadership, education, support, advising, mentoring, training, and resources related to issues of diversity and inclusiveness, the Marshall Center for Intercultural Learning enhances the Wheaton experience for all students.
In support of the college’s commitment to quality education, the Office of the Registrar provides a variety of services, including management of academic records, transfer credit, transcript requests, course schedules, course requirements, and CAPP audits.