We’re here to help you navigate the college application process. We’ve consolidated the information you’ll need whether you’re a first-year, transfer or international student, or are reapplying.

You can apply to Wheaton using the Common Application. You’ll find us listed as Wheaton College, Massachusetts.

The application fee is $60 and may be paid online as part of the application process or by personal check, made payable to Wheaton College. If the fee is a burden that will prevent you from applying, please see your guidance counselor to inquire about a Waiver or indicate that it is a hardship when you submit your application.

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If you have questions after looking through our website (or if you just prefer human contact), send us an email or call 508-286-8251.

Application Deadlines

Don’t forget these important admission application dates.
Please note: All deadlines are by 11:59 p.m. in the time zone from which you are submitting the application.

Important Dates for First-Year Applicants
Application Plan Deadline Notification
Early Decision 1 Nov. 15 by Dec.15
Early Action Nov. 15 by Jan. 15
Early Decision 2 Jan. 15 by Feb. 1
Regular Decision fall entry Feb. 15 by March 31
Regular Decision spring entry Nov. 15 on a rolling basis
Important Dates for Transfer Applicants
Application Plan Deadline Notification
Transfer fall entry May 1 on a rolling basis
Transfer spring entry Nov. 15 on a rolling basis


Admission to Wheaton is selective. However, we consider many things including academic achievement, writing ability, difficulty of high school curriculum and co-curricular achievement. So, don’t just apply. Show us who you really are. What makes you special and what drives you? Tell us your story!

Wheaton College is committed to principles of equal opportunity in admission of students, its educational programs and employment.

Wheaton College encourages students to use their voices to speak out against racism and social injustices.  As a result, your admission to Wheaton will not be affected in any way by disciplinary actions associated with participation in peaceful protests or other means of respectful freedom of expression.