Stay connected to Wheaton and your friends, through the Alumni Association.
Enjoy your lifelong connection to Wheaton and the friends you made during your college career. You are part of a community that stretches around the world, yet plays a role in keeping our beautiful New England campus alive and vital.
It doesn’t matter that you no longer live a 90-second walk from the Dimple. You can still connect with Wheaton friends through our online community. You may want to search for a friend or refer a student. Here, you are never too far away from your alma mater.
The opportunities to stay connected to the college community are endless. Wheaton has clubs in dozens of cities and regions around the world. There may be an event coming up in your hometown, or in a city to which you are traveling.
Your involvement, and the participation of hundreds of other alumni, gives our community strength. If you haven’t looked at the opportunities for learning and leading as a volunteer, you may be surprised by what you contribute and how much you can accomplish.
Nominate a classmate or fellow alumna/us for a leadership position on the Alumni Board. The Board is a representation of the alumni to the Wheaton Community and Administration.
Alumni awards help to recognize the hard work and dedication of individuals within their community and to Wheaton.
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The Alumni Relations team and the Alumni Board of Directors are asking you to share interesting news and stories about yourself or fellow alumni.
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Seeing our connections
Wheaton College alumna Ellen Murphy Warner’s book “The Second Half: Forty Women Reveal Life After Fifty” is comprised of portraits of women and interviews about their life journeys and what “the second half” means to each of them.
Exhibition celebrates Wheaton College, Bhutan partnership
This summer, the Madeleine Clark Wallace Library has hosted an exhibition that highlights that mutually beneficial relationship. “Bhutan and Wheaton: Celebrating 25 Years of Friendship and Collaboration,” on display from May 1 through September 8, 2023.
Why young adult fiction is a serious genre
Deborah Williams ’86 examines cultural importance of young adult literature in her acclaimed book.
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