Returning students choose their rooms for the upcoming coming academic year through Room Selection. This process typically takes place in the Spring semester.

Wheaton offers an array of housing options that have specific social and academic focuses. Depending on what you are looking for, rooms are selected through either application (Theme Houses and Beard) or lottery (General Room Selection, Suites, etc.).

If there is a question that you cannot find online, please email us at [email protected].

Housing Options

  1. Theme Houses: Groups of students connected by a common passion apply to live in select on-campus houses.
  2. Gebbie & Keefe:  Groups must register for a special lottery to obtain a suite or apartment.
  3. Common Interest Communities
    • Substance Free
    • Female to Nonbinary
    • Male to Nonbinary
    • Quiet Housing
    • LGBTQ+ & Ally
  4. Living Learning Communities
    • May Fellows: This integrated community provides dynamic opportunities for faculty, students, staff, and community members to interact through co-curricular programming.
    • Wheaton Wellness Program: This community explores how the different dimensions (Academic/Professional, Emotional, Environmental, Intellectual, Physical, Social, and Spiritual) of a student’s well-being contributes to their quality of life.
    • First Generation: Brave, Bold & First is an intentional floor for first-generation students, those who are first in their family or within their community to attend college.
    • Service Learning: Student members will engage critically with what it means to be a community, and ultimately hot to put those ideas into real-life practice.
  5. General Room Selection: (Excluding Theme Houses, Gebbie, and Keefe) All buildings on upper as well as select rooms on lower campus are available through lottery. All eligible students who have not selected rooms through earlier processes are automatically included in the General Room Selection lottery. **REMINDER: Students will be able to pick Common Interest Community rooms during the general room selection lottery.
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