Most Wheaton students live on campus in one of the 33 residential structures, either a traditional residence halls or in a theme house. In these vibrant living-learning environments, they study together, socialize, build lifelong friendships, and work through the issues associated with living in a diverse community.
All residence halls are staffed by resident advisors who organize social events, faculty-led discussions, intramural teams, and programs. Wheaton’s halls are organized by groups of three or more, known as “quads,” and are overseen by full-time area coordinators.
Floor plans for residence halls can be found in the Campus Life Section of insideWheaton.
Learn more about each hall by clicking the links below: