We are here for you. You just need to know where to look when you need something—from transportation resources to financial aid services.
Want an overview of what you need to know right now?
Start by reading the student handbook. It’s a shortcut to getting to know Wheaton—all the campus resources, do’s and don’ts, information about honor codes, academic standards, general college policies, meal plans, living on campus and more.
Need to mail something?
There is a campus mail center located on the lower level of the Balfour-Hood Center. There also is a U.S. Post Office just steps off of campus on Taunton Avenue.
Have a computer question?
Your single point of contact for technology information and services is the Library & Information Services tech support department. The tech support staff answers technology questions for faculty, staff and students.
Need a job?
The student employment program at Wheaton is designed to help students defray college expenses and to provide student employment supervisors assistance in carrying out their day-to-day responsibilities in the workplace. There are many cool campus jobs.