With your help, faculty and students are provided with smart classrooms, campus-wide Wi-Fi, library collections and access to digital subscriptions and information resources. Wheaton Fund donors support state-of-the-art technology, laboratory materials, and library resources at Wheaton.
Did You Know?
480 donors who each contribute $5 may enable the library to subscribe to one periodical
30 donors who each contribute $500 could support the creation of one additional smart classroom
Areas to Support
You can direct your Wheaton Fund gift to an area of interest to you.
You will provide immediate resources to today's students with your Wheaton Fund gift.
You are invited to meet some of the students who benefit from your generosity.
In 2017, the college hosted Wheaton’s Inaugural Summit for Women in STEM which brought together a powerhouse network of industry leaders, researchers and academics with undergraduate students in STEM who represent the next generation of innovators.
Faculty and students benefit from smart classrooms, campus-wide Wi-Fi (even on The Dimple), maintained book and digital collections in Madeleine Clark Wallace Library and access to digital subscriptions and information resources.
Spaces like LAB 213 provide an assortment of tools and a place to bring ideas to life. This new “hub of making” on campus features a number of high-tech tools for building, including two Makerbot 3D printers, a 120-watt Epilog laser cutter and engraver, a 3D scanner and a knitting machine, plus hand tools and electronics.
Students benefit from the availability of power tools and shop machines such as a lathe for metalworking and the newest piece of equipment: a ShopBot five-axis, computer-controlled milling machine. LAB 213 is just one of the many think tank spaces on campus for students to gather, explore, innovate and create.