As a residential college, Wheaton requires most students to live on campus. The residence halls are communities of diverse individuals living and learning together. Students are encouraged to participate in and contribute to the learning environment of their residence halls.
The residence halls are an important learning environment at Wheaton. Students study together, socialize and relax with friends, build life-long friendships and work through the issues associated with living in a community. Each residence hall has a staff of Resident Advisors who initiate social events, faculty-led discussions, potluck dinners, intramural teams, and groups to attend campus-wide events.
For current residents, please refer to the Housing Calendar for a schedule of important dates.