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  • Connecting to the Network | Wheaton
    Resources Google Accounts Graduating Students Internet Browsers Event Support New Student Checklist Office 365 Subscription Password Center Phones and Conferencing Printing Tech Talks ThunderCloud Services Updating Contact Information Computers Phones and Tablets Connect your device to WC Internet and log in with your network username Open a web browser Our system will redirect you to https registration wheaton edu If you are not redirected or you get an error saying that the connection is not private navigate to https registration wheaton edu directly Enter your username and password and follow the on screen prompts to register your device If you are registering a mobile device or tablet you will need to restart before you will be able to connect If you are registering a computer the Bradford Persistent Agent will download when you select Register My Device In order to connect to our network run the install file and then enter your username and password into the prompt that appears on your screen Gaming Consoles Printers and E Readers Before you start registration find the MAC address or physical address of your device Connect your device to WC Manual On a computer that is already registered and connecting to our network navigate to https registration wheaton edu Click on the link that reads Click here to register a gaming console Enter your network username and password along with the MAC address of your device Select the device type and click Register If you are able to successfully register restart your device If you need help registering your device please fill out the Register My Device form If you are having trouble look at our System Status page to check the status of the campus network Report a wireless issue if you cannot connect in a certain location or if you

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Services/Academic-and-Institutional-Technology/Support-and-Services/Connecting-to-the-Network (2016-02-16)
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  • Copyright Infringement | Wheaton
    Whistle blower Institutional Review Board Your Right to Know Unauthorized distribution of copyrighted material including unauthorized peer to peer file sharing may subject students to civil and criminal liabilities A summary of the penalties for violation of federal copyright laws is provided below Summary of Civil and Criminal Penalties for Violation of Federal Copyright Laws Copyright infringement is the act of exercising without permission or legal authority one or more of the exclusive rights granted to the copyright owner under section 106 of the Copyright Act Title 17 of the United States Code These rights include the right to reproduce or distribute a copyrighted work In the file sharing context downloading or uploading substantial parts of a copyrighted work without authority constitutes an infringement Penalties for copyright infringement include civil and criminal penalties In general anyone found liable for civil copyright infringement may be ordered to pay either actual damages or statutory damages affixed at not less than 750 and not more than 30 000 per work infringed For willful infringement a court may award up to 150 000 per work infringed A court can in its discretion also assess costs and attorneys fees For details see Title 17 United States Code Sections 504 505 Willful copyright infringement can also result in criminal penalties including imprisonment of up to five years and fines of up to 250 000 per offense For more information please see the U S Copyright Office website Wheaton College s policies with respect to unauthorized peer to peer file sharing including disciplinary actions that are taken against students who engage in illegal downloading or unauthorized distribution of copyrighted materials using the school s information technology system are defined in the Terms and Conditions for Computer Accounts Usage Acceptable Use Policy For the legal alternatives for downloading or otherwise acquiring copyrighted material please reference the Wheaton College Copyright Guide How to Notify us about a Copyright Infringement Claim E mail may be sent to dmcaagent wheaton edu Mail may be sent to Terry Huttenlock Buswell Library Wheaton College 510 Irving Avenue Wheaton Il 60187 Phone 630 752 5352 Fax 630 752 5855 The notice must include A physical or electronic signature of the person alleging the infringement Identification of the copyrighted work claimed to be infringed or if multiple copyrighted works at a single online site are covered by a single notification a representative list of such works at that site Identification of the material that is claimed to be infringing with information reasonably sufficient to permit the service provider to locate the material Information reasonably sufficient to permit the service provider to contact the complaining party such as an address telephone number and electronic mail address A statement that the complaining party has a good faith belief that use of the material is not authorized by the copyright owner its agent or the law A statement that the information in the notification is accurate and under penalty of perjury that the complaining party is authorized to

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Disclosures/Copyright-Infringement (2016-02-16)
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  • Costs 2016-2017 | Wheaton
    2674 Local 630 752 5021 Fax 630 752 5413 finaid wheaton edu Direct Costs Per Year Tuition 34 050 Avg Room Rates 5 650 Board 3 910 Total Direct Costs 43 610 Indirect Costs Per Year estimated Books 800 Personal Misc 1 300 Transportation 600 Living Expenses N A Total Indirect Costs 2 700 TOTAL DIRECT AND INDIRECT Amount used to determine financial aid 46 310 These costs reflect those of a dependent undergraduate student living in a dorm Direct costs will be billed by Student Accounts These do not include any extra course fees such as Conservatory fees Room and board costs may vary depending on options chosen Exception Room is not a direct cost when a student is living off campus Indirect costs are estimated and will not be billed by Student Accounts The actual costs may be greater or lower depending on the individual situation Costs Terms Financial Aid Budget The financial aid budget as shown above includes the costs that are used in determining financial aid eligibility Billed Costs Billed costs are the costs that are billed directly through the Student Accounts Office Payment Plan Budget The budget used when participating in the payment plan should only include billed costs The payment plan budget is NOT the same as the Financial Aid budget Situations with Modified Financial Aid Budgets The undergraduate financial aid budget costs in the table above represent the most common student situation at Wheaton College The following scenarios are examples of when the costs used in a financial aid budget are adjusted Most of these adjustments are to indirect costs meaning they are estimates of average expenses only The financial aid budget used for each student can be viewed at their my wheaton edu account Personal Misc is estimated at 1 900 instead of 1 300 for independent undergraduate students Room and Board is estimated at 3 200 instead of 9 560 for undergraduate students who live at home with parents relatives or under other rent free arrangements during the school year This is an estimate of indirect expenses room and board is not paid to Wheaton College in this situation Students in the Conservatory of Music have estimated average course fees of 2 600 added to the their financial aid budget Students in the College of Arts Sciences completing a BA in Music have estimated average course fees of 2 300 added to their financial aid budget Transportation is estimated at 2 400 instead of 600 for dependent undergraduate students whose parents live outside the 48 contiguous United States Tuition and book costs are lower for students enrolled less than full time Undergraduate Apply for Financial Aid Once you have determined your eligibility and reviewed scholarships and loans available to you start the application process More Finance Your Education Scholarships and Aid Wheaton offers need based aid merit awards and other aid options to help you pay for the cost of your education Learn more about what s available to you More

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Admissions-and-Aid/Financial-Aid/Cost (2016-02-16)
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  • Counseling Center | Wheaton
    Arts Conference Services Center for Urban Engagement HoneyRock Humanitarian Disaster Institute Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals Marion E Wade Center Opus The Art of Work WETN The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies Wheaton Center for Faith Politics and Economics Wheaton College Trust Company N A Home Student Life Student Care Counseling Center Counseling Center Counseling aimed to meet the needs of the Wheaton College Community Menu Academic and Disability Services Counseling Center Services Our Staff Practicum Program Resources Sexual Assault Response and Prevention Student Health Services Student Health Insurance Refuge Counseling Center Armerding Hall 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5321 counseling center wheaton edu Wheaton College Counseling Center WCCC staff members are Christians who see their work as foundationally Christ centered Counseling is an activity endorsed by God to help people who are distressed uncertain and hurting It is a global practice required of the church at large and aimed at obeying the Scriptural mandate to Bear one another s burdens and so fulfill the law of Christ Galatians 6 2 Within this perspective the WCCC integrates counseling techniques that are consistent with the Christian faith and empirical counseling research The staff members at the WCCC are expected to adhere to the standards of professional ethics prescribed by Wheaton College and the APA ACA codes of ethics Share This Page Feedback Media Center Giving to Wheaton Back to Top About Wheaton Value of a Wheaton Education Wheaton People Mission Statement of Faith and Educational Purpose Community Covenant College Profile Christ Centered Diversity Leadership Technology at Wheaton History Wheaton Worldwide Campus Map and Information Admissions Aid Undergraduate Admissions Graduate Admissions International Students Visit Wheaton Financial Aid Academics The Liberal Arts Departments and Programs Graduate School Global and Experiential Learning Faculty Library and Archives Centers

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Student-Life/Student-Care/Counseling-Center (2016-02-16)
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  • Crime Statistics | Wheaton
    Archives Billy Graham Center Museum Bookstore Buswell Memorial Library Center for Vocation and Career Center for Applied Christian Ethics College Archives and Special Collections Buswell Library Community School of the Arts Conference Services Center for Urban Engagement HoneyRock Humanitarian Disaster Institute Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals Marion E Wade Center Opus The Art of Work WETN The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies Wheaton Center for Faith Politics and Economics Wheaton College Trust Company N A Home Offices and Services Crime Statistics Crime Statistics Wheaton College Public Safety prepares the Annual Security Report to comply with the Campus Security Act of 1990 more commonly known as the Clery Act Menu Mission and Objectives Parking Regulations Crime Statistics Solicitation Policy The Public Safety department prepares the Annual Security Report to comply with the Campus Security Act of 1990 more commonly known as the Clery Act The ASR includes several college policies related to campus safety including Fire and Safety Report data for three previous years Crime Statistics Security Report Emergency Response and Evacuation Plan Violence Against Women s Act Save Act College Policy and Procedures The full report is available in PDF format Share This Page Feedback Media Center Giving to Wheaton Back to Top About Wheaton Value of a Wheaton Education Wheaton People Mission Statement of Faith and Educational Purpose Community Covenant College Profile Christ Centered Diversity Leadership Technology at Wheaton History Wheaton Worldwide Campus Map and Information Admissions Aid Undergraduate Admissions Graduate Admissions International Students Visit Wheaton Financial Aid Academics The Liberal Arts Departments and Programs Graduate School Global and Experiential Learning Faculty Library and Archives Centers and Institutes Course Catalog Academic Services Academic Calendar Student Life Living at Wheaton Spiritual Life Student Activities Multicultural Development Christian Outreach Sports and Recreation Student Care MyWheaton Arts Academics Art

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Offices/Public-Safety-old/Crime-Statistics (2016-02-16)
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  • Discipleship Small Groups | Wheaton
    Small Group ministry consists of groups that are uniquely designed to provide Wheaton College students the safety of a trusted group where faith struggles and personal needs can be shared as they journey together with and towards Christ Menu Chapel Chaplain Discipleship Small Groups Connect with us on Facebook Discipleship Small Groups small groups my wheaton edu Spiritual growth is a community project The most powerful context for growth is a group of followers of Christ committed to pursuing love for God and one another together This is especially true in college Much of the deep learning and transformation that happens during the college years happens outside the classroom in conversations between friends Transformation happens when someone takes a risk and shares something vulnerable when there is enough safety for people to wrestle with difficult ideas and in the laughter and joy of a community that can let their guard down with one another This is the context where people can speak the truth in love to one another and so grow to become in every respect the mature body of him who is the head that is Christ Ephesians 4 15 This kind of community is what DSG seeks to foster The goal for each group is to foster what matters most in life honesty prayer accountability ministry to others support spiritual growth understanding of the Bible encouragement and friendship DSG is a small group ministry overseen by Ray Chang Ministry Associate for Discipleship for the Chaplain s office Join a DSG Each student led group consists of 4 6 members If you are interested in being involved in a DSG group there are two ways to get into one If you are living in Smith Traber or Fischer you can sign up on your floors at the beginning of the year If you are an upperclassman you can gather a group of friends to form a group and contact Ray Chang for resources training and support Apply to be a DSG Leader DSG also emphasizes leadership development One of the ways we grow most is when we lead Leadership stretches us helps us see our gifts and our weaknesses and pushes us to become more dependent on God s strength We provide mentoring and training for all DSG leaders with the aim of developing them as future spiritual leaders in the church There are three leadership positions in DSG Small Group Leader Floor Leader and Cabinet DSG Small Group Leader Each group has two leaders who facilitate the group conversation each week Online application DSG Coaches Coaches are juniors and seniors who oversee all the small groups on one floor offering support coaching and encouragement to leaders Online application DSG Cabinet The DSG Cabinet is a group of six Coaches who also help cast vision and help train other leaders on campus They work closely with the DSG Coordinator and GRA Online application Share This Page Feedback Media Center Giving to Wheaton Back to Top About Wheaton Value

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Student-Life/Spiritual-Life/Discipleship-Small-Group (2016-02-16)
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  • Edman Chapel | Wheaton
    Center for Evangelism Billy Graham Center Archives Billy Graham Center Museum Bookstore Buswell Memorial Library Center for Vocation and Career Center for Applied Christian Ethics College Archives and Special Collections Buswell Library Community School of the Arts Conference Services Center for Urban Engagement HoneyRock Humanitarian Disaster Institute Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals Marion E Wade Center Opus The Art of Work WETN The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies Wheaton Center for Faith Politics and Economics Wheaton College Trust Company N A Home About Wheaton Campus Map and Information Campus Buildings Edman Chapel Edman Chapel Menu Adams Hall Buswell Memorial Library Todd M Beamer Student Center Billy Graham Center Blanchard Hall Edman Chapel McAlister Hall Memorial Student Center Meyer Science Center Pierce Chapel Sports and Recreation Complex Marion E Wade Center Westgate North of Pierce Chapel on the northeast corner of Washington and Franklin streets is Edman Memorial Chapel named for Wheaton s fourth president V Raymond Edman 1940 1965 This large auditorium seating more than 2400 people is the site of campus chapels concerts commencements and various community related events such as the Artist Series Share This Page Feedback Media Center Giving to Wheaton Back to Top About Wheaton Value of a Wheaton Education Wheaton People Mission Statement of Faith and Educational Purpose Community Covenant College Profile Christ Centered Diversity Leadership Technology at Wheaton History Wheaton Worldwide Campus Map and Information Admissions Aid Undergraduate Admissions Graduate Admissions International Students Visit Wheaton Financial Aid Academics The Liberal Arts Departments and Programs Graduate School Global and Experiential Learning Faculty Library and Archives Centers and Institutes Course Catalog Academic Services Academic Calendar Student Life Living at Wheaton Spiritual Life Student Activities Multicultural Development Christian Outreach Sports and Recreation Student Care MyWheaton Arts Academics Art For God s Sake Community School

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/About-Wheaton/Map/Buildings/Edman-Chapel (2016-02-16)
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  • Education | Wheaton
    certification at Wheaton College Learn More Teaching Diverse Students Sara Vroom ESL instructor will be teaching a new course focusing on preparing educators for the cultural and linguistic diversity of students Learn More Home Academics Departments and Programs Education Education The Department of Education at Wheaton College prepares educators who teach and lead for human flourishing Menu Overview Faculty and Staff Teacher Licensure Programs Master of Arts in Teaching Courses FAQs for Prospective Students Opportunities News and Announcements For Current Students The Wheaton College model for teacher education includes a developmentally appropriate curriculum structured around experiences and theoretical constructs which cultivate and promote scholarship service and reform The Wheaton Teacher Education Program WheTEP is an experience oriented program based on the liberal arts The conceptual framework for the program is Preparing Educators Who Teach and Lead for Human Flourishing In order to develop teachers to the best of their potential Wheaton provides students with opportunities for hands on experience in the classroom as well as instruction and mentorship from teachers and professors The Education Department partners with the Cleveland Public Elementary School in Chicago international teaching organizations and HoneyRock to provide a wide range of teaching experiences for its students With accreditation from the Illinois State Board of Education and the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation Wheaton prepares students to be teachers through initial licenses in Elementary Secondary and K 12 Special Music and Foreign Language Education Wheaton also offers a Master of Arts in Teaching through the graduate program Education Department Undergraduate Studies The Education Department has three certificate programs available for students interested in majoring in education More Education Department Graduate Studies The Master of Arts in Teaching prepares students for certification in either Elementary or Secondary Education More Dr Paul Egeland What makes studying education

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Departments/Education (2016-02-16)
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