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  • Financial Aid | Wheaton
    scenarios to see how financial aid can help students from a variety of financial backgrounds More FAQs and Tips Review our financial aid tips and find answers to frequently asked questions More Announcements Wheaton College on Princeton Review s 2015 list of Colleges that Pay You Back Check out our list of outside scholarships Fall 2016 transfer students apply for aid by March 1st The FSA ID has replaced the FAFSA PIN Find more information here Home Admissions and Aid Financial Aid Financial Aid Financing Your Wheaton Education Welcome to Wheaton College Financial Aid We understand that an investment into schooling is also an investment into your future and we are committed to helping make your Wheaton education possible Going through the financial aid process takes time but here are many resources to help you get started Menu Undergraduate Students Graduate Students Parents and Families Costs Financial Aid Tools FAQs and Tips Contact Us Disclosures Financial Aid Student Services Building 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone Toll Free 800 362 2674 Local 630 752 5021 Fax 630 752 5413 finaid wheaton edu Related Links Undergraduate Admissions Quick Links Undergraduates Graduates View and Accept Your Financial Aid Award Apply for Financial Aid 2016 17 2016 17 Financial Aid Forms Scholarships and Aid Providing Tax Information Helpful Outside Resources Loan Quick Links Applying for Graduate Aid Graduate School Costs for Financial Aid Graduate Financial Aid Forms Other Financial Aid Options Scholarships Billy Graham Center Scholarship Program Loans Loan Quick Links Undergraduate Financial Aid Net Price Calculator Fill out the net price calculator for an estimate of the amount of aid available for you More Undergraduate Students Apply Today More Share This Page Feedback Media Center Giving to Wheaton Back to Top About Wheaton Value of a Wheaton Education Wheaton People Mission

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  • Academics | Wheaton
    IL 60187 5593 Phone 630 752 5000 Map Map URL Arts Sciences Conservatory Global Experiential Learning Graduate Programs Arts and Sciences Ancient Languages Anthropology Applied Health Science Applied Math Major Art Department Biblical and Theological Studies Department Biblical Archaeology Biology Business and Economics Department Chemistry Christian Formation and Ministry Communication Computer Science Conservatory of Music Economics Education Engineering Liberal Arts English Department Environmental Science Foreign Languages Department French Geology and Environmental Science German History Department History Social Science Interdisciplinary Studies International Relations Mathematics and Computer Science Department Nursing Liberal Arts Philosophy Physics Department Politics and International Relations Department Psychology Major Sociology and Anthropology Department Spanish Urban Studies Special Programs Asian Studies Program of Study IDS Engineering Liberal Arts Environmental Science HNGR Human Needs and Global Resources HoneyRock Military Science ROTC Nursing Liberal Arts Pre Health Professions Pre Law Science Teacher Education Wheaton College Science Station Certificates Earn a specialized certificate while completing your baccalaureate degree Certificate in Early Christian Studies Gender Studies HNGR Human Needs and Global Resources Journalism Certificate Military Science ROTC Pre Law The Conservatory of Music Visit The Conservatory of Music to learn about the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Arts degrees offered Visit Global and Experiential Learning for information on study abroad or off campus learning opportunities Visit the Graduate School for additional information on graduate programs Doctoral Degrees Ph D in Biblical Theological Studies Psy D in Clinical Psychology Master of Arts Degrees M A in Biblical Archaeology M A in Biblical Exegesis M A in Biblical Studies M A in Christian Formation and Ministry M A in Clinical Mental Health Counseling M A in Evangelism and Leadership M A in History of Christianity M A in Intercultural Studies M A in Marriage and Family Therapy M A in Missional Church Movements M A

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  • The Liberal Arts at Wheaton College | Wheaton
    17 Therefore learning is a form of worship for us As we explore the wonders of the world through the natural sciences and ponder the mysteries of the human condition in the humanities and social sciences we come to a deeper knowledge and greater love of our Creator God and Savior Lord We also come to a wiser knowledge of ourselves as we discover the particular gifts and unique passions God has given to each of us For learning to have its full effect on the mind body and soul it must not be narrowly directed to a particular career but widely oriented to forming the whole person for all of life s vocations A Wheaton education is not designed to prepare students for a mere livelihood but for a good and meaningful life To this end we require our students to learn broadly while at the same time inviting them to study more deeply in the discipline s they love the most By God s grace in doing this they become more fully the kingdom citizens that God has designed and called them to become The Instrumental Benefits of a Liberal Arts Education In addition to its intrinsic value a Christ centered liberal education also has many practical benefits that most graduates reap over a lifetime of kingdom service and gospel witness These include but are not limited to Highly marketable skills that perennially lead the list for prospective employers such as analytical reading critical thinking persuasive oral communication effective writing and innovative collaborative problem solving Strong academic credentials that open doors to top graduate programs where a majority of our alumni go on to receive the more specialized training of a professional education A strong foundation in moral virtue and ethical reasoning that builds character fosters integrity strengthens relationships promotes stewardship and earns respect outside as well as inside the church A breadth of preparation that gives graduates the versatility to excel in a wide variety of callings over a lifetime of work and ministry including their service in jobs that have yet to be created Whole person development that enables graduates to maximize their God given talents and provide exceptional leadership For Christ and His Kingdom at home at church in the marketplace and in the wider world Our History From its founding Wheaton has prized an educational tradition that began in ancient Greece and was brought under the lordship of Jesus Christ in the early centuries of the church Liberal comes from the Latin term liber meaning free Liberal education originally gave the citizens of a democracy a rare privilege when slavery was common the moral and intellectual preparation they needed to serve as leaders of a free society For Christians who belong to an eternal dominion this ideal was expanded to include preparation for free faithful and fruitful citizenship in the kingdom of God Our Curriculum Wheaton College carries this noble tradition forward into the 21st century through a rigorous and capacious general education curriculum

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  • Departments and Programs | Wheaton
    Graduate Programs Arts and Sciences Ancient Languages Anthropology Applied Health Science Applied Math Major Art Department Biblical and Theological Studies Department Biblical Archaeology Biology Business and Economics Department Chemistry Christian Formation and Ministry Communication Computer Science Conservatory of Music Economics Education Engineering Liberal Arts English Department Environmental Science Foreign Languages Department French Geology and Environmental Science German History Department History Social Science Interdisciplinary Studies International Relations Mathematics Nursing Liberal Arts Philosophy Physics Department Politics and International Relations Department Psychology Major Sociology and Anthropology Department Spanish Urban Studies Special Programs Asian Studies Program of Study IDS Engineering Liberal Arts Environmental Science HNGR Human Needs and Global Resources HoneyRock Military Science ROTC Nursing Liberal Arts Science Teacher Education Pre Health Professions Pre Law Wheaton College Science Station Certificates Earn a specialized certificate while completing your baccalaureate degree Certificate in Early Christian Studies Gender Studies HNGR Human Needs and Global Resources Military Science ROTC Pre Law Christian Formation and Ministry Certificates The Conservatory of Music Visit The Conservatory of Music to learn about the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Arts degrees offered Visit Global and Experiential Learning for additional information on many of these programs HNGR Human Needs and Global Resources HoneyRock Wheaton College Science Station Wheaton in Chicago Visit the Graduate School for additional information on graduate programs Doctoral Degrees Ph D in Biblical Theological Studies Psy D in Clinical Psychology Master of Arts Degrees M A in Biblical Archaeology M A in Biblical Exegesis M A in Biblical Studies M A in Christian Formation and Ministry M A in Clinical Mental Health Counseling M A in Evangelism and Leadership M A in History of Christianity M A in Intercultural Studies M A in Marriage and Family Therapy M A in Missional Church Movements M A in TESOL and Intercultural Studies

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  • Graduate School | Wheaton
    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 Academics Graduate School Graduate School Wheaton College Graduate School occupies a unique place within the world of Christian higher education by providing a singular educational experience designed to equip emerging leaders to step into an ever changing world and make an impact Menu 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 Drawing on the values of our Christian liberal arts heritage we offer 16 degree programs in the areas of psychology education ministry and leadership with many courses available in flexible formats that fit the needs of today s adult students You ll work under world class scholars within a diverse community of vibrant faith all the while thoroughly grounded in the authority of the Scriptures and thoughtfully engaged with the broader liberal arts About the Graduate School Find all the information you need about degrees faculty financial aid the admissions process and what it s like to be a student in the Graduate School More 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

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  • Global and Experiential Learning | Wheaton
    Learning Changing perspective and not simply location gaining understanding and not simply collecting experiences Menu The Liberal Arts Departments and Programs Graduate School Global and Experiential Learning Theology of Global and Experiential Learning GEL Gaining a Global Perspective Study Abroad and Off Campus Study Wheaton in Chicago Human Needs and Global Resources HNGR HoneyRock Wheaton College Science Station International Academic Internships and Student Teaching Service Missions and Club Programs Grants and Awards Health Safety and Travel Contact Us Faculty Library and Archives Centers and Institutes Course Catalog Academic Services Academic Calendar Global Experiential Learning Dr Laura Montgomery Dean Armerding 127 501 College Avenue Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 7309 Fax 630 752 7332 GEL wheaton edu Our Mission To develop intercultural competencies that foster effective global citizenship and Christian witness through study and sustained meaningful engagement with others in a manner that reflects the love humility empathy and servanthood of Jesus Christ Initiatives advancing Global and Experiential Learning at Wheaton College Global Study Programs Study in a U S or international cross cultural context deepens and broadens a Wheaton education Options include Wheaton in programs in Chicago and abroad and partner programs in over 30 countries In addition to the Human Needs and Global Resources program several departments also offer opportunities for international internships A competitive student Global Scholar Award is available for students who would like to undertake research or a creative project in an international or cross cultural setting Learn more Faculty and Staff Development Programs Seminars workshops and grants are available to equip and support faculty and staff to bring global perspectives into classroom and co curricular activities Faculty Global Research Awards provide funding for research in global or cross cultural contexts Learn more Why a Global Perspective The Theology of Global Experiential Learning Discover the

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  • Faculty | Wheaton
    Center for Faith Politics and Economics Paul Isihara Professor of Mathematics Back to top J Christine Jeske Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology Karen Johnson Assistant Professor of History Jake Johnson Assistant Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy and MFT Clinical Training Coordinator Keith Johnson Associate Professor of Theology Lee Joiner Associate Professor of Music Violin Chair of String Area Mark Jonas Associate Professor of Education Beth Felker Jones Associate Professor of Theology Stanton Jones Professor of Psychology Provost Back to top K George Kalantzis Professor of Theology Director The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies Ezer Kang Associate Professor of Psychology Kathleen Kastner Professor of Music Percussion Percussion Ensemble Music History Charles Chris B Keil Professor Geology Environmental Science James Kelley Senior Military Science Instructor Ryan Kemp Assistant Professor of Philosophy Christine Goring Kepner Associate Professor of Spanish Hanmee Kim Assistant Professor of History Henry Kim Associate Professor of Sociology IL Hee Kim Associate Professor of Education Bellah Kiteki Visting Assistant Professor of Counseling Timothy Klingler Assistant Professor of Spanish Jovanka Koo Associate Professor of Biology Tiffany Eberle Kriner Associate Professor of English Cynthia Neal Kimball Professor of Psychology Back to top L Jon Laansma Associate Professor of Ancient Languages and New Testament Emily Langan Associate Professor of Communication Timothy Larsen Carolyn and Fred McManis Professor of Christian Thought Gary Larson Associate Professor of Communication Dean of Information and Technology David Lauber Associate Professor of Theology Jillian Lederhouse Professor of Education Gregory Lee Assistant Professor of Theology Senior Fellow The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies Min Dong Paul Lee Norris A Aldeen Chair of Business and Associate Professor of Business Mark Lewis Associate Professor of Communication Raymond Lewis Associate Professor of Biology Alexander Loney Assistant Professor of Ancient Languages Jason Long George F Bennett Associate Professor of Economics Kathryn Long Associate Professor of History Christopher Lorimer Guest Lecturer Voice Benjamin Lovaasen Assistant Professor of Chemistry Stephen Lovett Professor of Mathematics Matthew Lundin Associate Professor of History Roger Lundin Arthur F Holmes Professor of Faith and Learning Allan Lyson Instructor of Military Science Back to top M David Malone Associate Professor of Library Science Michael Mangis Professor of Counseling Daniel Master Professor of Archaeology Scottie May Associate Professor of Christian Formation and Ministry Nicole Mazzarella Associate Professor of English Bryan McGraw Associate Professor of Politics Tracy McKenzie Professor of History Department Chair Angela Fortner McKoy Adjunct Professor of Chemistry Michael McKoy Assistant Professor of Politics and International Relations Jennifer Powell McNutt Associate Professor of Theology and History of Christianity Barrett McRay Associate Professor of Christian Formation and Ministry Department Chair Adam E Miglio Associate Professor of Archaeology Sarah Miglio Director of Core Curriculum Studies and Assistant Professor of History Brian Miller Associate Professor of Sociology Matthew Milliner Assistant Professor of Art History Laura Montgomery Professor of Anthropology Dean of Global and Experiential Learning GEL Douglas Moo Kenneth T Wessner Professor of New Testament Scott Moreau Associate Academic Dean of Wheaton College Graduate School Professor of Intercultural Studies Gregory Morrison Assistant

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  • Library and Archives | Wheaton
    Dorothy Sayers Frederick Buechner and many other Christian luminaries these resources offer a treasure trove of information for students scholars and visitors to study and enjoy Menu 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 Billy Graham Center Archives The Billy Graham Center Archives specializes in collecting and preserving unpublished documents that tell the story of North American Protestant non denominational missions and evangelistic activities especially during the 20th century Collections include Billy Graham s sermons administrative records of organizations Billy Graham Evangelistic Association Africa Inland Mission Overseas Missionary Fellowship Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization and others and conferences Lausanne Congress International Conferences for Itinerant Evangelists papers of evangelists and missionaries Billy Sunday Paul Rader Jim and Elizabeth Elliot Donald McGavran and others and oral histories many with retired missionaries and Billy Graham Center Scholarship recipients from throughout the world Explore the BGC Archives Buswell Memorial Library Buswell Memorial Library provides collections services and study space at two locations on campus the main library building and the third floor of the Billy Graham Center The Buswell web site provides access to the library s digital collections of books journal articles and academic databases The library s physical collections are extensive and interlibrary loan service can provide Wheaton faculty and students with almost any item desired More than 1 400 students visit the main library building each day during the academic year to study meet with a faculty librarian for one on one research assistance use computers and other technology or attend a class Explore the library College Archives College Archives a department of Buswell Library exists to document the history of Wheaton College and its predecessor the Illinois Institute The archives holds papers documents photographs and other materials about the people and events that are part of the college s history Explore College Archives Special Collections Special Collections a department of Buswell Library holds extensive collections on various writers public figures and subjects including Frederick Buechner Jacques Ellul Madeleine L Engle Malcolm Muggeridge Shakespeare in the Christian Tradition the National Association of Evangelicals and Sojourners It also contains the Evangelism Missions collection a research level book collection Explore Special Collections Marion E Wade Center The Marion E Wade Center is a major research collection of materials by and about seven British authors Owen Barfield G K Chesterton C S Lewis George MacDonald Dorothy L Sayers J R R Tolkien and Charles Williams Resources include original manuscripts and letters first and later editions books from the authors personal libraries secondary studies archives sound and video recordings including oral histories photographs artwork dissertations journals and more The Wade Center s small museum features the Lewis family wardrobe the writing desks of C S Lewis and J R R Tolkien and other displays SEVEN The Wade Center s peer reviewed journal has been published since 1980 Programs such as book groups lectures and other events are

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