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  • Other Financial Aid Options | Wheaton
    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 The Wheaton Installment Plan WIP The Wheaton Installment Plan is available for students who wish to make tuition payments throughout the year The Monthly Budget and Deferred Plan are available Please contact the Student Accounts Office to arrange a payment plan Veteran s Benefits Financial aid is available to veterans and their families through the G I Bill War Orphans Educational Law and other programs Widows and children of deceased veterans as well as spouses and children of totally disabled veterans are eligible for educational benefits Further information can be secured from your local Veterans Administration Office Students eligible to receive veterans benefits should complete the necessary forms in the Registrar s Office to certify enrollment to the Veterans Administration Those expecting government checks are reminded that this aid may not be available for two to three months following application Information about Veteran s Benefits is handled by the Registrar s Office Please contact the Registrar at registrar wheaton edu Canadian Student Loans Canadian students should check cooperating banks in their home provinces for further information Denominational Sources Some denominations have scholarship and or loan programs for students who are preparing for full time Christian ministries For further information contact your denomination s headquarters Employee Education Benefits Many companies have a tuition reimbursement program for their employees Be sure to check with your company s Human Resources Department Employment Opportunities The Wheaton area and surrounding areas offer numerous opportunities for employment On campus jobs are also available The Career Development Center provides job listings for suitable part time employment Federal Work Study To be eligible for Federal Work Study FWS a student

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Graduate-School/Financial-Aid/Other-Resources (2016-02-16)
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  • Scholarships | Wheaton
    their program may request a pro rated scholarship amount for the final semester They must be enrolled at least half time and taking credits which will complete their degree Requests will be considered on an individual basis Janice Harrison Psychology Scholarship MA 1 000 3 000 year Awarded to MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Marriage Family Therapy students Awarded to minority students who are US citizens and demonstrate financial need Ph D Scholarship and Research Fellowship PhD Full Tuition and 9 600 year TA stipend Awarded to all PhD students Six students per year Psy D Scholarship PsyD 6 000 or 8 000 year Awarded to all PsyD students Amount determined along with admission offer Must be registered for 10 hrs semester maximum 8 semesters Constance Kay Barth Memorial Psychology Scholarship for Women PsyD 800 1 000 year Need based must complete FAFSA to be eligible Awarded to mature woman seeking Psy D Amount determined along with admission offer Must be registered for 10 hrs semester maximum 8 semesters Burton B Eleanor J Butman Psychology Scholarship PsyD 1 000 2 500 year Need based must complete FAFSA to be eligible Must be registered for 10 hrs semester maximum 8 semesters J Richard Mary C Chase Scholarship PsyD 750 800 year Need based must complete FAFSA to be eligible Student must have completed 1st year of program to be eligible Must be registered for 10 hrs semester maximum 8 semesters Sonneveldt Scholarship PsyD 1 000 4 000 year Student must have a minority racial and or cultural identity Excellence in academic performance Quality of academic preparation Articulated vision for service to the Christian community and to underserved populations Understands the mission of integration of psychology and Christian faith Must be registered for 10 hrs semester maximum 8 semesters Doxazo

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Graduate-School/Financial-Aid/Scholarships (2016-02-16)
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  • Loans | Wheaton
    Resources Academic Services Registrar Services Program Handbooks and Guides Wheaton College Graduate School Financial Aid Loans Loans To help pay for a graduate education students may borrow through one or more of the following loan programs Menu Tuition and Fees Applying for Aid Costs for Financial Aid Scholarships BGC Scholarship Program Graduate Assistantships Loans Federal Loans Perkins Stafford BGC Scholarship Loan Strong Supplemental Loans Loan Repayment Loan Quick Links Other Aid Options 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 Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loans These loans are a student loan in the student s name for educational purposes The loan funds come from the government and loan repayment is deferred while the student is enrolled in school at least half time and during the 6 month grace period after the student either graduates or drops below half time More Billy Graham Center Scholarship Loan Program These scholarships are intended for graduate students preparing to obtain a Master s Degree in order to serve in international ministry or in urban ministry in North America For each year that a graduated student

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  • Loan Quick Links | Wheaton
    Events Campus Resources Academic Services Registrar Services Program Handbooks and Guides Wheaton College Graduate School Financial Aid Loans Loan Quick Links Loan Quick Links Menu Federal Loans Perkins Stafford BGC Scholarship Loan Strong Supplemental Loans Loan Repayment Loan Quick Links Department of Education Direct Loan Website Manage Federal Direct Stafford Loans Unsubsidized and GradPLUS at www studentloans gov IMPORTANT On the website there is important information about browser requirements under What You Need If you do not have a compatible browser various features will not work National Student Loan Data System www nslds ed gov Database for federal student aid including information about outstanding balances loan status disbursements and loan holders Stafford Forms and Links for Unsubsidized and PLUS Loans Entrance Counseling Federal Direct Stafford Fund Loan Return Form Amended Federal Direct Stafford Loan Request Form Direct Stafford Master Promissory Note E sign Exit Counseling Perkins Forms and Links Amended Federal Perkins Loan Request Form complete only if you previously declined Perkins funds that were offered Perkins Loan Return Form complete only if you have already accepted or received Perkins funds and wish to return them Master Promissory Note E Sign New students You will receive notification that the note is ready to sign Entrance Counseling Loan Counseling Note There are some fields that are marked mandatory but may not apply to you Please use n a or na or not applicable to fill them in Exit Counseling Perkins loan master promissory note addendum Billy Graham Center Loan Scholarship TILA Truth in Lending Act Disclosures Master Promissory Note E Sign New students You will receive notification that the note is ready to sign Exit Counseling Other Strong Loan TILA Truth in Lending Act Disclosures Master Promissory Note E Sign New students You will receive notification that the note is ready

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Graduate-School/Financial-Aid/Loans/Loan-Quick-Links (2016-02-16)
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  • Estimate Your College Costs | Wheaton
    College Costs Federal Net Price Calculator Paying for Tuition Financial Aid Scenarios 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 Wheaton offers both merit awards and generous financial aid packages to help fund students educational expenses Determine what aid you might receive by using the tools below While your actual financial aid package could vary these tools provide a reasonable estimate of what you could expect to invest If you have any questions please contact us If you are planning on using Post 9 11 GI Bill benefits for your educational expenses this Net Price Calculator will not accurately reflect the aid your student can receive Instead please see our Post 9 11 GI Bill Yellow Ribbon Program policy PDF Select from the tools below based on the time you have and the accuracy you require at this point in your college search Net Price Calculator Simple estimate based upon historical figures This simple calculator gives a median average of aid given to similar students in past years More Financial Aid Award Calculator Detailed estimate based upon projected application This calculator is more detailed and will provide a more accurate estimate Sign in with your College Board user name and password It should take you no more than 20 minutes to complete More Want to learn more about Wheaton Send us a request about the info you d like to receive and we ll send it your way Please give us your feedback about the calculator Affordability Financial Aid Example Student Scenarios Review our student scenarios to see the types of aid available to you More Undergraduate Students Apply Today More Share This Page Feedback Media Center Giving to Wheaton

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  • Applied Math Major | Wheaton
    Opportunities Quantitative Skills Test What is Applied Math The applied math major offers an option to students who are interested in a thorough program of mathematics that highlights its applications in outside areas with the opportunity to be involved in research projects that address developing world problems integrate the evangelical mission serve the poor benefit the church or promote a humanitarian or social justice cause Modern scientific research is increasingly relying on mathematical and computational tools to complement traditional experimental methods An important focus of the applied math curriculum is put on the techniques of mathematical modeling i e the methods by which a scientific problem is translated into a mathematical framework a model to enable the use of the powerful tools of theoretical mathematics to find a solution During the course of their studies applied math students engage in research projects mentored by faculty in mathematics and or other departments to explore these connections in practical ways Learn more about the curriculum and course descriptions for this major Applied Math Provides Sought After Professional Skills Many industries are progressively becoming more computational relying on mathematical models to assist or replace traditional methods of generating collecting and or analyzing data The use of mathematical and statistical models based on differential equations dynamical systems theory and optimization theory are extremely prevalent in economics engineering and the life sciences Many employers in these industries seek to hire graduates with very strong mathematical and computational skills and who are familiar with the common methods of applying these skills to solving problems in real life situations Learn more about careers in applied math Student Projects Students in the Applied Math major are engaged in a variety of applied projects More Student Highlight Meet the Wheaton College students in the Math Computer Science department More

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Departments/Math-CompSci/Mathematics/Applied-Math-major (2016-02-16)
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  • Biblical Archaeology | Wheaton
    and archaeologically Of particular importance for the Christian is the way in which biblical archaeology provides a foundation for biblical study Today as never before the cultural setting of the biblical text is accessible through archaeological and linguistic discoveries in the Near East By mooring Scripture in ancient lifeways it is possible to clarify and enliven its message while exploring its contemporary relevance In addition to core courses in archaeology history and ancient languages including biblical languages the major requires participation in an approved archaeological excavation and an interdisciplinary emphasis Archaeological Excavation Each summer students can sign up for Wheaton in Israel and learn alongside professors and other archaeologists as they join the Excavation in Ashkelon program and the Tel Shimron Archaeological Survey Ashkelon 2014 Requirements Major in Biblical Archaeology 36 hours beyond the 12 hours from general education requirements BITH 211 or 213 and Greek or Hebrew language competency 20 hours of core requirements including ARCH 325 345 365 366 6 hours of biblical studies in New Testament BITH 451 and 452 OR Old Testament BITH 431 and 443 or 635 6 hours of electives either ARCH 317 with 333x or ARCH 334x with 367 or 369 4 hours of capstone to include ARCH 412 Prerequisite ARCH 211 or 213 and ARCH 365 366 and ARCH 494 Prerequisite ARCH 412 6 hours in a single interdisciplinary emphasis 300 level courses from either Anthropology Sociology Geology Ancient Languages or Theological Studies Minor in Biblical Archaeology Requirements for a minor in Biblical Archaeology are 20 hours including 4 hours from general education requirements BITH 211 or 213 10 hours of core requirements ARCH 365 366 412 6 hours of electives selected from ARCH 317 325 345 367 369 Archaeological Excavation Wheaton in Israel Each summer Wheaton students have the opportunity to

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/Academics/Departments/Theology/Undergraduate-Studies/Biblical-Archaeology (2016-02-16)
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  • Economics | Wheaton
    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 Departments and Programs Business and Economics Majors Economics Major Economics The Economics major is designed to help students develop skills in analysis and decision making by becoming thoroughly grounded in the principles of economic reasoning Menu Economics Major Business Economics Major Through this major you will gain an understanding of the economic relationships forces and patterns that influence the economic order on a global as well as national basis And you will learn to apply economic analysis to a wide range of social and economic issues The economics major provides a broad and versatile base of preparation that is ideal for a life long career in business government law public policy or other professional tracks It also provides excellent background for further graduate study in economics business administration or law For a full list of courses please consult the course catalog Required Courses for Economics Major Microeconomics Macroeconomics Intermediate Microeconomics Intermediate Macroeconomics Calculus Statistics Econometrics Senior Seminar 12 Hours of Economics Major Electives Any of the following electives Econ 345 Money and Banking Econ 361 Evolution of the Global Economy Econ 362 Wealth and Poverty of Nations Econ 364 Health Economics Econ365 Economic Development Growth Econ 366 International Economics Econ 376 Game Theory Econ 378 Economics of Labor Poverty Econ 394 Advanced Econometrics Internship Independent Study 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

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