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  • Campus Dining | Wheaton
    Local Delicious Food for thought flavor for well being That s what you ll find at our expansive dining hall Anderson Commons offers wide windows cozy fireplaces and tables for 6 to 2 which always can be rearranged to make room for more Perhaps you ll gather with others from your dorm or dine with a professor perhaps a last minute table shared will lead to a whole new friendship But most definitely the tasty balanced meals will satisfy Wheaton s award winning Cafe Bon Appétit food service which is consistently ranked as among the best in the nation offers delicious food that s good for you the animals the workers the community and the Earth It s fare for a sustainable future by which we mean your future and the world s Your meals will be locally and sustainably grown raised humanely made from scratch customized to meet nutritional and dietary needs as well as allergy restrictions Today s Menu Wondering what s on the menu at Anderson Commons today The menu is available from Bon Appetit Campus Dining Meal Plans There are a variety of meal plans available to students Choose the one that s right for you Sam s and the Stupe And if you simply want to grab a snack between classes at Sam s Coffee Shop and Snack Bar or nosh on a salad or a burger while studying with friends at the historic Stupe Cafe both located in the Beamer Center well these alternate spots to grab a bite can play important roles in your meal plan too Campus Dining Bon Appetit Wheaton s food is first class thanks in large part to our food service Bon Appetit More Residence Life Meal Plan Changes Make changes to your meal plan with this online form

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  • Calendar | Wheaton
    ends with dinner 5 Sat All campus housing closes for spring break at 10 00am 12 Sat Campus housing opens at 3 00pm Regular meal plan begins at dinner 25 Fri Good Friday Campus housing and dining hall remain open May 2016 5 Thurs Regular meal plan ends with dinner 6 Fri All campus housing closes at 5 00pm for students without approval to remain for Commencement participation or summer housing 7 Sat Students participating in Commencement but not graduating themselves or those transitioning to summer housing must have their room checked out by their residence life staff by 5 00pm 8 Sun Residence Halls close at 5 00pm for students participating in Commencement but not graduating themselves 9 Mon Noon Summer Housing Opens 5 00pm Housing closes for graduating seniors 12 00 3 00pm Summer housing check in August 2016 3 Wed Wheaton Passage students drop off belongings 10 00am 2 00pm Wilderness Track 6 Sat Wheaton Passage students drop off belongings 10 00am 2 00pm Urban Track 7 Sun Authorized students leaders arrive SAO OMD OCO 2 00 4 00pm 10 Wed Wheaton Passage students drop off belongings 10am 2pm Camp Track 14 Sun Authorized students only arrive 2 00 5 00pm 15 Mon Authorized students only arrive 2 00 5 00pm 16 Tues No authorized check in time for early arrivals 17 Wed Authorized students only arrive 2 00 5 00pm 18 Thurs New Passage Conservatory and Third Culture students arrive 2 00 4 00pm 19 Fri New students arrive 9 00am 4 00pm 20 Sat Authorized students only arrive 3 00 5 00pm 21 Sun Housing opens for continuing students 2 00 5 00pm 22 Mon Continuing students arrive 2 00 5 00pm 22 Mon Meal Plan begins with breakfast 23 Tues Continuing students arrive 2 00 5 00pm 24 Wed Classes begin 26 Fri Last day to change meal plan by 4 30pm October 2016 17 19 Mon Wed Fall break Campus housing and dining hall remain open November 2016 23 25 Wed Fri Thanksgiving Campus housing and dining hall remain open December 2016 16 Thurs Regular meal plan ends with dinner 17 Fri All campus housing closes 12 00 noon January 2017 5 Thurs New and consortium students may move into housing between 2 5pm Orientation meals begin with dinner 7 Sat Campus housing opens for all continuing and deferred students at 3pm Regular meal plan begins with dinner 9 Mon Classes begin 13 Fri Last day to change meal plan by 4 30pm March 2017 3 Fri Regular meal plan ends with dinner 4 Sat All campus housing closes for spring break at 10 00 am 11 Sat Campus housing opens at 3 00pm Regular meal plan begins at dinner April 2017 14 Fri Good Friday Easter Break Housing remains open May 2017 4 Thurs Regular meal plan ends with dinner 5 Fri All campus housing closes at 5pm for students without approval to remain for Commencement participation or summer housing 6 Sat

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  • Costs | Wheaton
    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 Living at Wheaton Costs Costs Menu Meet and Contact Us Housing Options Campus Dining Calendar Costs Policies and Frequently Asked Questions Online Forms Campus Residence Map Residential Philosophy and Policy The rates for the 2015 2016 school year per semester are as follows Single Undergraduate Students Single Res Hall Room 2 915 Double Triple Quad Res Hall Room 2 705 Apartment 2 915 House 2 915 New townhomes Houses 3170 Grad Married Students Grad Single Student Apartment 2 915 1 BR Apt Married Couple 5 180 2 BR Apt Family 6 145 Family House 6 855 Meal Plans 18 Meal 210 Block 1 895 includes 50 Thunder Bucks 14 Meal 160 Block 1 725 includes 50 Thunder Bucks 10 Meal 1 590 includes 50 Thunder Bucks 65 Block 660 Wheaton College Campus Information Lodging and Maps Find helpful information for your visit including campus maps More Families and Parents Parent Engagement As partners in the educational process we hope you gain a meaningful connection to your student and to life at Wheaton College through Alumni Parent Engagement 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

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  • Policies and Frequently Asked Questions | Wheaton
    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 Living at Wheaton Policies and Frequently Asked Questions Policies and Frequently Asked Questions Menu Meet and Contact Us Housing Options Campus Dining Calendar Costs Policies and Frequently Asked Questions Frequently Asked Questions Online Forms Campus Residence Map Residential Philosophy and Policy Related Links Student Handbook PDF If you have additional questions that aren t addressed here please contact the Residence Life Office at residence life wheaton edu or 630 752 5427 Residence Life and Housing s policies and procedures may be found in the current Student Handbook PDF Disclaimer The Student Handbook serves as a general reference guide regarding Wheaton College s policies procedures and services While every effort is made to verify the accuracy of information Student Development and Graduate Student Care reserve the right to revise amend or change items set out in this Handbook without notice The Vice President for Student Development and Associate Dean of Student Care Services have discretion to modify procedures used for a special investigation or adjudication as circumstances warrant Where there is disagreement as to the interpretation of the provisions of this handbook the interpretation by the Vice President for Student Development is final Nothing in this handbook is intended to nor does establish any contractual obligation on the part of the College 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

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  • Online Forms | Wheaton
    Club Sports Sports and Recreation Complex Centers Institutes Arena Theater Artist Series Billy Graham 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 Student Life Living at Wheaton Online Forms Online Forms Menu Meet and Contact Us Housing Options Campus Dining Calendar Costs Policies and Frequently Asked Questions Online Forms Submit Off Campus Address Campus Residence Map Residential Philosophy and Policy Submit Off Campus Address All undergraduate students who have been granted off campus housing approval are required to submit their local address information to the Residence Life Office by the end of the first week of each semester 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 of the Arts Conservatory of Music Exhibits Musical Performances Theater Venues Athletics Thunder

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  • Residential Philosophy and Policy | Wheaton
    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 Living at Wheaton Residential Philosophy and Policy Residential Philosophy and Policy Menu Meet and Contact Us Housing Options Campus Dining Calendar Costs Policies and Frequently Asked Questions Online Forms Campus Residence Map Residential Philosophy and Policy The philosophy of Wheaton s Residence Life program originates from the College s mission to develop whole and effective Christians Wheaton College is committed to the residential housing model and views it as a powerful extension of the classroom Students have the opportunity to transition through various campus communities as they move from the freshmen and sophomore communities to upperclass halls to the junior and senior apartment communities We believe that when students experience authentic community of loving one another and bearing one another s burden lives are transformed Our hope is that students learn more about themselves value the differences of others in community grow spiritually and catch the vision for living the rest of their lives in authentic community Because of its belief in the importance of residential living Wheaton College requires all undergraduate students to live in campus housing Exceptions are made for married students students living at home with their parents and students who attend the College on a part time basis 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

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  • Residence Life

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  • Frequently Asked Questions | Wheaton
    want to store boxes over the summer Space limitations vary by residence hall contact the Residence Director for more information Residence Halls provide limited bike storage on a first come first serve basis throughout the academic year and over the summer Each campus apartment is assigned a basement storage cage which is approximately 6 x3 x6 Summer storage is only available to students who are continuing their enrollment the following fall semester See the Policies page for more information Can guests visit me stay in my residence hall room apartment house No overnight guest of the opposite sex is permitted at any time in student housing All guests of the student should be the student s peers and friends Parents and other adults should not be invited to stay in College housing Guests are limited to three day visits and guests in the residence halls must be registered with the Resident Assistant Wheaton does not offer any other guest housing How do I change my meal plan Meal plan changes may be made until 4 30PM on Friday of the first week of classes each semester Changes must be made online or in writing and sent to the Housing Services Office Student Services Building 218 Changes sent only to the Student Accounts Office or the Wheaton Installment Program will not be honored How do I resolve a roommate conflict Speak directly to the person with whom you are having conflict Identify the area causing conflict for you and identify the options that will help the conflict be resolved Seek input from the person with whom you are in conflict to understand the conflict from his her perspective and to hear his her ideas about how to resolve the conflict Discuss solutions until all persons agree on understandable and attainable solutions that to the best degree possible will help all persons in conflict be resolved If the suggestions above have not worked or you feel intimidated by the person s with whom you are in conflict seek out the help of a friend or staff member at the College such as a Resident Assistant Graduate Resident Adviser or Residence Director who are trained to help you work toward resolving the conflict How do I get involved in my residence hall community life Living in community works best when you are willing to initiate relationships with those around you This can be challenging especially at first when it may seem strange or awkward to introduce yourself or knock on the door of someone you don t yet know In the process of getting to know the people you live with and around however you will begin to see areas where others may need your encouragement or where you may need theirs Seek ways to reach out and be available both to encourage others and to receive encouragement You may also volunteer your time to help serve your peers in the residence halls through the Community Life Council or through your Resident Assistant

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