WHEATON COLLEGE OF ILLINOIS

United States, Illinois

Established in 1860, Wheaton College is a private liberal art and graduate college located in Wheaton, Illinois. According to Times Magazine, it is known for its twin traditions of quality academics and deep faith. Its main building known as Blanchard hall is made of limestone. It has enrolled more than 550 graduate students, with a student-faculty ratio of 14:1.  The university offers more than 40 major courses in areas such as business, communications, English, biology, biblical studies, political science, international relations, and psychology. They also offer 14 masters of the art program and 2 doctoral programs.

Campus Life

 Wheaton College is spread across 80 acres of land with all the modern and high-tech infrastructure and also has some green space for leisure timing. The university comprises laboratories, research rooms, and a library with more than 10,000 books, cafeterias, and auditoriums for events or meetings. The college is home to the Conservatory of music which is accredited by the National Association of School of Music with a student faculty ratio of 7:1. The college also provides off-campus studying opportunities in Asia, England, Germany, and many more.  They have many different clubs for the students to enhance their learning skills and meet new people.

Noted Alumni

Wheaton College has a vast network of alumni across the globe. Billy Graham (Evangelist), Todd Beamer, Sylvia McNair (Opera Singer), Dennis Hastert (Politician), and Bart Ehrman (American Scholar) are some of the notable alumni of the college.