Wheaton College is a selective college of liberal arts and sciences located in Norton, Massachusetts, with about 1,700 students from 40 states and 50+ countries. Committed to engaged academics and real-world learning, Wheaton guarantees funding for every student to participate in an internship, research or volunteer project. It's part of The Wheaton Edge—a personalized and active educational experience that leads to amazing outcomes: Within six months of graduation, 97 percent of Wheaton students find success in a first job or graduate school. Wheaton has been named one of the top 50 liberal arts colleges in the U.S. by Times Higher Education and the Wall Street Journal, and a Princeton Review Best Value College. >
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A Wheaton education is personal—it looks different for every student, and you’ll discover what your path looks like with the help of the many people and resources available here. Your education, both in and out of the classroom, will help you think critically, forge connections, develop professional skills and build a network for life. Wheaton offers Early Decision I and II, Early Action and Regular Decision and has been test optional for over 25 years. Visit wheatoncollege.edu/admission/apply/ for more information about application requirements and deadlines.
Students may wish to submit additional materials such as creative arts portfolios or other student work and projects in order to support their application and provide the admission committee with evidence of particular strengths, talents or interests.
Wheaton's vibrant community is a result of the incredible experiences, passions and interests of its members. Transfer students are an essential part of our community. Wherever you are in your college journey, Wheaton welcomes you and invites you to connect with our transfer counselors. Applicants who have matriculated at another collegiate institution, regardless of completed work, are considered transfer candidates. Transfer applicant deadlines are November 15 for spring entry and May 1 for fall entry. Visit wheatoncollege.edu/admission/transfer/ for more information about application requirements and deadlines.
As a result, Wheaton graduates report a 98 percent success rate in launching careers and pursuing advanced education within six months of graduation.
Located halfway between Boston, Massachusetts and Providence, Rhode Island, come see us, meet our students, talk to our professors and coaches, attend an information session and/or take a tour. Join us online for a variety of virtual experiences at wheatoncollege.edu/admission/visiting-wheaton/>
Wheaton College puts the liberal arts into action. We provide incredible opportunities and individual guidance to help students apply what they are learning in the classroom to internships, research, developing businesses and other real-world experiences.