These are the following policy updates recently sent out to the Wheaton Community. In-person and hybrid events will be allowed on-campus at Wheaton as of Feb. 22 with students being able to […]
Wheaton Students Protest Mandatory Mental Health Training Module, Administration Responds, Making the Training Optional
Following concerns expressed by students, Dean of Students Zachary Irish and Director of Counseling & Health Services Valeria Tobia announced today that they plan to make the EverFi mental health module optional, rather than mandatory as first announced.
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Two Students, One Non-Student Member of the Wheaton Community Test Positive at the Start of the Spring Semester
According to Wheaton College’s on-campus testing results on the college’s website, at the conclusion of the first full day of classes, two students and one non-student member of the community had tested […]
Wheaton College Reopens for the Spring Semester, Asks that Returning Students Abide by the Following Community Commitment
As members of the Wheaton community, we all share the responsibility of ensuring that “we may have life and have it abundantly.” In the midst of COVID-19, this means actively working to […]
Scenario 1: Black man Scenario 2: White man (Read the scenarios again in Part 1!) “Abolish the police,” became a rallying cry around 1988. Prior to this, the creation of the police […]
Though the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the year 2020 more than anything else, there have been many life-changing events that have been overlooked due to the overarching attention the pandemic has stolen […]
All but two members of Wheaton College’s on-campus police force, Public Safety, were recently laid off by the administration and replaced with a private security firm. On Jan 11., Public Safety partnered […]
A copy of the 2020 Wheaton College Annual Security and Fire Safety Report was made available on Monday of this past week by Public Safety. The report includes statistics for 2017, 2018, and 2019 calendar years.
Wheaton College President Dennis Hanno will step down late in the calendar year of 2021.