Wheaton College - MA Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (2)
I truly enjoyed my experience at Wheaton College. The rigorous course work, the challenging topics of my studies, the constant search for diversity between cultures and studies, the relationships with classmate and professors and the attention to tradition, are all key factors when apply me to Simmons College for my Masters of Social Work.
I am very grateful to have graduated from Wheaton College. I had a positive experience academically and socially and felt well-prepared for graduate school and the career that followed. Specifically, I loved being a religion major. The religion department had only three professors and 4-6 majors each year which made it a tight-knit group. I was able to develop great personal relationships with my professors and classmates and had a lot of guidance in classes and for my senior thesis. I do think Wheaton is academically rigorous, but I don't think it is the MOST academically rigorous school. I think it is a place where you can excel academically, but also be in a nurturing environment that is not overly competitive. That atmosphere worked for me. Socially, I enjoyed being at a small school, though it is not for everyone. Overall, I recommend Wheaton for students who want small, personal classes with professors who care a lot about individual students.