- Wheelock College, with just 1,200 students, provides a learning environment that is safe, comfortable, and supportive.
- Complete with a dining hall, student center, coffee bar, and sports and fitness center, Wheelock has everything that makes studying at a small college so appealing.
- Wheelock is also a part of the Colleges of the Fenway, a group of six schools all located in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood. These schools, which have a combined enrollment of over 12,000 students, share some facilities, social activities, and student clubs and organizations – everything that makes studying at a large university so appealing
- Be a part of the Colleges of the Fenway community which includes these prestigious schools:
- Wheelock College
- Emmanuel College
- Massachusetts College of Art and Design
- Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University
- Simmons College
- Wentworth Institute of Technology
► Find out more about the Student Life.
- Like most college freshmen, you will live in a residence hall (also called a dormitory or “dorm” for short), with a close-knit community of students, that is located right on Wheelock’s campus. This is a mandatory part of ONCAMPUS Boston’s program because residence halls are an ideal place to make friends, socialize, and acclimate to college life in America.
- You will share a room with another student of the same gender who may be American or another international student who speaks a different language than you.
- Your floor will have a Resident Assistant/RA (also a student at Wheelock) who organizes social activities and is there to answer questions. There is also a Resident Director, a professional who is responsible for creating a safe and happy environment for everyone in the building.
- A meal plan is included and you’ll find the dining hall and campus cafes are great places to socialize.
► Find out more about the ONCAMPUS Housing options.