I stumbled across Wheaton on an online college overview website. I decided to apply because it fit a lot of the criteria I was looking for in a college: small, Christian, academically rigorous, set in suburbia, and psychology was one of the top majors. After a campus visit in January I was in love with the school. Wheaton has helped me to grow in so many ways, I don’t think I have room enough to write. One of the ways it has helped me to grow is in my relationships. Wheaton was the place where I formed many of my foundational friendships. This was the first time I had friends who all shared my faith. I learned how to be a better friend through these relationships, through classwork (believe it or not) and through small groups. The attributes I learned in my friendships apply to all other relationships in my life as well, professional, familial, and romantic. My time at Wheaton facilitated such personal and spiritual growth. I am very grateful for my time at Wheaton.