Wheaton College is a private liberal arts college in Norton, Massachusetts. Wheaton was founded in 1834 as a female seminary. The trustees officially changed the name of the Wheaton Female Seminary to Wheaton College in 1912 after receiving a college charter from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. It remained one of the oldest institutions of higher education for women in the United States until men began to be admitted in 1988. It enrolls approximately 1,750 students., Wheaton College has a strong reputation for athletics, ranking as one of the top NCAA Division III institutions in overall collegiate sports programs.
Highest paying job titles at Wheaton College include Dean, Director of Research, and Director of Training