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Who is OneWheaton? OneWheaton is not a church or a denomination and does not promote any specific religious faith or belief.

Beyond that, our religious, social, and political affiliations and convictions vary widely. We celebrate the life diversity that resides within the OneWheaton community.

The Letter The passion that drives alumni and student involvement in OneWheaton is best expressed in the letter that was distributed on campus on April 11, Read The Letter.