Marshall Center for Intercultural Learning
Located at 19 East Main Street, at the corner of Howard and Main, the Marshall Center for Intercultural Learning supports Wheaton’s commitment to diversity by offering a wide range of academic, social, cultural and co-curricular programs. The Center conducts lunch workshops on a range of topics, such as studying abroad and using Web resources to boost your career, and co-sponsors events around campus with other departments and organizations. The building became the Multicultural Center in 1986 and evolved into a fully staffed center in 2001. In 2005, the center was dedicated in honor of former President Dale Rogers Marshall.