The conference is held at Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois, a Chicago suburb.
(This is not a function of Wheaton College.) Classes and general
sessions are in Coray Alumni Gym in the Todd Beamer Student Center, 412 S. Chase Street at University Place.
Smoking and alcoholic beverages are not allowed on campus.
The campus is physically accessible. However, we do not have the budget to provide deaf interpreters or
other specialized personnel.
Campus rooms are in McManis-Evans Hall, across the street from the Beamer Center.
If you are planning to stay on campus Tuesday night, you will need to arrive at
Wheaton College before 8:00 p.m. to check-in for the conference. However, the residence-hall desk will be manned until 10:00 p.m.,
so you may get into your room later.
Click here for campus map.
Allow at least 45 minutes traveling time from O'Hare and 60 minutes from Midway.
Wheaton College recommends the following companies that provide airport rides.
Identify yourself as a conference participant at Wheaton College. Rates are one-way, do not include
driver gratuity, and are subject to change. Check the websites for more information.
Ask the driver to drop you off at McManis-Evans Hall, Chase Street and University Place, Wheaton College.
West Suburban Travelers Limousine, 630-668-9600
Shared ride: $47 from O'Hare, $60 from Midway
American Taxi, 847-673-1000
$40 from O'Hare, $48 from Midway
Go Airport Express, 888-284-3826 (cost is shared if more than one person)
$57 from O'Hare, $72 from Midway
Don't take a taxi that is already sitting at the airport; the rate will be much higher.
Amtrak trains let passengers off in Chicago at Union Station. To continue to Wheaton, transfer to the
Metra Union Pacific West
line at the Richard Ogilvie Transportation Center, located at Madison and Canal Streets,
about one and a half blocks away. Taxi service is available.
If taking the Metra train to Wheaton, get off at the College Avenue station, which is about four blocks
from the main campus.
For Metra schedules and prices, call Metra Passenger Services at 312-322-6777 weekdays or Travel
Information Center at 312-836-7000 evenings and weekends; or visit the Metra website.
Greyhound and Trailways bus depots are located about one block apart and approximately eight blocks
from the Ogilvie Transportation Center. Bus service is not available to Wheaton from Chicago. Taxi
service is available. See above for train service.
Click here for Google map to McManis-Evans Hall, Chase Street and University Place.
Coray Alumni Gym is across Chase Street.
Note: These directions are to the southern end of the campus. See the map to get to the buildings where we will meet.
From the north: Take North Avenue (Rt. 64) to Schmale Road and turn south (becomes Main Street).
Go about two and a quarter miles to Seminary Avenue and turn left for about three blocks. Seminary becomes
College Avenue at the edge of the campus.
From the south: Take I-294 to the East-West Tollway (I-88) and go west. Exit at Naperville Road
(Wheaton/Naperville exit). Go north on Naperville Road to Roosevelt Road (Rt. 38) for about three miles and
turn right. Get in the left lane. Go one block to Washington Street and turn left for about one mile to College Avenue.
From the east: East-west I-80/90 becomes I-80/94 as you cross from Indiana into Illinois and within
a few miles picks up to I-294. Take I-294 north to I-88 at the Oak Brook (to Aurora) exit. Head west on
I-88 for several miles to the Naperville Road exit. Go north on Naperville Road to Roosevelt Road (Rt. 38)
for about three miles and turn right. Get in the left lane. Go one block to Washington Street and turn
left for about one mile to College Avenue.
From Chicago (east): Take the Eisenhower Expressway (I-290) to Roosevelt Road (Rt. 38). Go about 10
miles west on Roosevelt and turn right on President Street. Go about one mile to College Avenue and turn
left for about three blocks.
From the west: Approaching Chicago from the west on I-88, exit at Winfield Road and go north for
about three miles until you reach Roosevelt Road. Turn right at Roosevelt and travel another three miles
into the city of Wheaton. Stay in the left lane and when you pass Naperville Road, turn left at the first
street, Washington Street, for about one mile to College Avenue.
If you prefer to stay in a hotel room, want to bring your family, or want to come early/stay later,
go to Wheaton College's travel portal for special Wheaton rates. Visit the travel portal;
click on Visiting Wheaton, then Hotels.