Brief Description: Private liberal arts college for men housed on a residential, wooded campus in Western Indiana. Wabash has a student body of about 900 men and an average class size of just 13 students.
High Honors: Young men at Wabash uphold two of the school's pillars – Lead Effectively and Live Humanely – through involvement in their community. Wabash is home to an award-winning chapter of College Mentors for Kids. Plus, within 48 hours of arriving on campus, freshman students venture out into the community and spend an afternoon participating in a variety of service projects.
Prospective VIPs: Every year Wabash hosts the Top Ten Scholarship Visit Day, a college visit event targeting applicants who rank in the top ten percent of their class. If the applicant who participates in this event is admitted to the college, he receives a scholarship of at least $15,000 per year for four years! This year's Top Ten Day is scheduled for November 4th.
Fun Fact: Thanks to a $700K grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Wabash recently added an Asian Studies program to its course offerings. This addition comes after nearly 15 years of faculty preparation and student interest.