On Saturday, Wabash men from the Class of 2023 were "rung in" at Pioneer Chapel. 235 young men sat in the Chapel balcony as President Gregory D. Hess welcomed them and their families to campus and to their Wabash journey.
A summer internship for Nick Winter '21 provided the needed bridge between what he's learned and succeeding in the business world.
Wabash College has always prided itself on producing successful and happy alumni. A new Forbes magazine list says that our graduates measure up as some of the best in the country when it comes to the “Grateful Graduates Index.”
Accessible professors, stellar career services, and engaged alumni once again ensure a strong profile in the Princeton Review's college guide.
Hear from students and professors how a Wabash education explores the liberal arts in the world beyond campus – from the shores of Belize to the peaks of Iceland.
The Montgomery County Health Department just completed a four-year accreditation process. The secret weapon might have been the assistance provided by Wabash College and the Global Health Initiative.
Decisions, decisions. How selecting one class led Zach McKinney '22 into the world of art curation.
Wabash College is listed in the 2020 edition of the Fiske Guide to Colleges as one of the top colleges and universities in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.
Cathy Long is honoring both her late husband Skip and his father with a scholarship in the name they shared: The Robert H. Long Family Endowed Scholarship. Cathy’s gift comes as a part of Wabash’s Giant Steps campaign, which seeks to raise $225 million to secure the College’s future.
The best way for you to learn about Wabash is to visit campus and meet our students — your future classmates and friends.
Take a digital tour of campus, see what goes on inside our buildings, and learn about some of the unique features of a Wabash Liberal Arts Education.