Wabash provides this information as required by the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) of 2008, as amended, its implementing regulations, and other federal laws and guidelines, to assist parents and students in understanding their choices in higher education. Please click the links below for more information.
Wabash College is accredited by:
The Higher Learning Commission
230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500
Chicago, Illinois 60604-1411
Find Wabash College's Higher Learning Commission Mark of Affiliation here.
Wabash College is authorized by name by the State of Indiana through statute (Indiana Code 21-7-13-6). Wabash's program in Chemistry is accredited by the American Chemical Society.
This annual report includes Clery Act statistics from Campus Security, as well as policies for immediate emergency response and evacuation procedures, including electronic and cellular communication if used. Campus Security is required to notify campus immediately upon confirmation of a significant emergency or dangerous situation (not to compromise emergency efforts), publish emergency response and evacuation procedures on an annual basis in a manger that reaches students and staff, and to test emergency procedures on an annual basis. The Clery Act update also identifies additional offenses that have been reported as hate crimes, and requires more detailed memoranda of understanding with law enforcement agencies.
Fire safety statistics are also included in the Annual Security & Safety Report. This includes the number of fires (all types), injuries requiring medical care, deaths, and value of property damage in the most recent year by each campus housing facility.
For each housing facility, the College has a description of the fire system (including sprinklers), number of regular mandatory fire drills, policies on portable electrical appliances, smoking and open flames, evacuation procedures, fire safety education and training, and a plan for improving fire safety, if deemed necessary.
Missing Persons Policy
Students have the option of identifying an individual to notify within 24 hours after the time a student is determined to be missing. In addition, the policy advises students who are under 18 that the institution is required to notify a parent or guardian if the student is missing; informs the students that law enforcement will be notified not later than 24 hours after a student is determined to be missing; and requires the institution to initiate contact procedures if a student is missing more than 24 hours.
Teacher Education Reports
Teacher Education Report Card (Title II) – A school receiving Title IV student aid that operates a Teacher Education program must develop on an annual basis, quantifiable goals for increasing the number of high school teachers, as designated by the Secretary of Education of the state educational agency.
Annual Educator Preparation Program Report (Indiana HEA 1388)
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Financial Aid Office
Student Loan Policies – All institutions that participate in federal aid programs or have entered into preferred provider arrangements to develop and publish (web) a code of conduct covering a list of prescribed items and to annually inform officers, employees, and agents of the code responsibilities.