The Wabash Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP)
We understand many students and families have concerns about the cost of college and student debt. At Wabash, we want our students and families to know we care and are taking every step to secure our graduates’ successful futures.
What is an LRAP? It’s a financial safety-net. Simply put, when an Early Decision student enrolls and graduates from Wabash, they can receive assistance repaying their student loans if their income is less than $55,000 annually.
The Wabash Loan Repayment Assistance Program covers federal student, parent PLUS and private alternative loans! This unique award empowers students to follow their dreams while having the peace of mind knowing student loans won’t hold them back after graduation.
How it Works
- Apply and be admitted Early Decision to Wabash College.
- Enroll and graduate from Wabash College.
- Work at least an average of 30 hours per week in any profession, including
multiple jobs (if needed), after graduation.
- Begin repaying your federal, private alternative and parent PLUS loans.
What is The Wabash LRAP?
This is only a summary. Detailed information can be found in the Terms and Conditions. International students are not eligible for the Wabash Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP).