Guiding Men to Wabash
for High School, College, and Independent Counselors
Please find important information and updates on our Prospective Student Resource Page.
This page will allow you to navigate and find information about the College more efficiently to best serve your students interested in Wabash. You will find information about visits, scholarships, application deadlines, and more.
For quick information and statistics about Wabash College, please take a look at our ‘Quick Facts’ sheet to learn what makes Wabash one of the best colleges in the nation.
If you'd like to access an all-encompassing resource page for yourself or your students, please visit our Prospective Student Resource Page.
You can also view a comprehensive list of academic programs and the curriculum required for each area of study here by selecting a major or minor from the list offered.
Connect your students with our students - Wabash Student Ambassadors.
Wabash College practices test optional admission. Applicants are not required to submit standardized test scores as part of their application for admission.
Students who choose not to submit standardized test scores will still be considered for merit-based scholarships. This review will place additional weight on the rigor of the applicant's high school curriculum as well as his performance in his college preparatory courses.
All standardized test score submissions will be super-scored.
Select scholarships require a separate application or attendance to a scholarship weekend/event. The ‘sources of aid’ webpage is a great resource for your students and families to explore affordability and scholarship options. Please note when printing a scholarship grid for your student for the 2024-2025 academic year that there are various versions of this grid. Scholarship information for the 2024-2025 application cycle - Indiana, Chicago Region, General Out-of-State.
You can also encourage your families to use our Net Price Calculator to give them an idea of what they may pay to attend Wabash.
We also encourage you to learn more about our Wabash Loan Repayment Assistance Program to discuss with families.
Campus Visit Opportunities
Currently, Wabash offers on-campus visits as well as virtual visit options for students and counsleors. As we make changes to visit options, you and your students can explore those options on our Visit Us page.
Meet Our Staff
Connect or connect your student to an enrollment counselor from your region for questions and support throughout the enrollment process. Select your state and/or county from the map and see which counselor supports your high school along with their contact information.