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Admission to Wabash College is selective based on the secondary school record including courses, grades, recommendations, English language proficiency, and other information requested on the application form. Wabash admits students regardless of religion, race, disabilities or national origin.
International students are not required to pay an application fee when applying online to Wabash. To start your application, log into your eWabash account (login box on the right). If you don't yet have an eWabash account, click here to create one. This account allows you to work on your application whenever you wish and once submitted, you can track the status of your application to determine what materials still need to be submitted in order to complete your application. The online application is completely secure, and only you can access your information. This file includes all supporting materials, such as the International Secondary School Report, the College Board's International Student Financial Aid Application, and International Student Certification of Finances.
Wabash also accepts the Common Application, and we treat this application the same as we do our own application during the review process.
To be given priority consideration for need-based or merit awards, we must receive ALL of the following by February 1:
- A completed application with signature
- An official copy of academic transcripts from the last 4 years of education, along with the International Secondary School Report
- An optional essay demonstrating your ability to write well. If your SAT Critical Reading score is below 500 an essay might be required.
- Standardized test scores
- SAT or ACT (Required of all applicants. Official scores must come directly from
testing center.) SAT Code 1895 ACT Code 1260
- TOEFL or IELTS (Required where English is not first language or medium of
instruction. Official scores must come directly from testing center.)
TOEFL Code 1895
- Two letters of recommendation
- All students must complete the College Board's International Student Certification of Finances. Applicants applying for need-based financial aid must also submit College Board's International Student Financial Aid Application.
- If you do not wish to apply for financial aid, you must still complete the College Board's International Student Certification of Finances.
- All of the above documents must be on record before an application is considered complete for review.