Wabash Visit Days

With the #2 Alumni Network, #2 Best Internships Opportunities, and the #6 Best Career Services, it's always a perfect time to visit Wabash.

Sunset on Campus


Experience the energy and excitement of game day at Wabash! Your visit will begin with an introduction to Wabash and the admissions process. Then, you will hear from one of our many successful alumni and tour the campus - including our new student housing. Conclude your day with a tailgate lunch, feel the roar of the crowd, and watch the Little Giants show you the meaning of our motto, "Wabash Always Fights!"

vs. Oberlin - Saturday, October 20, 2018

vs. Allegheny - Saturday, November 3, 2018

Students Walking on Campus


Friday, October 19, 2018 | 1:00 PM

Catch a glimpse of the day in the life of a Wabash man. This visit program is a great introductory visit for any student interested in further exploring the College. You will hear from alumni, tour the historic campus (including new student housing), explore academic and co-curricular opportunities, learn about the admissions and financial aid processes, and enjoy a complimentary dinner with faculty, staff, coaches, and our students.
*High school seniors are given the option to stay overnight on campus and participate in additional programming the following morning (October 20) in conjunction with our Saturday at Wabash visit. Underclassmen are welcome to register for this event, but are unable to participate in the overnight visit component.

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Students in Class


Friday, November 30 - Saturday, December 1

This is an opportunity to compete for Honors Scholarships, meet your future classmates and brothers, learn more about the College's academics, outcomes, and traditions, and immerse yourself in the culture. This is an event designed specifically for current high school seniors.

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Professor with students


Wabash enjoys welcoming guests to explore our campus and community. The College strongly encourages students and their families to visit campus during the college search process. Although not a requirement, a campus visit allows students to gain first-hand knowledge of the academic, athletic and extracurricular opportunities that are available. During a campus visit, guests will have the opportunity to do some or all of the following:

  • Take a campus tour with a current student guide
  • Meet with a faculty member in an area(s) of interest
  • Learn more about athletics and extracurricular activities
  • Meet with an admissions counselor

Throughout the visit, guests will come to a better understanding of why Wabash is consistently ranked among the nation’s best liberal arts colleges.

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