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Wabash Receives NEH Grant for Humanities

Wabash College has received a $150,600 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of a new program that distributes CARES Act funding to cultural nonprofits affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The grant will retain Classics, Ethnomusicology, and History visiting faculty in positions threatened by the pandemic. Read More

Feller Named 17th President of Wabash College

Dr. Scott Feller
Dr. Feller, who has served as Dean of the College at Wabash since 2014 and as Professor of Chemistry since 1998, was elected by unanimous vote during the Trustees’ meeting May 16. His tenure begins July 1. Read More

A Message to the Wabash Community

Center Hall
The College’s core values call us to seek education that fosters an understanding of and appreciation for others and to act based on moral and ethical awareness. This work to reject racism in all its forms must continue with renewed vigor and understanding when we return to campus this fall. Read More

June 11: Wabash Announces Plans for Fall 2020

Wabash College
On the recommendation of our on-campus teams, as well as conversations with other colleges and universities, we have decided that Wabash will start the fall semester two weeks earlier than scheduled. While some additional adjustments could be made, we plan to implement the following schedule for the fall semester: new students move into living units (scheduled and staggered) on August 7-8; the             Ringing-In Ceremony for new students will be held August 9 (live-streamed for family members); upperclassmen move into living units (scheduled and staggered) on August 10-11; classes begin August 12; classes end November 17; and final exams will be held November 18-24. See the FAQs. Read More