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Admissions

Incoming Students

Incoming Students

You’ll find academic and campus information, important dates, and frequently asked questions at this one-stop source for information for new and incoming students.

International Students

International Students

Submit academic, financial, and written recommendation materials to apply to Wabash as an international student.

Transfer Students

Transfer Students

Students in good standing at another college are welcome to apply for transfer admission to Wabash.

First Time Freshmen

First Time Freshmen

Application for the 2023-2024 academic year is now open. Access application requirements and create your application account today.

Meet Your Counselor

Meet Your Counselor

Get in touch with your Admissions Counselor for all your questions about Wabash.

Scholarships and Aid

Scholarships and Aid

大发体育,大发体育官网 strive to make a private liberal arts education possible. Our financial aid office is dedicated to helping each family realize the potential of this high-quality education.

Jose Marquez-Franco ’22

“You belong at Wabash College. This place is very welcoming, and there are so many people here who will reach out a hand and help make this place feel like home.”

— Jose Marquez-Franco ’22

Riley Woodward ’22

“The brotherhood here is real. People at Wabash want to see you succeed and are there to help you do it. I wouldn’t have made it through without all of my friends and professors, and I’m really thankful for those relationships.”

— Riley Woodward ’22

Leo Warbington ’22

“When I first came to Wabash, I was welcomed by a community of students, faculty and staff and coaches who showed they genuinely cared. They welcomed me with open arms and pushed me over the last four years to be the best version of myself that I can be. Guys will tell you, straight up, that it is going to be hard, but you’re going to love it. It’s true. Wabash was the perfect place for me to mold myself, develop, and grow as a man.”

— Leo Warbington ’22

Andrew Rippy ’22

“Your Wabash professors and peers will know you by name and will want to build relationships with you. That was really important to me. At times when I was struggling and needed help, I knew I had a network of people who cared and would be there for me.”

— Andrew Rippy ’22