All six buildings are taking shape in the new student housing complex on the west side of campus. Watch this cool aerial view of the new housing.
Living Humanely A Touching Tribute
Wabash's football team did more in September than win a football game in Virginia. The Little Giants participated in a wreath-laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery.
The Liberal Arts will Take you anywhere
Not sure what you want to do? You might get to college and change your mind? A Wabash Liberal Arts education and our alumni connections will prepare you for any challenge.
At Wabash, You will Prove your point
Classes are small at Wabash; you can’t sneak in late or just “get by.” You will be expected to know your stuff – and to communicate what you know clearly and effectively.
ROI Allowed Me to Lead
"My education gave me the ability to go confidently into multiple fields, multiple scenarios. I succeeded in corporate America, in small business, and in starting my own company." - David Woessner '01
Monon Bell Little Giants Win NCAC Title
Wabash downed DePauw 45-17 in the teams' 122nd meeting. The Monon Bell stays in Crawfordsville.
Wabash's Little Giants have earned their way into the Final 8 of the NCAA Div. III football playoffs and did so in dramatic fashion. Ethan Buresh picked up a fumble in overtime and ran 75 yards to the winner over Thomas More, 33-27,
Martindale Set for 'Re-Imagination'
The Wabash College Board of Trustees has given its approval for the redesign and renovation of the College’s flagship residence hall, Martindale Hall.
Students Study S. African Literature
A group of Wabash students have taken the classroom to South Africa. Wabash men are in South Africa this week studying literature. They're writing daily about their experience.