In an age of specialized education, Wabash remains a classic, time-tested liberal arts college. We are committed to the virtues of a broad academic experience in which what is learned in a biology lab can be applied to the study of ancient civilizations, as well as the latest advances in medicine.
At Wabash, you will learn how to think carefully, to communicate ideas effectively, and to ask the difficult questions that must be asked. Moreover, a Wabash education will teach you how to exercise discipline in how you think; how to construct meaning from experience.
Our mission is clear and unwavering: Wabash College educates men to think critically, act responsibly, lead effectively, and live humanely. The study of the liberal arts has been the key to achieving that lofty goal for nearly 180 years.