On Friday you will take an English examination and one exam from a choice of History, French, German, Spanish, Ancient Greek or Latin.
On Saturday you will take a mathematics examination and one exam from a choice of biology, chemistry, or physics.
What are the awards?
The maximum award per student is $20,000 per year/$80,000 over four years. Last year, students were awarded nearly $3.5 million in scholarships.
Who is eligible?
Only men who are high school seniors and who have applied for admission to enter Wabash College as freshmen in the fall of 2014 or who plan to file their application by March 1 are eligible. However, because of the extremely competitive nature of the 2013-2014 applicant pool, we strongly encourage you to submit your application as early as possible.
Note: This weekend qualifies as an official campus visit for Lilly Award applicants.
What do you do?
We want you to do more than just think. Throughout the weekend, you will find ample opportunities to explore all facets of life at Wabash. You will also have a chance to see the campus, attend academic interest sessions, meet current students, learn about housing options, talk to coaches, and preview the fraternities and residence halls. There will also be a cookout, sports, and live entertainment on Saturday evening.
We will host a program for parents as well on Friday, March 21. More info on the parent program.
Register for the parent program.
Getting to campus
If you are flying into Indianapolis, plan to arrive on Thursday, March 20. You must arrange your itinerary so that you arrive no later than 10:00 PM.
For your departure, you must arrange your itinerary so that you depart between 3 PM and 9 PM on Saturday, March 22 or between 8 AM and 2 PM on Sunday, March 23.
The Admissions Office will provide transportation to and from the Indianapolis International airport during the time frames listed above.
If you have additional questions about any aspect of Honor Scholarship Weekend, please contact the Admissions Office.