Once you are admitted to the College, you need to focus as soon as possible on certain legalities. Some items must be addressed prior to arrival, others can best be accomplished when you are on campus. Of course, you must apply as soon as possible for your visa, but it is much better to choose your course schedule when you are sitting face-to-face with your academic advisor during Orientation.
The links below will provide you with instructions and access to forms and documents that you must complete and return to Wabash. You may print off the forms and FAX them back (765) 361-6306, or you may copy them into WORD documents and then return them by e-mail attachment. The sooner you can reasonably complete them, the greater will be your chances of getting your first choices. The Student Health Form should be completed by your own physician, and then brought with you when you come. During Orientation, you will meet with the Wabash nurse and doctors and tour the on-campus facility.
Please e-mail your questions to us whenever you like, but many questions can be answered best once you are on campus. That is why we have Orientation.
Finally, this web site was created specifically for Chinese students coming to study in the USA. BUT, it has links to some very good and pracitcal information for any student or visitor.
Award for Summer Study in Europe
Adam Barnes, Valencia, Spain
Nate Chapman, Sussex, England
David Myles, London School of Economics
Givens Award for the study of Western Art in Europe
Fall 2012 Winners
Zach Churney, Germany
Nick Reese, England
Larry Savoy, Spain
Drew Songer, Italy
Sebastian Garren, Italy
Corey Hamilton, Italy
Nick Sladek, Italy
Both of the above awards are competitive, and require prior approval to study off-campus. Please contact David Clapp in the International Studies Office for details regarding both awards and the application procedures