Wabash Featured in U.S. News & World Best Colleges• August 17, 2010
Wabash College is one of four Indiana institutions featured in the latest edition of U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges publication.
Reporter Alex Kingsbury visited campus this spring along with three other Indiana colleges. Kingsbury talked to President Patrick White, faculty, and students.
“Once, the vast majority of colleges and universities in the country were exclusively male,” Kingsbury wrote. “But while there are still many that cater exclusively to women, the number of all-male colleges has shrunk to just four. Wabash College in Crawfordsville is proud of its single-sex traditions and the educational climate it provides, says President Patrick White, who speaks with passion about the advantages.”
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Wabash continued to score very high nationally in the category of “Commitment to Teaching,” receiving a 17th in the nation ranking from U.S News. The publication also put Wabash at 22nd in the Best Colleges, Best Buys category. Wabash was again on the list of Best National Liberal Arts Colleges.