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Applying to wabash college is simple and easy
There are two ways to submit your 2019-20 application for admission. All applications will be evaluated in the same manner regardless of the format through which they are submitted.
To apply via the Wabash College Online Application, the student must first go to https://apply.wabash.edu/account/register to create an account.
To create a Common Application account, the student must go to https://apply.commonapp.org.
In order to apply for admission to Wabash College, you must complete the Application for Admission and submit official standardized test (ACT/SAT) scores, an official high school transcript with 7th semester courses, and a Secondary School Report and Counselor Recommendation Letter. A $50.00 non-refundable application fee or a fee waiver must be submitted along with your application (domestic students only).
Supporting materials from your high school, including your transcripts and counselor recommendation(s), can be submitted through this application portal. Applicants can submit hard copies of these materials, but doing so could slow the processing of your application. All information for this process can be found on the Education page of the application.
Although not a requirement, an applicant may also submit a written statement to include additional details about himself for consideration during the application review.
International students applying for financial aid should also download the International Student Financial Aid Application form and begin gathering the required information. International applications will not be complete without verified financial documentation. If you have any questions about which high school records are required for your country’s educational system, please contact James Quill, Senior Assistant Director of International Admissions. TOEFL, IELTS, or Duolingo scores are required if English is not your first language or current language of instruction.
Students in good standing at another college are welcome to apply for transfer admission to Wabash. In addition to the application, these students should submit a written statement discussing their reasons for wanting to transfer, a final high school transcript showing your diploma earned and graduation date, official standardized test scores, official college transcripts from all previous institutions, a written recommendation from a college official at your last institution and a completed Verification of Good Standing form. Contact Julia Wells, Senior Assistant Director of Admissions, if you have any questions.
You will have an opportunity to review your application prior to submitting it, and you can return to any page to make changes, if necessary. You do not have to complete the application in one sitting. You can leave and come back as many times as necessary, and resume where you last stopped. Click here to log back in to your Wabash College Online Application.
If you experience technical problems or have questions while working on the application, contact Tyler Wade, Associate Director of Enrollment Systems, at 765.361.6405 or email@example.com.
You should submit your 2019-2020 application as early as possible to enable our staff to give your application priority consideration and maximum attention. Spots in our entering class could be limited later in the year.
2019-2020 Application Dates:
- Application Deadline is November 1
- Complete the FAFSA by November 1 to receive financial aid award with admission decision
- Decision mailed by December 5
- Deposit due on January 15
- Application Deadline is December 1
- Decision mailed by December 31
- Deposit due on May 1
- Application Deadline is January 15
- Decisions mailed on rolling basis starting on January 18
- Deposit due on May 1