Admissions & Financial Aid For Counselors
Guiding Men to Wabash
For Guidance, College, and Independent Counselors
This page will allow you to navigate and find information about the College more efficiently to best serve your students interested in Wabash. You will find information about visits, scholarships, application deadlines, and more.
Information pertaining to the 2017-2018 academic year is featured below.
For quick information and statistics about Wabash College, please take a look at our ‘Quick Facts’ sheet to learn what makes Wabash the Liberal Arts College for Men.
Application Deadlines & Scholarship Opportunities
You can quickly find a list of our upcoming application deadlines and detailed instructions for your student on our website, or print a copy of the deadlines.
Select scholarships require a separate application or attendance to a scholarship weekend/event. The ‘sources of aid’ webpage is a great resource for your students and families to explore affordability and scholarship options. Please note when printing a scholarship grid for your student for the 2017-2018 academic year that there are two versions of this grid – in-state and out-of-state.
Campus Visit Opportunities
Find out when your students can join us for a visit program. If your student is unable to attend a program, we invite them to schedule a personalized visit tailored to their interests.
Wabash College ranks in the top 4% in the country for return on investment and men graduating from Wabash out-earn their peers by $363,000 over a 20-year period. See our ‘Outcomes’ brochure for more information about internships, graduate programs, employers, and other statistics relevant to the families you serve.
Meet Our Staff
Connect or connect your student to an enrollment counselor from your region for questions and support throughout the enrollment process. Select your state and/or county from the map and see which counselor supports your high school along with their contact information.
View the latest news or stories about Wabash. You will find literature ranging from Wabash Blogs to the student ran newspaper, The Bachelor. Also, check out Wabash Magazine for more about Wabash College.