Wabash Visit Days

As the ONLY college in the nation to make these 'best of' lists, it is always a great time to visit Wabash —
Highest Alumni Salaries, Best Alumni Network, Best Career Services, Best Career Placement, Best School for Internships, Best Athletic Facilities, Best Run College, & Best Access to Faculty.


Senior Class Visit Day

Sunday, February 16 - Monday, February 17

If you're seeking a robust and academic-focused visit to Wabash, this is the program for you! The Senior Class Visit Day offers you an opportunity to experience the academics at Wabash through a series of events which include taking the freshman class, Enduring Questions, with current students and distinguished faculty, hearing from an academic and student life panel, and touring campus. Students will also stay overnight on campus to experience life at Wabash with our current students.

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Friday, March 20 - Saturday, March 21

or Friday, April 3 - Saturday, April 4

This is it - the weekend at Wabash where you and your classmates confidently move forward with your decision to attend Wabash through a host of events that further connect you with current students, alumni, faculty and staff, and residence life! Whether you have already decided that Wabash is the place for you or are still figuring it out, you should definitely plan to attend Admitted Student Weekend - two dates are available. Senior only event. Learn more.

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Sign Up for Friday, April 3 - Saturday, April 4


Junior Class Visit Day

Friday, April 24

This visit program is a great first exposure for any junior exploring Wabash as a college option. It offers a well-rounded overview of the college as well as a classroom experience of your choice that showcases our nationally-ranked faculty and academics through a discussion-based learning environment. While this a great first visit, it won't be your last.

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Professor with students


Wabash enjoys welcoming guests to explore our campus and community. The College strongly encourages students and their families to visit campus during the college search process. Although not a requirement, a campus visit allows students to gain first-hand knowledge of the academic, athletic and extracurricular opportunities that are available. During a campus visit, guests will have the opportunity to do some or all of the following:

  • Take a campus tour with a current student guide
  • Meet with a faculty member in an area(s) of interest
  • Learn more about athletics and extracurricular activities
  • Meet with an admissions counselor

Throughout the visit, guests will come to a better understanding of why Wabash is consistently ranked among the nation’s best liberal arts colleges.

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