Impressions Of
Wabash College

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Reasons to attend and to not attend Wabash College

To Attend

  • “The alumni network and our career center are fantastic.” [100% of students in the Class of 2018 were settled in their first destinations within six months of graduation.]
  • “If you’re serious about learning in-depth in your field and talking to professors one-on-one all the time, this is the place for you because every class is taught by a professor in a small class setting.” [The average class size is 13]
  • “The amount of student autonomy because I think that’s something that separates Wabash from others. If you’re in student government, you have a lot of exposure that you can use after you graduate and you’re more aware of what is happening at the institution.”
  • “The endowment per student. We have an endowment of about $325 million and only have about 880 students. There are a lot more resources that they’re investing in students because of that.”
  • “The alumni network is really helpful and they really care. I’ve had people walk up to me just because I was wearing Wabash apparel multiple times.”

To Not Attend

  • “The social life is lacking since we are an all-male school in Crawfordsville, Indiana.”
  • “The lack of technical majors.”
  • “Crawfordsville is far away from other larger communities.”
  • “Although we send students on Immersion Trips and similar opportunities, you might not get into them until you’re a junior because it takes a while to qualify for them.”
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