Wabash College

Wabash College was founded in 1832 and provides an elite education for men in the liberal arts. It’s one of three remaining all-men’s colleges in the U.S. Through its various departments, Wabash awards undergraduate and graduate degrees in several fields of study. Popular majors include Philosophy, Religion, Mathematics and English and may students opt to take intense immersion learning classes or to study abroad. Wabash students not only work hard, but they play hard as well. With more than 70 student groups and organizations, students can participate in numerous activities from varsity sports to starring in a theatrical production. Wabash men will build leadership skills while making lifelong friends and future business connections.

Location: Crawfordsville, IN

Type of Institution: Four-year, private, men’s college

Tuition and Fees (per semester)

     • In-State/Out-of-State: $15,900

Size: 875+ students

Percentage of African-American Students: 5%

Percentage of Men: 100%

Percentage of Women: 0%

Student-Teacher Ratio: 11:1

Degrees Offered: Bachelor’s

Colleges/Schools: Liberal Arts

Housing: On-campus housing provided

Groups and Organizations:

     • African-American Greek: N/A

     • Others: Malcolm X Institute of Black Studies

City Life: Shopping, historic tours, art galleries, dining, outdoor festivals (Fish Fry, Strawberry Festival)

Website: www.wabash.edu/

Facebook: www.facebook.com/WabashCollegeNews

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