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Wabash College(IN)

What is the best reason for a prospective student to choose your school?
"The best reason to choose Wabash is the college's emphasis on the individual. If there is something that isn't available to me in the core curriculum, I have opportunities to expand on them in other ways through college. It's a hands-on approach that allows undergrads to do work that is normally reserved for graduate students."
Gary James, Class of 2010
"Because he recognizes in himself the capacity to respond to the challenge and promise embodied in our mission. Wabash College educates young men to think critically, act responsibly, lead effectively and live humanely. This happens in a community marked by extraordinary engagement between students and faculty and grounded in a pervasive, solid work ethic. Wabash takes young men who often do not yet know all that they can become and turns them into men full of promise and achievement, capable of greatness. One of the ways Wabash achieves this success is that student life is guided by the Gentleman's Rule: "The student is expected to conduct himself at all times, both on and off the campus, as a gentleman and a responsible citizen."

Patrick White, President



Cost: $35,550/year *
Class Size: 250
Student to Faculty Ratio: 10 to 1
SAT Range: 1060-1290 (Critical Reading and Mathematics sections)
ACT Range: 21-27
% of applicants admitted: 47%
Application deadline: Mar. 31


Sources: Wabash College, U.S. Department of Education, The College Board

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