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Founded in 1832, Wabash College is a private, liberal arts college located in Crawfordsville, Indiana. The college received 1336 applications for fall 2018. 65% of total applications were accepted. 32% accepted students enrolled with the college.
|Application Portal||Wabash College Online Application|
Common Application Portal
|SAT||More than 1200|
|Mode of Payment||Master-Card/ American Express/Discover/visa|
|Financial Aid||Loans, Grants, Work study program and Scholarships|
Applicants can apply for early and regular decision. The deadlines are mentioned below:
|Deadline Type||Last Date|
|Early Decision||January 15|
|Early Action||May 1|
Currently, the student population at Wabash college has 60 international applicants representing 17 countries. The admission process for international applicants is similar to domestic applicants. Admission requirements vary slightly for international applicants.
The Wabash College accepts standardized scores of TOEFL, IELTS and SAT for English language proficiency. The minimum score requirements for admissions are mentioned below:
All the International students who want to study at the Wabash College have to apply for F-1 visa (or DS-2019). Form I-20 from the College can be received after the college has accepted the applicants. Applicants must submit the following documents for receiving the form:
Wabash offers 25 majors in various areas with most popular majors- Economics, History, Political Science, Psychology, and Rhetoric. The admissions process for the majors offered at the college is mentioned below:
Where to Apply: Wabash College Online Application or Common App
Application Fee- No fee
Wabash College reviews school records, recommendations, writing, and test scores while evaluating an application. Applicants may be requested to send a personal essay for better assessment. International admission decisions are notified on April 1. International applicants should exceed the minimum requirements for standardized tests and ELP while applying for Wabash college.