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April 15, 2016

Wabash College Joins SAGE Tuition Rewards

Wabash College Joins SAGE Tuition RewardsWabash College, one of nation's three all-male liberal arts colleges, has become 20th Indiana member of the SAGE Scholars Private College & University Enrollment consortium.

Founded in 1832, Wabash boasts a remarkable 10:1 student-to-faculty ratio, enabling 74% of all classes to feature fewer than 20 students. According to Princeton Review, Wabash ranks among the top ten colleges in the nation for "best athletic facilities", "best career services", "best classroom experience" and "most accessible professors".

Located on a 60-acre wooded campus in Crawfordsville, 45 miles northwest of Indianapolis and 150 miles southwest of Chicago, Wabash offers 11 varsity sports, a strong fraternity system and 70 recognized clubs and organizations. Close to 40% of students compete in a varsity sport for the Little Giants.

Well supported by the Lilly Foundation and others, Wabash offers some form of student aid to nearly 90% of the nearly 900 students, who hail from 33 states and 12 foreign countries. Two-thirds of graduating seniors complete at least one internship.

Wabash is the 18th school cited in Loren Pope's renown book, Colleges That Change Lives, to participate in the SAGE Tuition Rewards consortium.

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