Admitted Student Weekend at Wabash.



    WHAT IS ADMITTED STUDENT WEEKEND?

    Admitted Student Weekend will give you the opportunity to further explore what the College has to offer over the next four years and beyond. We hope to achieve this through programming that includes extracurricular and academic opportunities, Greek life and independent housing options, and connecting with future classmates, new friends, and alumni. 

    The program will start at 12 PM EST on Friday with an optional lunch in fraternities. If you choose not to have lunch in a fraternity, the program begins at 1 PM with informative activities running until 7:30 PM EST. Students who are not staying the night on campus will be free to leave at this time. 

    Monday, April 4 is the DEADLINE to register for April 8-9.

     

    SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

    View a detailed sample agenda of the weekend here.

    To read more about program sessions offered, click here.


    IMPORTANT INFORMATION

    Families and other guests are welcome to attend Admitted Student Weekend. While some programming is specific to the student, there will be important information for families as well.  

    VACCINATED STUDENTS: If you anticipate staying the night, you are required to complete and submit the Overnight Consent Form and provide Proof of Vaccination against COVID-19 prior to the event.  

    If you have already submitted these documents for a previous overnight event on campus, you are not required to resubmit them.


    UNVACCINATED STUDENTS: If you wish to stay overnight on campus for this event, you must provide the Overnight Consent Form and one of the following: 1) Proof of positive test in last 90 days OR 2) Proof of negative PCR test 48 hours prior. 

    Please send this directly to your admissions counselor or if you have additional questions, contact Chip Timmons, Dean for Enrollment Management, at timmonsc@wabash.edu. Please note that these documents will be immediately discarded after making note of its receipt. 

    WHAT TO BRING (OVERNIGHT ONLY)

    • Pillow
    • Overnight bag (including toiletries)
    • Sleeping bag/Blanket
    • Towel and washcloth

    WHAT TO WEAR

    Dress is casual. You will be moving from place to place, participating in a variety of activities. Dress comfortably.
     

    WHERE TO STAY (PARENTS/GUARDIANS)

    While your student may stay on campus in the College’s residence halls and fraternities (see above for criteria), their guests have some local lodging options available in Crawfordsville. Check out the Montgomery County Visitor's Bureau for details. 
     

    HOW TO GET TO CAMPUS IF YOU FLY

    If you are flying into Indianapolis International Airport, a driver will be provided for you and your guests, to and from the airport, if needed. We must have your travel itinerary if we are providing your transportation to campus. Please complete this form as soon as you have your travel information.
     

    WHERE TO PARK

    The best places for parking are the lots south of the Allen Center, north of Trippet Hall and south of the Fine Arts Center. Additionally, there is street parking available around campus, but please be mindful of street signs. As a friendly reminder, yellow curbed areas are non-parking. See our campus map for reference.
     

    REGISTRATION CHANGES

    If you need to make changes to your registration, please contact us at admissions@wabash.edu or 800.345.5385.
     



     

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