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Wabash is a schoolQuite BrightEnglish
Wabash is a school it gives is much as it is given; if you aren't willing to put in the effort to make your experience wonderful, then you won't have such an experience. The brilliant thing about this is that the faculty and administration make it astoundingly easy to give everything you can.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2013
Education Quality: A+, Surrounding City: B-
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Wabash College is a great college for youngQuite BrightChemistry
Wabash College is a great college for young men. Classes are competitive and will keep you challenged.

The faculty is always available and ready to help. If faculty is not responsive to students, they will soon be asked to leave. Don't come to Wabash if you are looking to slack or for the great night life. While Wabash has a work-hard, play-hard atmosphere, the work-hard attitude must prevail to be successful. The college is not incredibly difficult to enter, but the ensuing workload will challenge students. Be prepared to do serious work or leave after one semester.

2nd Year Male -- Class 2012
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Surrounding City: C
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Wabash is a very good school in termsBrightEconomics
Wabash is a very good school in terms of academic. The courses here are very challenging. Some are even so tough to the extent that you may feel like you're being kicked out of class if you don't put enough attention and efforts into the learning process. Natural sciences courses are possibly the hardest courses at Wabash, then come economics, history,Psychology. Wabash is a very graduate school oriented institution, which means that a lot of students enter graduate school after graduation. Wabash students are hard-working,smart, down-to-earth and super friendly.However, there's still a portion of student body that is pretty close-minded, snobby and dumb. The college is not very diverse with 80% white,Christian students approximately.International students count for about 5% of student body. Admission for International students with financial need is pretty tough since Wabash tend to accept about 25 to 30 international students every year. I really like Wabash thanks to its unique all-male environment, the close-knit community of brotherhood and the superfriendly and helpful faculty, also the stimulating and challenging learning environment. I have never regretted having gone to Wabash.
1st Year Male -- Class 2013
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Surrounding City: C-
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