Wabash College is awarding presidential scholarships for international students in the USA. These are merit-based scholarships awarded based on the overall strength of an applicant’s record as documented within the admissions application.
Wabash College has a long tradition of welcoming international students to its campus. Because the cost of American education may be prohibitively high, students are encouraged to first explore all options of financing their education from personal funds and outside sources before applying for aid from Wabash.
- Study Subject(s): The studentships are awarded in all subjects available at the Wabash College.
- Course Level: The studentships are available to pursue any course available at Wabash College.
- Scholarship Provider: Wabash College, USA
- The award can be taken at the USA
Merit-based opportunities are awarded based on the overall strength of an applicant’s record as documented within the admissions application. Applicants whose families demonstrate the ability to cover cost unmet by Wabash financial assistance will be given additional consideration.
Open for International Students: International students can apply for these endowments.
Duration of award(s): All Presidential The studentships are renewable up to eight semesters and require satisfactory academic progress.
What does it cover? Merit-based scholarships ranging up to $25,000 per year are offered.
How to Apply
- How to Apply: To be given priority consideration for need-based or merit awards, the university must receive all of the following before February 1:
- A completed application with signature
- An official copy of academic transcripts from the last 4 years of education, along with the Secondary School Report
- An optional essay demonstrating your ability to write well. If your SAT Critical Reading score is below 500 an essay might be required.
- Standardized test scores: SAT or ACT (Required of all applicants. Official scores must come directly from the testing centre.) SAT Code 1895 ACT Code 1260; TOEFL or IELTS (Required where English is not the first language or medium of instruction. Official scores must come directly from the testing centre.) TOEFL Code 1895
- Two letters of recommendation
- All students must complete the College Board’s International Student Certification of Finances.
- Applicants applying for need-based financial aid must also submit the College Board’s International Student Financial Aid Application.
Application Deadline: December 1.