Founded in 1832, Wabash College is a residential liberal arts college for men in Crawfordsville, Indiana. Its mission is to educate men to think critically, act responsibly, lead effectively, and live humanely. Wabash is committed to the virtues of a broad academic experience in which what is learned in a biology lab can be applied to the study of ancient civilizations, as well as the latest advances in medicine. Students learn how to think carefully, to communicate ideas effectively, and to ask the difficult questions that must be asked. Wabash is one of just 40 colleges selected for inclusion in the best-selling book Colleges That Change Lives. Wabash offers a bachelor’s degree in 22 majors with excellent pre-professional tracks in medicine, law, and business. Wabash also offers dual degree programs in engineering with Purdue, Columbia, and Washington (St. Louis) universities. Wabash offers a generous merit-based scholarship program, including some awards that cover full tuition.