Wabash provides this information as required by the 168体育平台下载_足球即时比分-注册|官网er Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) of 2008, as amended, its implementing regulations, and other federal laws and guidelines, to assist parents and students in understanding their choices in higher education. Please click the links below for more information.
Wabash College is accredited by:
The 168体育平台下载_足球即时比分-注册|官网er Learning Commission
230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500
Chicago, Illinois 60604-1411
Wabash’s program in Chemistry is approved by the American Chemical Society.
Wabash College has been approved to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements. NC-SARA is a regulating agency for distance education utilized by the State of Indiana.
The report contains important information about:
- campus crime statistics
- fire statistics
- emergency procedures
- crime prevention and awareness
- fire safety & prevention
- missing student notification policy and procedures
- alcohol & drug abuse prevention
- sexual misconduct prevention
- non-discrimination policy & Title IX policy
Copyright and Conflict of Interest
Other Policies, Rights and Responsibilities
Persons seeking to file a complaint concerning programs at Wabash College may do so through the College’s Communicating Program Concerns link.
Complaints directed to Wabash College’s accreditor may be submitted at the 168体育平台下载_足球即时比分-注册|官网er Learning Commission Complaint Submission Page.
Students in distance education courses at Wabash who reside in states other than Indiana may file a complaint with the Indiana Commission for 168体育平台下载_足球即时比分-注册|官网er Education after having completed Wabash’s complaint process.
Student Complaint Information - Indiana SARA Portal Agency
All students may also file a complaint with the Indiana Commission for 168体育平台下载_足球即时比分-注册|官网er Education or with their respective state’s consumer protection office.
For additional information or to request paper copies of any of the information presented here, please contact:
Financial Aid Office
Student Loan Policies – All institutions that participate in federal aid programs or have entered into preferred provider arrangements to develop and publish (web) a code of conduct covering a list of prescribed items and to annually inform officers, employees, and agents of the code responsibilities.