We stand on the shoulders of giants.
All that we are is because of those who came before us. The history of Wabash College is made of those courageous enough to take bold, giant steps. Now, as we move confidently toward our bicentennial in 2032, we are taking our biggest stride in history
Giant Steps: A Campaign for Wabash College.
$164,617,618 Raised of $225,000,000
Giant Leaders taking Giant Steps for Wabash students.
Historic $40 million gift from Paul Woolls '75 and Betty O'Shaughnessy Woolls launches Wabash into the largest fund-raising campaign in its 186-year history.Read More
Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE) is made possible through a fully-funded endowment by Trustee Tom Walsh '73 and his wife Anne B. WalshRead More
Dr. Frank '82 and Lisa Kolisek hope their unrestricted annual and $1 million estate gifts inspire another family to think "Wait, can we do that too?".Read More
John '69 and Diane Schroeder's Giant Steps gift will guarantee that every Wabash student has the opportunity for a fully funded immersive learning experience.Read More
Trustee Jennifer Evans and husband, Jack Tankersley, have made a six-figure commitment to the fund and will seek to raise in excess of $1 million in Mothers' Fund gifts.Read More
A $4 million gift from Walt '68 and Kathy Snodell will drive Wabash's enrollment efforts in greater Chicagoland.Read More
Jay and his wife Susan recently made a $2 million gift to the College that celebrates Wabash's rich tradition of athletics and recreation in the building that bears his family name.Read More
Patsy See established a Wabash scholarship in Husband Martin's memory and will fund the scholarship immediately with a five-year pledge.Read More
Long-time Board Chair Steve '68 and Joanie Bowen have made a $2 million unrestricted gift, which will support the students and faculty of Wabash.Read More
An anonymous $7 million gift will honor the memory and spirit of philanthropy of John N. 'Fuzzy' Ott, Wabash Class of 1920.Read More
Giant Shoulders Needed. Ours and Yours.
We are searching for those who share our vision for what could be, willing to go all in, take the lead, and strengthen Wabash for our third century. In 1836, our first Wabash President, Elihu Baldwin, reminded us that "Our purpose is never to rest while Wabash College shall lack any advantages for the student, which are offered by the highest class of American colleges." What we start today will generate the momentum to carry that vision forward.
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