Wabash Valley is a public college located in Mount Carmel, Illinois. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 458 undergraduate students. The Wabash Valley acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Nursing Assistant, and Machine and Metal Working. Graduating 71% of students, Wabash Valley alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $25,000.
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Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities76 Graduates
Nursing Assistant39 Graduates
Machine and Metal Working21 Graduates
Agricultural Production Operations17 Graduates
Natural Sciences16 Graduates
Agricultural Business15 Graduates
Truck, Bus, and Commercial Vehicle Operation12 Graduates
Retail Management10 Graduates
Diesel Mechanics9 Graduates
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I have had a pretty good time with Wabash Valley College. I think that the people there are really nice. While the area is rather boring I think that you get a lot of bang for your buck here. I got my associates within 3 semesters and didn't have to pay very much at all for it (although this is partially due to the fact that I live in a bordering county which makes it a little cheaper). I really liked all of my instructors and they made each class pretty interesting for me. I spent my high school doing classes online so I wasn't sure how I would feel coming into the classroom setting again, but most classes had a nice discussions on our topics, I also enjoyed getting involved in the student events and activities, as well as being a part of student leadership. I think my only real problems were simply that there wasn't much to do on campus and it could use some more places for students to hang out.
Wabash Valley College is an excellent place to begin your college education. The small class sizes and the individual care taken by the instructors made WVC a great place for me to transition from high school to college. The instructors take genuiune interest in the sucess of each and every one of their students. Because of the small class sizes it was simple for everyone to get involved in the learning process. The student environment is great, with many on campus activities it is easy for anyone to find something for them. WVC is a great college for students who want to begin their higher education in a place that is fun and easy without breaking the bank.
Wabash Valley College is an affordable way to start your journey into higher learning. Not only is it affordable, but it is truly a school that pushes quality education onto its students. With loads of classes, on campus and online, WVC is sure to have something that can help you progress in your academic career. The majority of classes have fewer than twenty students, which means teachers can interact more on an individual level. I highly recommend Wabash Valley college to anyone who wishes to continue their education, whether you’re a recent high school graduate, a parent looking to go back to school, or anything in between WVC has a place for you.