Submitting an Application for a Wabash Consultant
Please submit the following materials through our online application process:
- Contact Information
- Preliminary Project Description Statement
- Letter of Support from your Department Chair, Dean, Provost, or President
Assignment Process for a Consultant
- After receiving a school’s application, a consultant will assist the contact person to refine and clarify the nature, scope, focus and duration of the consultation. This may take two or three conversations.
- Once refined, the consultant will work with the Wabash Center staff person to draft a letter of agreement detailing the consultation. The letter of agreement will be sent to the school’s contact person for signature.
- The work of the consultation will then proceed and must remain within the boundaries of the letter of agreement. Should changes in the agreement be necessary, the letter of agreement will need to be amended.
Note: The Wabash Center provides the stipend for the consultant’s work. In the rare instance that a consultant travels to a campus, the Wabash Center will also provide travel for the consultant. All other costs (e.g., resources, hotel lodging, food) associated with the consultation are the responsibility of the school.
1. The first step in the online application process is to establish an online account. You will be prompted to type in your email address and provide your own password.
2. You may “Hold” your application at any time if you need to gather additional information and complete the application later.
3. Your application will not be submitted to the Wabash Center until you click on the “Submit” button at the end of the process.
4. Once you have logged in, you will be prompted to select the type of application you wish to use. For the Consultant program, click on the “Consultation” button.
5. You will be prompted to enter the required contact information and to attach the Project Description Statement and Letter of Support.
6. We recommend you print the application for your own records by selecting “Print” from your browser’s File menu (if you have Firefox, use the pdf button).