Intellectually and individually, Wabash College students live by "The Gentleman's Rule," which challenges "students to become a man who acts responsibly, thinks critically, leads effectively, and lives humanely." One of only three remaining all-male liberal arts colleges in the U.S., Wabash students say that "tradition is in our blood" and "Wabash turns boys into men." "Wabash College is all about building men of character," as well as "dedicated to instilling gentlemanly values into its students." They genuinely appreciate the "personal attention from educators" facilitated by a small (around 900 students) school, meaning "the teacher/student connection is very strong." It provides "a whole experience of education rather than a specialization in a single field," in which the "top-notch" professors "often stress the "why" much more than the "what" of their material." The "course work is rigorous, but the professors usually give you every opportunity to succeed and learn as much as possible." "My professors are all incredibly knowledgeable about not only their subject, but other worldly matters that they bring into the classroom," and students are "continually amazed by" their "encyclopedic knowledge, as well as their remarkable ability to articulate abstract concepts in a concrete and precise way." "I enjoy class so much that I loathe to miss even 5 minutes." "At Wabash there is a strong bond between students, faculty, and alumni, which is rooted in tradition and excellence," and this helps students look toward the future: Wabash attracts many for its "strong alumni network," high "graduate school acceptance rates," and "incredible" "job opportunities." Students believe the college's "academic rigor…will help me succeed later in life" in the way it "focuses on educating men to lead active, influential lives" and on "breeding passion about the school and about life and learning." "The unique environment of the Wabash classroom allows the conversation to flow freely…This educational environment spills over into the everyday conversation." Certainly "Wabash is about hard work in the classroom" and "studying your butt off," but the professors help you get through anything. The school's "very large endowment" from alumni makes a positive impact on student resources like "alumni, the Career Services, the facilities (athletic and academic), registration," as well as the all-important "financial aid."