Alpha Psi Omega is a national honorary fraternity for students who work in college theater. The Wabash College chapter, the Scarlet Masque, was established in 1955.
Delta Phi Alpha is a national honorary society for outstanding students of German. Eligibility depends upon the completion of four semesters of German with a grade of B+ or better and evidence of continued interest in the German language and culture. The Gamma Alpha chapter at Wabash was founded in 1947.
Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha is a national intercollegiate forensic organization. Its purpose is to recognize excellence in public speaking and to promote interest in forensics.
Eta Sigma Phi is a national classical honorary fraternity, which recognizes outstanding students of Latin and Greek and promotes interest in classical study. The Wabash College chapter was established in 1954.
Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest American fraternity was founded at the College of William and Mary in 1776. The Wabash chapter was established in 1898.
The Hovey Honorary Chemical Society was founded during the first annual Wabash Chemistry Week, in 2012. At its core, the society embodies an ongoing Wabash tradition of celebrating the achievements of our outstanding students. Initiates are selected for their superior performance in chemistry and biochemistry courses
Phi Sigma Iota is an honorary society for students interested in classical and modern languages. The Wabash chapter was founded in 1979. Students are initiated into the society based upon excellence and evidence of continued interest in classical or modern language.
Psi Chi is a national honorary society whose purpose is to stimulate and encourage scholarship in psychology. Academic excellence in psychology and in other subjects is required for election to membership.
Sigma Xi Club: The DePauw-Wabash Sigma Xi Club was established in 1944 under the auspices of The Society of Sigma Xi, a national graduate honorary scientific society. Its regular membership is composed of Wabash and DePauw faculty members who are members of the national society. The club may elect to local membership college graduates of the community whose training has been in the field of science, and elect to local student membership a limited number of senior science students of outstanding scholarship.