U.S. News and World Report ranks Earlham 6th among national liberal arts colleges for its commitment to undergraduate teaching.
Earlham students expect challenging academics, take charge of their own learning and are prepared for professional success and admission to top graduate programs. They choose from more than 40 fields of study and are taught by dedicated professors who love to teach and mentor.
Classes are small, with rich opportunities for discussion, investigation and discovery. Earlham provides many avenues for you to learn firsthand. Probe for understanding and discoveries alongside your professors.
Earlham students have a sense of stewardship about their lives and believe in their power and responsibility to change the world, according toColleges That Change Lives: 40 Schools That Will Change the Way You Think About Colleges.
“[Earlham College] emphasizes the pursuit of truth, lack of coercion, respect for others’ ideas and values, and a responsibility to use truth to improve the world” reads the 2012 edition. “The result? A community as caring and sincere as you’ll find anywhere.”
About 30% of graduates surveyed reported that most or all of their work was oriented to social change.
Earlham is committed to welcoming students from all over the world. Our students come from all over the U.S. and about 80 other countries. In fact, Earlham ranks 6th among national liberal arts colleges in the largest percentage of international students on campus, according to U.S. News and World Report.
Wherever you come from, this level of international engagement will provide you with a deepened global perspective to better navigate in your workplace and community.
Many students also choose Earlham’s intensive, semester-long programs led by our faculty. More than 70 percent of our graduates have participated in off-campus programs.