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Welcome Earlham College's Class of 2017! Make your transition to college life more successful by carefully reading the information and completing the forms at this site.
Earlham Scholars is an enhanced academic program for first-year students ready to dive deep into a field of study. This unique experience can give you a head start on your college career. Confirmed students may sign-up for Earlham Scholars through June 3.
We Made The Princeton Review’s ‘Green List’
Earlham College is one of the most environmentally responsible colleges in the United States and Canada, according to The Princeton Review's Guide to 322 Green Colleges: 2013 Edition. The 215-page guide is the only free comprehensive resource of its kind.
Quakers Complete Conference “Three-Peat”
Our men’s tennis team captured its third straight Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference regular-season and tournament championships in men’s tennis this spring. In the title match played at Indianapolis on May 5, Earlham swept Transylvania by the score of 5-0. Earlham posted a 19-3 overall record.
Senior Chosen to Present Research at National Ethics Conference
Abbe Miller ’13 presented her research at the DePauw University Undergraduate Ethics Symposium on April 11-13, 2013. Miller’s paper, “Nomadic Ethics: Addressing the For Profit Immigrant Prison System,” was chosen from submissions by students at leading colleges across the United States.
Earlham “Hackathon” Addresses Climate Trends
Computer science majors Ivan Babic ’13 and Elena Sergienko ’13 organized a “Hackathon” that brought together 25 computer hackers and environmental scientists from several colleges and universities to write computer code to study long-term climate trends. The project used technology, the power of visualization and geo coding to meet its ends. It is emblematic of the interdisciplinary nature of many student research opportunities at Earlham.
Contact:Taylor Jeromos '14New Student Orientation Coordinator(765) 983-1576E-Mail: NSO@earlham.edu
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