Theme houses are elements of our residential life program that have special connections to our educational program. They provide special experiences that extend various aspects of our educational program. Theme houses enable both majors and non-majors with an active interest in a field to live together and explore a theme in a fun and comfortable residential setting.
Earlham has several theme houses that are specific to culture. Those houses are detailed below. For more information on theme houses and friendship houses, visit the Office of Residence Life.
Theme: African/African-American Cultural CenterLocation: 420 College AvenueOccupancy: 6
Theme: Beit Kehillah - Jewish Cultural CenterLocation: 527 National Rd. WestOccupancy: 5
The residents of JCC sponsor weekly Shabbat dinners, maintain a library of resources on Jewish life and faith, and provide special events on holidays and other occasions.
Theme: Buddhist HouseLocation: 531 National Road WestOccupancy: 5
Theme: LGBTQA HouseLocation: 535 National Road WestOccupancy: 7
Theme: Quaker HouseLocation: 800 National Road WestOccupancy: 7
Quaker Living Learning House provides an environment for Quaker students and students interested in Quakerism. The house provides an atmosphere and a space where residents explore what Quakerism means to students, community members and others. House sponsored events to make the Quaker presence on campus more visible include workshops, worship and fellowship.
Theme: Interfaith HouseLocation: 400 College AvenueOccupancy: 7
InterFaith House brings together students of different religions to grow in their own faith and observance and to promote knowledge, understanding, and cooperation among people of diverse spiritual perspectives.