We know that prospective students and their parents want the inside scoop on Earlham College. You might have a lot of questions, like:
We want to offer answers from the people on the inside...current Earlham students, faculty and alumni.
Now that you've investigated Earlham's academics, you may be wondering about student life on Earlham's campus. There are no better experts on campus life than the College's students!
Sunday, March 104 p.m. EST
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Chat with Earlham students about all things student life - the residence halls, activities, and even the food. Cecelia Capanna and Mallory Reed are looking forward to sharing their knowledge of the campus with you.
Cecelia is a sophomore majoring in Human Development and Social Relations major and considering a minor in English. She is from Philadelphia, and is a resident assistant in the "U" and a co-convener of Rose City, the student-run coffee co-op on campus.
Mallory, a junior from Columbus, Indiana, is majoring in mathematics with a minor in economics. She's been involved in the Earlham jazz and salsa bands, and is co-convener of the financial committee for Rose City. She also co-convenes the College Meeting for Worship cabinet.
Monday, March 117 p.m. EST
Two of our students are ready to chat with you about the first year experience, including orientation, Earlham Seminar and other details from the first year on campus. Join Patrick Hall and Grace Vasquez for this informative session.
Patrick is a fourth-year student originally from Austin, Texas. On campus, he is a residence assistant who is also involved in student government. His two siblings also attend Earlham, Conor (twin) and Maura (third year).
Grace is a first-year from Columbus, Ohio who plans on majoring in Peace and Global Studies with a minor in Spanish. Here on campus she is involved in Students for Peace and Justice in Palestine, the BDS (Boycott Divestment and Sanctions) Campaign and Earlham College Democrats. She also works in the admissions office as the Events and Visits Manager.
Tuesday, March 127 p.m. EST
Earlham College calls Wayne County and the city of Richmond, Indiana, its home. Diana Montiel and Max Raskin will tell you all about the area, including what students do for fun and where they volunteer.
Dianne is a first-year student from Richmond, Indiana, and is a Pre-Med major. She is a Bonner Scholar on campus and does most of her service at the local Boys & Girls Club. Max, a third-year student from Berkley, California, enjoys being a part of the music department at Earlham, helping out in the theater and giving his input at Earlham Student Government (ESG).