A $500,000 grant awarded to Earlham College from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will enhance the College’s Chinese Studies program and strengthen its ties with the world’s most populous country.
After a two-year hiatus, students can again experience small-scale, experimental agriculture at Miller Farm, albeit in a new location. The first steps are underway in establishing the new Miller Farm, an 11-acre tract of land that is part of the original Miller Farm and adjacent to the Suzanne Hoerner Jackson Equestrian Center.
Earlhamites are more likely to engage in high-impact learning practices than their peers by the time they graduate, according to a NSSE survey of undergrads in the United States and Canada.
A long-standing commitment to value and faculty who mentor students has pushed Earlham College to new heights in U.S. News and World Report’s 2016 “Best Colleges” guide
Earlham College is among the nation’s top institutions for contributing to the public good and the top liberal arts college in Indiana, according to Washington Monthly’s 2015 College Guide.
Megan Hut ’17 has been playing field hockey since she was six years old. It was an important factor in Hut’s college search. Now, she finds her involvement is paying off.
Men’s and women’s golf programs are coming to Earlham College through an exciting new partnership with Forest Hills Country Club.
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