Asking questions unlocks imagination, creativity and innovation. Earlham students and faculty reflect, probe, and discover together. Our culture of mutual exploration produces independent thinkers who are well prepared to lead and to adapt in a changing world.
Earlham is intentional in integrating its educational goals with both career opportunities and real-world issues. Our graduates imagine and shape their own success in ways that also foster the common good.
At Earlham, becoming globally engaged is part of our daily experience - we rank 5th nationally in our percentage of international students. But it is also why more than 70% of our graduates have taken part in an off-campus program.
We pursue personal achievement, but we never lose sight of the greater good. We're all working to make a real, meaningful impact on the world around us—and 30% of our graduates believe that most or all of their work is geared toward social change.