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August 07, 2020

Earlham College reopens for in-person classes; embarks on historic year

The class of 2024 arrived at Earlham College on Friday, Aug. 7, for new student orientation after extensive preparation by faculty and staff to safeguard the campus community during the coronavirus pandemic.


Are you a future Earlhamite? Application for fall 2021 open now

College-bound high school seniors and transfer students may apply for admission by completing either the Common Application or the Earlham application. Students applying for need-based financial aid can submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) starting Oct. 1.International applica... READ MORE

Earlham College named to Fiske’s ‘best and most interesting’ list

The Fiske Guide to Colleges 2021 has included Earlham as one of the nation’s “best and most interesting” institutions of higher education. READ MORE

HCAC announces modifications to Earlham College’s fall sports season

The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Council of Presidents has decided to delay the start of the fall season for “high contact risk” sports out of concern for the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. READ MORE

ESR announces first cohort for new degree about peace, social transformation

The Earlham School of Religionhas formed the first class of a new master’s degree program designed for students pursuing ministries of social change. READ MORE

2020 grads collaborating with local leaders to pass climate resolution for Richmond

A team of recent Earlham College graduates have drafted a resolution encouraging local leaders in Richmond to develop a long-term plan to mitigate the effects of climate change. READ MORE

2020 Grad’s liberal arts training at Earlham captivates new co-workers at Microsoft

Freshly graduated from Earlham, Yuqian Zhang landed a job at Microsoft in Shanghai, China. She has also caught the attention of her new coworkers. Her liberal arts background and choice of a music minor to go along with her computer science major was not exactly standard compared to her new colleagu... READ MORE