Data Dashboard

Diversity

Student demographics

Student demographics as of Fall 2021

Sex

Sex Diversity Pie Chart for Fall 2021
Sex pie chart for Fall 2021

Race and ethnicity

Race bar graph for Fall 2021
Race bar graph for Fall 2021

Employee demographics

Includes all employees of Earlham College and Earlham School of Religion as of Fall 2021

Total workforce

Total workforce race and ethnicity bar graph for Fall 2021
Total workforce race and ethnicity bar graph for Fall 2021

Clerical / hourly

Clerical / hourly race and ethnicity bar graph for Fall 2021
Clerical / hourly race and ethnicity bar graph for Fall 2021

Administrative faculty

Administrative faculty race and ethnicity bar graph for Fall 2021
Administrative faculty race and ethnicity bar graph for Fall 2021

Teaching faculty

Teaching faculty race and ethnicity bar graph for Fall 2021
Teaching faculty race and ethnicity bar graph for Fall 2021

Teaching faculty appointment type

Teaching faculty appointment type race bar graph for Fall 2021
Teaching faculty appointment type race bar graph for Fall 2021

Equity

Student success data

First to second year retention rate

Retention rates measure the percentage of first-time students who are seeking bachelor’s degrees who return to the institution to continue their studies the following fall.

Fall 2021 Cohort bar graph
Fall 2020 Cohort bar graph

Graduation rate

6-Year Graduation Rate: Percentage of full-time, first-time students who began their studies in fall 2015 and received a degree or award within 150% of “normal time” to completion for their program

6-year graduation rate bar graph
DEI resources

It is a foundational Quaker belief that all persons have available to them an inner spirit of Truth, often known as the ‘Inner Light’ or ‘God’s Voice Within.’
“From this belief follows an assumption of equality of all persons and grounds for respecting all persons. We commit ourselves to be a community whose members act with regard for the intellectual, physical and emotional well-being of everyone, while acknowledging that there are systems of oppression that we strive to dismantle that affect our own community. We seek to find mutual respect, trust and happiness in our relationships with persons of every race, ethnicity, class, religious preference, political affiliation, gender identity, physical ability, sexual orientation and age, including persons removed by time and place.”

– Earlham College, Principles and Practices