Earlham strives to enroll a diverse student population reflecting a broad range of intellectual interests and lived experiences. The College seeks individuals who demonstrate both academic achievement and personal accomplishments.
Good students who can also show commitments to the values that underlie Earlham's character - a concern for social justice, for peace, for personal and social integrity - are strongly encouraged to apply for admission to Earlham.
Use these instructions if you are applying as a first-year student and are a U.S. citizen.
In assessing applications, the Admissions Office conducts a holistic review of the items listed in the Requirements chart. If you have had a personal interview with one of our admissions counselors, a report of that interview also is considered.
Earlham welcomes applications from students who have successfully completed courses while enrolled as a full-time, degree-seeking student at another college but who have not earned a four-year degree. Most transfer candidates are admitted for Fall Semester, but transfer students may also begin their studies at Earlham in the Spring Semester. Transfer students must spend a minimum of four semesters at Earlham in order to receive an Earlham degree.
International students are admitted in the Fall Semester so they can participate in New Student Orientation, which includes special sessions specifically for international students. In addition to a regular academic adviser, a special adviser works closely with international students on matters of immigration issues, cultural adaptation and practical concerns.
Contact International Admissions
Susan Hillmann de Castaneda, Director of International Recruitment
E-mail - email@example.com
Phone - (800) 327-5426 (toll-free with the U.S. and Canada) or 765-983-1600
Fax - 765-983-1560