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Alumni have access to TheHeart, Earlham's password-protected portal. Once you're in, you can:

  • identify other alumni living near you
  • look up contact information for friends and classmates
  • order a transcript online and pay by credit card
  • use your own email address
  • access information and resources from the Career Education Office, including Simplicity, the office's online job posting and application system

If you are not currently using an Earlham account, you will need to register now for an account. Please be aware that requests may take up to three business days to process, as they are validated manually for security purposes.

If you know your Earlham username and password, login now.

Please note that the Alumni Directory in The Heart is not to be used for solicitation, spamming, or personal financial gain. To learn more about professional networking and job searching, please consider contacting a Career Adviser.

To log in and use the system effectively, you should be using the latest version of one of the following Internet browsers:

  • Windows
    • Internet Explorer
    • FireFox
    • Safari
  • Macintosh
    • Firefox
    • Safari

If you are trying to log in to the system using another browser, you may experience difficulties.

Frequently asked questions

TheHeart is a password-protected online space that provides a directory of contact information, some personal records, and access to campus resources. Due to the content shared on the site, only users with accounts are given access. Information on this site is not shared on the website.

The e-directory is now a part of TheHeart, along with more complete contact information for many of your Earlhamite friends and classmates.

This step is easy! Simply fill out the online form to register.

You should not need a PIN to use any part of TheHeart. If you reach a screen that asks you for a PIN, that issue can usually be solved by logging out and logging back in. If the problem persists, please contact the IT Help Desk.

You should get your username and instructions to log in within 2 business days. Because we are manually validating your information, we can only process requests on business days. During this time, please keep an eye on your email, as well as your email's spam filter or "junk" folder for emails with the subject lines "Create Your Earlham Account" or "Account Reminder." Keep in mind that any email from Earlham College will always have an "" address. 

If you do not hear back within a week, please email us.

We use all the information that you submit to verify your identity before we create your account. Your parents' names are one additional piece of information in our database that helps us confirm your identity, to ensure that your request is really coming from you.

Security questions are used in the process to reset your password. Setting up security questions now will save you the trouble of calling the ITS Help Desk should you ever forget your password.

Contact the ITS Help Desk:

  • I am having trouble with my access code/ temporary password
  • I forgot my password
  • I'm still having trouble

We are glad to help you by phone during business hours, Monday through Friday. Call the Information Technology Services Help Desk at 765-973-2000.

Tell them that you are an Earlham College alum trying to set up your account on TheHeart, and explain your specific problem.

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