“Earlham is what you hope college will be like: it’s an adventure, there’s real diversity, there’s mutual respect and the faculty here support you and push you.” —Maya Luney ’17
Of all U.S. colleges and universities, the Princeton Review ranks Earlham 18th for "Best Classroom Experience" and 20th for "Professors Get High Marks."
The student to faculty ratio is 9:1. Not one of those faculty members will demand to be called “Doctor” or “Professor.” We’re all on a first-name basis — it’s a custom that goes back to our Quaker roots.
Earlham students are world adventurers and, fair is fair, the world is welcome at Earlham. Earlham is nationally recognized for its study abroad programs and we’re in the top-10 for highest percentage of international students on campus (U.S. News and World Report).
The EPIC Advantage program funds highly focused internships and research opportunities. The College is committed to providing students with a choice of opportunities on campus, across the United States, and in other countries.
Earlham provides expert advising to help students create and secure placements related to the students’ academic interests and career aspirations.
The EPIC Advantage helps students make connections between their academic and personal passions, and possible career paths.
Collaborative inquiry and intellectual exploration will prepare you to be a transformative leader in whatever endeavors you pursue.
Students balance studies with opportunities to be involved in more than 60 student organizations, the performance arts, intercollegiate and intramural athletics, and community service.
“After being here for four years, I can say that this is an elite place without the elitism.” — Ryder Comstock, recent alum
Besides traditional residence halls, Earlham has friendship and theme housing for those who share like interests. What kind of housing won’t you find at Earlham? Sororities and fraternities. Earlham’s inclusive community has never had them.
Our community welcomes students from every corner of the U.S. and more than 60 countries. Wherever you come from, you leave Earlham with a network of friends and colleagues that spans the globe.
Almost 90% of Earlham graduates are employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation. See where the Class of 2018 is headed. #LifeAfterEarlham
Nearly 80% found their first jobs meaningful and satisfying. Recent graduates found positions at such varied institutions as the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Harlem Children's Zone, Hilton International, Japan Exchange and Teaching, and Meridian Health.
Earlham is in the top 2% of all American colleges and universities for the percentage of our graduates who eventually earn a Ph.D. Members of the Class of 2017 are currently studying at such institutions as Columbia University, Duke University, University of Michigan, University of Pennsylvania, University of Chicago, University of Oxford and University of Edinburgh.
Earlham graduates routinely earn competitive post-graduate awards. Recent alumni have earned the Fulbright Award, the Rhodes Scholarship, National Science Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellowship and the Watson Fellowship.