Runyan Center is the epicenter for student life at Earlham College. Located on the south side of campus near the Athletics and Wellness Center and the Center for the Visual and Performing Arts, this building is where students gather for lunch, study, hold student organization meetings and much more. Runyan Center is the home for Leeds Gallery, the College's gallery that displays art of many different mediums throughout the year.
A recently completed renovation of Runyan Center has created a dynamic student-centered space complete with a stage, computer station, multipurpose room, coffee shop and lounge seating. There also is a student work area and student group meeting area on the upper floor of the building.
On the main floor, these services and meeting areas include:
Stop by Runyan Desk for gaming equipment (i.e., pool cue, foosball or ping pong). 765-983-1316
The Box Office is where you can find ticket information, information on events at Earlham, etc. The staff will be available to answer many questions in regards to happenings on the campus. 765-983-1474.
One of the premiere aspects of Earlham is a common dining experience, which happens daily in the Dining Hall. Metz Culinary Management, our on-campus food provider, offers hot meals, salads, pizza, sandwiches, and vegetarian and vegan options at every meal. We are currently making a major upgrade to the dining hall servery and adjacent seating space.
The Campus Store has everything from class books to Earlham apparel to ice cream to the local newspaper. If you need anything, the helpful and courteous staff will help you find it or order it for you. It serves Earlham College, Earlham School of Religion and Bethany Theological Seminary, as well as visiting alumni and the general public.
Hours are Monday - Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., while class is in session. Closed Saturday & Sunday.
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Earlham's very own art gallery displays art of many different mediums throughout the year. It is open to the general public. The gallery is open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
The Café is always full of students, faculty and community members.
Diners can enjoy made-to-order items from SuperSubz, the Quaker Grill or Poblano's, or salads, sandwiches or snacks from Up for Grabs.
Located within the May-Crosson Student Commons, Intermetzo offers a full line of espresso drinks and real fruit smoothies.
Huffman Japanese Garden
This traditional Japanese garden is for peaceful reflection and meditation.
Multicultural Resource Center
The Center was established in 2017 by the Student Diversity Committee. It is a multifunctional space that provides all Earlham students with the resources to participate in community building, educate themselves on topics of cultural diversity, engage in critical dialogues with one another, and serves as a space to come together for events, celebrations and more.
This large multi-purpose space is where anything can happen. Other activities happening in this room are square dancing, messy art projects, and large private and public dinners.
The basement of Runyan Center is home to the following offices:
All students have a personal mailbox that stays with them throughout their undergraduate experience. The post office in the basement of Runyan Center is where all mailboxes are located for students and faculty members. You can also pick up your UPS packages. The office is open 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday - Friday.
Student Government Offices
The student leadership of the College call this area home. The Earlham Student Government is comprised of the Earlham Student Senate, Executive Council, and several committees.
Student Activities Board
The Student Activities Board is an organization that brings bands, poets, interactive games, and comedians to campus for the students.
Student Organizations Council
Student Organizations Council (SOC) allocates funds to student organizations on campus and oversees student organizations in general.
Earlham Word (student online newspaper)
The Earlham Word is dedicated to keeping the Earlham community informed of news and events happening both on campus and in the Richmond area.
Student Publicity Office
This room contains supplies for students everything for banners, posters Students using this room must be a member of a recognized student organization.