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Top 10 Reasons to Transfer to Earlham
We have more than 50 majors and specialized programs that are a natural place to transfer your current credits, including art, biology, business, chemistry, data science, neuroscience, psychology and social work.
Earlham offers every student a funded internship or research project—available for every major.
Earlham is a community that lifts up everyone. Earlham was founded by Quakers, and part of their enduring influence is a respect for all persons.
At some colleges, you might never learn alongside someone who has lived outside the United States. Earlham is ranked fourth in America for the percentage of diversity among our student body. Earlham recruits students from all 50 states and around 70 countries.
You won't be swallowed up by attending a bigger school, and you'll get every advantage of smaller classes, personalized counseling and a campus renowned for being welcoming.
We have highly competitive NCAA Division III teams who enjoy some of the best facilities in our division.
We have extensive study abroad programs and are ranked in the top 30 nationally for best study abroad programs.
Great professors, focused on you. Our classroom experience is ranked among the top 10 in the nation, with faculty and students working as colleagues on a first-name basis.
How do you know you'll receive a quality education? Graduates of Earlham are accepted into medical schools at twice the national average, and Earlham is one of the top institutions in the nation at sending students to Ph.D. programs.
We will do our best to offer you a competitive financial aid package against our other peer colleges and universities.