John Reglin isn’t afraid of a challenge, which is good because balancing soccer life and student life isn’t easy.
Being a part of the track and cross county teams has given Elyse Christofanelli family-like support.
International student Marius Spurfeld has found the perfect place to learn about Chicago’s economic engine.
Erik Maranto is taking advantage of the College's leadership opportunities to grow as a person and discover himself.
At Elmhurst, Nikol Bakka has taken on new tasks, gotten involved on campus, and discovered what she can do.
Ben Schuetzenhofer talks about his involvement in a music fraternity, a residence hall council and the Elmhurst College Cigar Aficionados.
Amber Gretz says the experiences she's had at Elmhurst have helped her learn to deal with a diverse array of people.
An international transfer student, Sigrid Andrae choose a “real experience” over the atypical American college.
Ricky Dingraudo wasn't sure what his major would be. Then he found an internship that helped make up his mind.
With Elmhurst’s focus on professional preparation, Keli Kliebhan is confident and ready for the workplace.
With the support of the Center for Professional Excellence, Wes Wagner says he's ready to be his own boss.
For Tony Chan, joining the fraternity Alpha Sigma Phi opened the gate to other organizations.
For Amina Quadri, Elmhurst's Niebuhr Center offers the opportunity to interact with people of different backgrounds and religions.
At Elmhurst, Ted Harris has found opportunities to get involved and develop leadership skills.
The Division III environment at Elmhurst allows wrestler Tyler Espino to compete equally on and off the mat.
Jihyun Lee chose Elmhurst for the small class sizes, the campus vibe and, of course, the access to Chicago.
Early on, Ricky Stanton learned he could be an athlete without limiting his other Elmhurst experiences.
Arriving from Brooklyn, NY, Anthony Nuñez found the space to grow and gain real-world experience.
For small-town native David Devaney, Elmhurst's proximity to Chicago means there's always something to do.
Luis Lara says his Elmhurst Experience has helped him clarify his career goals, prepared him for real life and turned him into a man.