The College has moved up a notch in both the Best Colleges and Best Value categories of the magazine’s annual survey.
In the Chronicle of Higher Education, former president S. Alan Ray examines how religiously based colleges handle challenges to their principles.
Elmhurst scores high in a new study by Money magazine of the real-world value of 1,500 colleges and universities.
During #MAPMatters Week, students call on Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner to approve funding that enables 130,000 students to pursue higher education in Illinois.
Nearly 58 prospective students and their families joined a large crowd to cheer the men’s basketball team to victory over Carthage College.
Students meet with diplomats from nine countries during a January Term course about the European Union.
The award from the John Templeton Foundation will support the research of William Hirstein, Katrina Sifferd and Tyler Fagan on the philosophy of self-control.
Headliners include Donny McCaslin, Michael Davis, Scott Wendholt, the Bob Mintzer Big Band, Ryan Truesdell and the Gil Evans Project, and the Elmhurst College Jazz Band.
UIC professor David Stovall will present Reframing King: Revolutionary Warrior for Justice and Freedom on February 10.
Elmhurst College education majors are learning what it’s like to be a middle school teacher as part of a three-week immersion class.
The exhibit, Endangered Species: A Visual Response to the Vanishing Black Man, runs through March 18 at the College's Frick Center.