The College climbs three notches as a Best Value School in U.S. News & World Report's annual Best Colleges rankings.
In the Chronicle of Higher Education, President 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.
The exhibit, which includes several works by the College’s curator/director of exhibits, has earned critical raves from high-profile media outlets.
The annual bicycling event will feature “twilight criterium racing” this year; access to the campus will be limited.
Elmhurst College’s organic garden has grown dramatically this year, not only in size but also in how it’s serving students.
Biology major Jessica Keys has won a prestigious research award to investigate a microbe that thrives in inhospitable conditions.
The free tour will focus on the campus grounds, gardens and stormwater detention features that make the College a sustainability leader.
Larry Fricke is named Volunteer Emeritus for his 30 years of volunteering and relationship-building for the College.
Karen Kissel, a former vice president at Governors State University, will start at the College in August.
Business Professor Gurram Gopal tells the personal finance website what makes Illinois attractive to new businesses.
Lawrence Carroll is elected to the leadership role for his dedication to the Elmhurst community and his distinguished career at Elmhurst College.
Three students from North Lawndale College Preparatory High School in Chicago have received scholarships to attend Elmhurst College.
Elmhurst’s fire chief and the chief nursing officer of Elmhurst Memorial Hospital received the Marilyn Graber Friends of Nursing Award.
Elmhurst alumnus George Vlasis inspires his kindergarten students and wins a Golden Apple Award as one of Chicago’s top teachers.
Junior pre-med student Roda Mena gets a glimpse of the physician’s life in a prestigious University of Louisville summer program.
Alumna Amy Logan’s storybook A Girl With a Cape reminds children that anyone can help make the world a better place.
The College’s annual celebration of scholarly work helps students hone their presentation skills and spotlight their passions.