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.
Elmhurst College announced the recipients of the Founders Award and the Senior of the Year Award, two of the College’s top honors.
Due to poor ground and weather conditions, today’s Commencement ceremony will take place indoors, at Faganel Hall on campus.
The Elmhurst College Jazz Band will accompany Shew at a concert in the acclaimed musician's honor on May 29.
The Consulate General of France honored Rebecca Leal for her essay about teaching a study-abroad class in Paris during a national crisis.
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The Grammy Award-winning vocal group will perform with the acclaimed Elmhurst College Jazz Band at the annual concert on June 13.
The Elmhurst group traveled to New York for an international conference about the role of psychologists in realizing U.N. global health priorities.
The June 17 session includes an admission workshop and the opportunity to speak with program directors.
Musician Bobby Shew, theologian Craig Dykstra and business leader Alfred Koplin will also receive honorary doctoral degrees during the College’s May 30 graduation exercises.
Beach, director of jazz studies at Elmhurst, has won the Jazz Education Achievement Award in recognition of his commitment to teaching jazz.
Jill McKenna Reed’s husband, Matt, appeared on the hit TV show to pitch investors on the couple’s business, Bee Thinking.
Fourteen students from a recent study-away course in Spain met with Dr. Larry Braskamp to thank Elmhurst College for the experience.
Mentor Paul Halverson has helped Elmhurst student Emily Heimerdinger navigate college and prepare for life beyond graduation.
Senior biology major Nicholas Dylla weathered a Maryland hurricane last summer as part of an NSF-funded environmental research project.
The Chicago-based quartet will launch Origins, its first commercial album, at Elmhurst College on Sunday, May 10.