LGBT students and their allies talk about the College's welcoming community.
For Ally Vertigan, Elmhurst offers a safe environment in which to explore both her identity and her spiritual life.
As an Elmhurst parent, Beverley McNulty welcomes the College’s diverse and inclusive community.
Professor Mike Lindberg wants Elmhurst to become known for its welcoming and inclusive environment.
Joey Carrillo says Elmhurst has helped him to be himself and embrace his sexuality.
Elmhurst caters to the needs of young adults who are still discovering themselves, says Felicia Diaz.
Jennifer Jeffrey talks about signing petitions and conveying the message that people are different.
At Elmhurst, LGBT students find a community that cares and supports them, says Chaplain Scott Matheney.
A lifelong supporter of the LGBT community, Mica Matney helps students become broader minded.
Elmhurst supports students as they figure out who they want to be, says James Kryshak.
A grammar lesson in Spanish gave Kyle Tade an unexpected window into the College’s accepting community.
Rolando Chacon says scholarships for LGBT students underscore the College’s commitment to diversity.
Roger Moreano talks about the College’s growing commitment to social issues.
Have you felt isolated or alone? Elmhurst wants to change that, says Dean of Admission Gary Rold.
For Anne Kraley, being an advocate and an ally for the LGBT community at Elmhurst was a great experience.
Christine Grenier says it’s important for LGBT students to see people like themselves on campus.
Emily Pochinskas says her Elmhurst family has helped her make her own decisions and discover her sexuality.