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 Elmhurst College theatre program and the A.C. Buehler Library collaborated recently to host a 24-hour student theatre project.
The longtime Vatican analyst presented Against the Tide: The Radical Leadership of Pope Francis on November 13.
Elmhurst art majors graduating in February exhibit their final projects during the Fall Capstone Exhibition.
All gifts made to the College’s annual fund by December 31 will be matched dollar for dollar, up to $50,000.
The Fall Student Exhibition will feature artworks in media ranging from drawings to digital art.
Oncology nurse Elizabeth Hurter '95 still draws from what she learned at Elmhurst, and lauds her professors for helping students to succeed.
Public Health Online, a leading resource for public health education and careers, recognized the College's online master’s program in public health.
Elmhurst College presents two performances of the traditional festival on Friday, December 5.
Bertolt Brecht’s highly theatrical exploration of morality, ethics and survival opens November 13 at Elmhurst College.
Elmhurst College hosts the Chicago-based Kontras Quartet for Geselligheid: Works of Beethoven, Tchaikovsky and Turina.
The College will honor military veterans with discussions, concerts and other activities.
The Elmhurst groundskeeper and visionary plantsman played an instrumental role in creating the College's arboretum campus.
The November 15 information session will highlight graduate and accelerated degree completion programs.
The longtime Vatican analyst will present Against the Tide: The Radical Leadership of Pope Francis on November 13.
The senior minister at St. Peters United Church of Christ in Chicago and an Elmhurst graduate, Rev. Mayer maintained strong ties with the College.