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.
A Chicago-based attorney and author, Shindler will visit the College on March 8 to talk about promoting literacy as a matter of social justice.
The religious leader and social justice advocate will talk about social justice, activism and faith on March 5.
A tireless work ethic has propelled the Elmhurst men’s basketball team into the thick of a conference title race.
In this free four-week course, students can learn about location technologies and geospatial concepts, skills and uses.
The still-life artist’s exhibition, ‘Paintings and Gouaches,’ runs through March 7.
The author of 'Margaret Fuller: An American Life' will present 'My Elizabeths: A Biographer and her Subjects' on March 2.
The widow of legendary professor Rudolf G. Schade, Mrs. Schade was an active member of the College community for more than 50 years.
The Game Developers Club teamed up with campus writers, artists and musicians to create five new games in just 48 hours.
Katie Kailus’s career as an award-winning music-industry magazine editor began with an Elmhurst College internship.
Jon Kefaloukos ’13 has parlayed his business management major into a full-time job with the Gears of War gaming franchise at Microsoft.
Alumna Briana Mingus has joined the fight against deadly diseases as a Peace Corps health educator in Burkina Faso.
The author and cultural historian will present 'The Strange Eventful History of Young Soul Rebels' on February 18.
This year's headliners include Jimmy Heath, the Bill Holman Big Band, Sean Jones, Dennis Mackrel and the Elmhurst College Jazz Band.
The Elmhurst president weighs in on Duke University’s recent decision not to allow Muslim students to use the bell tower for their call to prayer.
Howard's exhibition of drawings runs through February 28 in the Founders Lounge of the Frick Center.