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 award-winning Elmhurst College Jazz Band will pay tribute to the world-renowned jazz composer and arranger in an April 7 concert.
A study co-authored by Margaret Rooney ’07 found that men who frequently post selfies on social media are more likely to be narcissists.
Household items ranging from electronics to eyeglasses will be accepted for reuse or recycling.
Elmhurst alum Aaron Tabor has launched an effort to link health professionals with people in need of care.
On April 14, the Elmhurst Learning and Success Academy will showcase its programs with information sessions, tours and music.
The Pulitzer Prize–winning author and journalist will present 'The Legacy of Ben Bradlee: Journalism Then and Now.'
A professor at Union Theological Seminary, Cone was the keynote speaker at the Niebuhr Forum on Religion in Public Life on March 19.
On April 1, Gradel and Simpson will discuss their recently published book, Corrupt Illinois: Patronage, Cronyism, and Corruption.
Bruce Dold of the Chicago Tribune will moderate the April 9 event, which will focus on the challenges facing America.
Author Bernd Wollschlaeger will talk about his struggle to reconcile the truth about Nazi Germany with his father’s past.
The Illinois Council for Continuing Higher Education recently selected an online Elmhurst course to receive its 2015 Innovative Initiative Award.
The College’s corporate training division will offer several opportunities to learn more about Microsoft Excel®.
Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner makes a special appearance at the College's annual celebration of its partnership with the community.
The exhibition of works by Geoffrey Sciacca and Dustan Creech runs from March 12 through April 16.
The session on March 21 will highlight graduate and accelerated degree completion programs.