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’s June fund-raising campaign raised more than $218,000 and broke the College’s single-day giving record three times.
A former foreign correspondent, Stanley will present Small Screen, Big Mirror: Television Reflections in the New Millennium.
The delegation met with campus leaders, faculty and students to learn more about religious tolerance in the United States.
The October 7 panel features Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart and other experts from law enforcement and social service groups.
Thomas E. Ricks, the Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Fiasco: The Military Adventure in Iraq, spoke at Elmhurst on September 11.
Members of the public are invited to tour the new facility, located at Elmhurst Memorial Hospital.
The activist, professor and environmental lawyer comes to Elmhurst College on October 2.
Mendieta, an author, philosopher and professor at Stony Brook University, will present The Rights of Immigrants and the Duties of Nations.
Physics and chemistry major Luis Rubio earns a prestigious summer research experience in a Harvard nanotechnology lab.
U.S. News & World Report rankings join Money and Forbes in touting Elmhurst as a great school at a great price.
An author, psychologist and hospice worker, Singh comes to Elmhurst on September 18 to discuss the spiritual dimensions of life's final transition.
Author and psychiatrist Andrew Solomon will speak at Elmhurst College on September 25.
The work of graphic artist CHema Skandal! and artist/illustrator Diana Solís will be featured in the College’s Hispanic Heritage Exhibition.
Several top arts critics will appear at Elmhurst College on September 16 for a conversation about the highlights of the fall arts season in Chicago.
A summer at New York’s renowned Stella Adler Studio taught theatre major Gina Berceau lessons about acting and about herself.