Alumni & Post-Grads

Location
Richmond, IN
Undergrads
1,065
Tuition
$40,020
Admission Difficulty
Easy
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Alumni & Post-Grads

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Alumni Office
Alumni Development Office
801 National Rd. West
Phone: (765) 983-1313
Fax: (765) 983-1300
the-alumni-office@earlham.edu
www.earlham.edu/alumni
Alumni Services
  • Alumni career network
  • Alumni e-directory
  • Online class notes
  • Regional events
Alumni Publications
The Earlhamite, published biannually, is the oldest college alumni magazine in continuous publication in the U.S.
Major Alumni Events
Homecoming and Reunion Weekend, held at the end of October, is packed with events like sports games, Meeting for Worship, an open high-ropes course, the Earlham Wimbledon, an open house at the Joseph Moore Museum, and a Saturday night dance.
Famous Alumni
  • Wendell Stanley (Class of '26) – winner of the 1946 Nobel Prize in chemistry
  • James Fowler (Class of '52) – zoologist; correspondent for NBC
  • Thomas Gottschalk (Class of '64) – executive VP/general counsel, General Motors
  • John Loose (Class of '64) - retired CEO/chairman of Corning
  • Josh Penn (Class of '06) – producer of "Beasts of the Southern Wild"
  • Frances Moore Lappe (Class of '66) – activist and author of "Diet for a Small Planet"
  • Manning Marable (Class of '71) – professor, Columbia University; African American Institute director
  • Michael C. Hall (Class of '93) – star of HBO series "Six Feet Under"
  • Andrea Seabrook (Class of '96) – congressional correspondent for National Public Radio
Did You Know?
  • Some of the 1960s men's halls, who came to know themselves by names like "the One-Eyed Jacks" and "the Playboys," still have reunions.
  • Earlham College Birding Big Day, started in 1982, has grown into a fun and successful fundraising event, raising nearly half a million dollars for the College. Most donors pledge a declared sum for each bird species that Earlham students, faculty, and alumni identify in the Whitewater River Valley on a set day in May.
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