We believe that learning is most noble when used to benefit others, regardless of chosen career path. We prepare our students to lead rich lives of purpose and meaning, while advancing independent thought, personal integrity and social responsibility. These are the foundations for a life of learning.
The Class of 2017's senior class gift is a community well that provides water to almost 300 residents in Port Loko, Sierra Leone.
Jake Evans, Buck Kauffman, and David Good created a prototype vest to help in the physical therapy of a 3-year-old boy with Cerebral Palsy.
Entrepreneurship is not something that should be kept within the business world. Cross-major groups present their products to Lancaster Angel Network.
Nothing underscores the strength of an Elizabethtown College education more powerfully than the great work of our graduates. They have gone on to achieve career distinction and personal fulfillment in all walks of life. More importantly, they stay engaged and give back to their alma mater. It is no surprise that 99% of our recent graduates have either found full-time employment or are enrolled in a graduate school program less than one year after leaving "the Blue Jay nest".