Emory & Henry College was founded in 1836 and in its 175 years has garnered a reputation for being a strong academic institution of national renown. The links below provide a quick overview of the College's costs, student population, faculty and recent honors and recognitions.
Here you will find an overview of data that may be able to answer some of your questions quickly. This link includes information about tuition, fees, student population, the E&H faculty and alumni giving. We welcome additional questions you might have, and we encourage you to learn more about the affordable quality of an E&H education.
Emory & Henry is consistently honored for its achievements and is ranked on the national level. Among its recent honors was the 2009 Presidential Award for Service Learning, the highest national recognition for community service and service learning. In addition, Emory & Henry is ranked among the top 30 liberal arts colleges and universities in the nation by Washington Monthly and among the first tier of national liberal arts colleges by U.S. News & World Report. Newsweek ranks Emory & Henry No. 4 among all institutions in the nation in providing effective community service and service learning.
According to measurements of student satisfaction conducted by the Student Satisfaction Inventory (SSI), Emory & Henry students rate their college well above the national average for four-year institutions with regard to the quality of the instruction they receive and the effectiveness of their academic advisors. At the same time, student engagement at Emory & Henry far outpaces student engagement at most institutions of higher education, according to surveys conducted by the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE).