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School of Health Sciences Golf Tournament in Marion, VA

The first annual Emory & Henry School of Health Sciences Golf Tournament will be held at Holston Hills Community Golf Course in Marion, Va. on Sept. 12. The event is held in appreciation of the loyal contributors to the Emory & Henry College School of Hea…

Art Alumni

Emory & Henry art alumni are doing great things. Art students at Emory & Henry College create in a stimulating environment with nationally recognized studio artists and historians. The program is a combination of a liberal arts education with rigorous stu…

Ferrum Tailgate 2014

It was the first tailgate of 2014 and all through the parking lot everyone was stirring and having fun...and awful lot!

Planned Giving

By making a planned gift through your assets or estate, you are providing for the future of the College and could potentially have a positive impact on your own financial preparations. Planned gifts can take many forms, including bequests, life insurance,…

Banned Books Week

What do The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck, Beloved by Toni Morrison, The Sun also Rises by Ernest Hemingway, and The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien all have in common? These titles, among others, have been banned from libraries and schools in th…

Student Organizations

Student artists participate in student art organizations that offer them a group to call home and a banner under which success, talent, creativity and scholarship can be proudly displayed. Students with a passion for visual art enjoy excursions, lectures,…

E&H Currently Presenting Roth’s ‘Speculative Conveyance’ in the 1912 Gallery

The 1912 Gallery at Emory & Henry College presents during September “Speculative Conveyance,” an exhibition of sculptures by John R. G. Roth.

Wasper Road Show

Two E&H alumni found each other recently while sharing a fondness for southern treasures; Ken Farmer ('72), from Antiques Road Show, and Betsy Farris Hulcher ('68).

Undergraduate Special Student Application

Use this application if you plan to take an undergraduate level course, but you are not seeking to obtain a degree.

Sewanee Tailgate

It was tailgate time at the University of the South, and Emory & Henry showed up to picnic...and to win!

Emory & Henry to Host Global Street Fair to Celebrate International Month

The Office of International Education at Emory & Henry College will kick-off its annual celebration of International Month on Friday, Sept. 5 with a Global Street Fair.

Sewanee Tailgate

Bring your friends...bring your snacks...we'll watch them sack the quarterbacks!

Shop the Bookstore

If your old t-shirt is worn out or you need to check out the latest blue and gold offerings, be in touch with the college bookstore, the E&H Mercantile!

Three-Dimensional Art

Sculpture builds upon additive and subtractive processes in a variety of media with an emphasis on three-dimensional expression.

World-renowned monarch scientist to lecture at Emory & Henry College

On the heels of a legal petition seeking Endangered Species Act protection for monarch butterflies, world-renowned monarch scientist Dr. Lincoln Brower will give a public lecture at Emory & Henry College Sept 10th at 7:30 p.m. in Wiley Auditorium.

Rachel Milligan, mezzo soprano

Mezzo-soprano, Rachel Milligan, presents this recital of works for the voice by Hahn, Schumann, Poulenc, Rachmaninoff, Britten and Mascagni. Milligan is in her second year as adjunct faculty in the Emory & Henry music department and is a graduate with bac…

Undergraduate International First-Year Application

Use this application if you are an international student planning to attend Emory & Henry College as a first-year student (freshman).

Visiting Artists

Emory & Henry College sponsors rotating exhibits by emerging and nationally acclaimed artists who work from a variety of philosophical perspectives. These visiting artists actively interact with art students during their campus visits, which also include …

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