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Emory & Henry Ranked Top Virginia Liberal Arts College

For the second consecutive year, Washington Monthly has ranked Emory & Henry College as the top liberal arts institution in Virginia and placed it among the top 50 liberal arts schools nationwide.

E&H Trumpet Ensemble Among Elite Music Programs Chosen for Conference

The Emory & Henry College Trumpet Ensemble has been selected to perform at the 2014 International Trumpet Guild Conference, a prestigious event that attracts the best trumpet performers from colleges and universities in the United States and abroad.

E&H Announces New Program: ‘Intermont Equestrian at Emory & Henry College’

Emory & Henry College announced today that it is taking over the Virginia Intermont equestrian operation and facilities, which will now be known as Intermont Equestrian at Emory & Henry College.

President Recognizes E&H for Service, Engagement

Emory & Henry College has been named to the 2014 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with distinction by the Corporation for National and Community Service.

E&H Dramatically Cuts Summer School Tuition

The College will cut per-credit-hour tuition from $465 to $200. In addition, the College will add a third summer term from July 21 to Aug. 8.

E&H Receives Grant to Help Young People Called to Ministry

A $100,000 grant from the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry will support an Emory & Henry College program intended to help young people discern and follow their call to ministry.

Lane Receives Major VA Teaching Award

Dr. Michael Lane, an E&H professor of chemistry and a 2000 graduate of Stanford University, has been awarded the 2014 Virginia Outstanding Faculty Award, given annually by the State Council for Higher Education in Virginia.

Trumpet Ensemble Performs at International Trumpet Guild Conference

The Emory & Henry College Trumpet Ensemble recently performed at the 2014 International Trumpet Guild Conference in Valley Forge, Pa. to widespread acclaim.

Literary Societies Return to Debate Biggest Issues of the Day

It’s been nearly five decades since the verbal sparring of two rival Emory & Henry College debate societies has filled Byars Hall on the E&H campus, but the re-establishment of the Calliopean Literary Society has reignited the rivalry that once existed wi…

Persistence Pays Off for Olivia Bailey

Bailey has been selected to receive a coveted paid fellowship with the International Radio and Television Society Foundation (IRTS) where she will be working with CBS National News.

Morris: E&H Graduates Poised for Lives of Integrity

Emory & Henry College has equipped its graduates well with the tools to lead lives of integrity, according to the founder of the Church Health Center in Memphis, Tenn., the largest primary care health services provider of its kind in the nation.

EHC-TV Finds New Home on Comcast Channel 3

The new channel is expected to give EHC-TV, a production of the College’s Mass Communications Department, much greater visibility on the lower tier Channel 3, and will cover both Smyth County and Washington County, Virginia.

E&H Acquires Former Smyth County Hospital for Marion Campus

Emory & Henry College announced today that it has taken possession of the former Smyth County Community Hospital with the intention of developing a school of health sciences at the E&H campus in Marion.

Summer Campus Visitors Witness Progress on Arts Center

Visitors to the E&H campus this summer have been witness to the ongoing construction of the Woodrow W. McGlothlin Center for the Arts, which is expected to enhance the College’s reputation as a regional leader in the arts and arts education.

E&H Receives 2015 Community Engagement Classification

The Carnegie Foundation announced that Emory & Henry College will continue to be included in its Community Engagement Classification, joining a select group of institutions nationwide that have been recognized for exemplary practices of community engageme…

E&H Student Part of Documentary on Recidivism

An Emory & Henry theatre student serves as an interviewer for a documentary about recidivism – the return of released prisoners to jail – in Tennessee.

E&H Enrollment Climbs 8.2 Percent Over Last Year

Emory & Henry College enrollment for the fall of 2014 has jumped 8.2 percent over last year, bringing the total enrollment at the school to more than 1,000 students for the first time since 2005.

Emory & Henry College Students and Faculty win recognition at Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival

Three faculty members of the Emory & Henry College Theatre Department have won Meritorious Achievement Awards from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) for their work on the fall 2013 shows "Talley’s Folly" and "Into the Woods."

E&H DPT Program Reaches Maximum Number of Deposits for First Year

Emory & Henry College’s Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program reached a significant milestone last week, receiving the maximum number of deposits for an inaugural cohort of students scheduled to begin classes in January, pending final approval from an …