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“One of my favorite things about being a student is the emphasis on opportunities for service. Over the summer I was given the chance to better myself and my community when I traveled to Costa Rica to teach ESL and share in the culture there.”

—Megan Mitten ’21 on service-based learning experiences at Emory & Henry

Copey de Dota, Costa Rica

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Mzuri Moyo Aimbaye is commemorating the 50th year of the Civil Rights Act with her one-woman play...

Emory & Henry Celebrates the Work of Women in Civil Rights

Emory & Henry College will hold a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Week of Awareness January 18-26, 2020 in recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Andrew Earp, senior member of the E&H Marching Band.

When in Rome

The Emory & Henry Marching Band is off to Rome to perform in a parade on January 1, 2020!
The MOT Class of 2019 had 33 graduates.

Second Class of Occupational Therapists Graduate from School of Health Sciences

Emory & Henry College School of Health Sciences graduated its second class of students with a master’s degree in Occupational Therapy (MOT) at the Lincoln Theatre on Saturday, Dec. 14 in downtown Marion. The 33 students hail from six states and plan to practice in various areas of the country.