Earlham College, established by the Religious Society of Friends, also called the Quakers, is in Richmond, Indiana. The college came was established in 1847 and since then has been a private, residential, co-educational, college of liberal arts. A non-profit college, it covers an area of approximately 800 acres and caters to more than 1000 students. An exceptional feature about this college is that there are no titles for the teaching staff since Quakers always believed in equality.
Primarily an undergraduate college, Earlham offers two graduate programs: the Masters of Arts in Teaching as well as the Master of Education. The undergraduate program offers courses in a number of fields including liberal arts, mathematics, drama and performing arts, among others.
Earlham College hosts both men's and women's sports teams who play basketball, volleyball, outdoor and indoor track and tennis. The teams are nicknamed the Quakers and they participate in the North Coast Athletic Conference.
Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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