• FYS Students Define What It Means to Be “Educated”

    Published on Tuesday, January 14, 2020 as a News Story

    After reading and discussing Tara Westover’s book Educated in First Year Seminar classes, Elms students offer their own definitions of what it means to be educated. Read more

    Photo of Nadia French-Graham '23, criminal justice major
  • “Breaking It Down”: Understanding Student Accommodations

    Published on Wednesday, December 18, 2019 as a Student Story

    Julian Manning ’20, a sociology major from Hartford, CT, has a clear vision for his future: working with youth in educational settings. He has a strong start on gaining experience in this area, too, since he mentors 4th and 5th grade students at Homework House in Holyoke, MA.  Read more

    Photo of Julian Manning '20, sociology major
  • What Can I Expect From the Elms Off-Campus Experience?

    Published on Monday, December 9, 2019 as a News Story

    Watch this short video to hear from an alumna, current student, and social work professor about the exceptional education and support that define our programs. Read more

    Photo of Jessica Morris '11, MSW, a graduate of the Elms social work program and an adjunct faculty member for the Elms-ACC off-campus social work program
  • Meet a Professor: Yeukai Imeh, Ph.D.

    Published on Wednesday, December 4, 2019 as a News Story

    Yeukai Imeh, Ph.D., an assistant professor of education, discusses her early years of teaching mathematics in The Bronx, and how she went on to specialize in bilingual education. Read more

  • Unearthing the Secrets of Salamanders

    Published on Wednesday, November 20, 2019 as a Student Story

    Two Elms biology majors are assisting with a research study on abnormal behavior in Eastern red-backed salamanders. Their findings could impact the way conservationists address deforestation. Read more

  • “Entrepreneurial Thinking” Benefits Healthcare

    Published on Wednesday, November 20, 2019 as a Student Story

    Crystal Allen ’18, RN, is innovating ways for healthcare systems to transform their medical waste into sustainable educational resources. Read more

    Photo of Crystal Allen '18, RN
  • Alumnus is a PA on a Path

    Published on Wednesday, November 20, 2019 as a Student Story

    Jacob Freeman ’14, a graduate of the postbaccalaureate pre-physician assistant program at Elms, provides medical support to the New England Patriots. Read more

    Photo of Jacob Freeman, PPS '14
  • Internship Helps STEM Scholar Find Her Passion

    Published on Wednesday, November 20, 2019 as a Student Story

    Mariah Dudash ’20, a biology major from Pittsburgh, PA, completed a research-intensive internship with Pioneer Valley Life Sciences Institute. Read more

    Photo of Mariah Dudash '20, biology major
  • Linda Humphrey Lyimo ’21

    Published on Monday, October 21, 2019 as a Student Story

    Catholic values are front and center for Linda Humphrey Lyimo ’21, a transfer student from Tanzania. The CITS major fell in love with Elms thanks to her religious roots. Read more

    Photo of Linda Humphrey Lyimo '21
  • Off-Campus Programs Help Students Discover Their Purpose

    Published on Monday, October 21, 2019 as a News Story

    Students across western Mass. are benefiting from affordable, convenient degree-completion programs at seven of our community college partners. Read more

    Photo of student at HCC, one of our off-campus locations