• Honors Program Is One-of-a-Kind

    Published on Thursday, April 1, 2021 as a News Story

    Students enrolled in the Elms College Honors Scholar Program explain what makes the program so special. Read more

  • Despite COVID, Elms Community Prevails

    Published on Tuesday, December 22, 2020 as a News Story

    As the spring 2020 semester ended with an empty campus and all classes switched to online instruction due to the COVID-19 pandemic, strategizing to safely reopen the college for the fall was well underway. Read more

    Photo of Br. Michael Duffy teaching class outside on Berchmans lawn
  • $240,000 Grant to Fund Experiential Learning

    Published on Tuesday, December 22, 2020 as a News Story

    Elms College has been awarded a three-year $240,000 grant from the Davis Educational Foundation in support of its ELMS (Experiential Learning Mastering Success) – Real World Ready! learning initiative.  Read more

    Photo of a student in the Center for Student Success
  • Center Aims to Build Ethical, Religious, and Cultural Character

    Published on Tuesday, December 22, 2020 as a News Story

    Critically examining the ways in which ethics, religion, and culture shape the world around us has always been a hallmark of an Elms College education. Read more

    Photo of the launch of the St. Augustine Center for Ethics, Religion, and Culture (CERC)
  • A Christmas Message for Students, Faculty, and Staff

    Published on Thursday, December 17, 2020 as a Blog Post

    President Dumay sends a heartfelt Christmas message to Elms College students, faculty, and staff. Read more

  • CEUE Director is a Passionate Social Justice Educator

    Published on Wednesday, December 16, 2020 as a News Story

    When activist and educator Tyra Good, Ed.D., saw the advertisement seeking a founding faculty director for the Elms College Center for Equity in Urban Education (CEUE), she found that the job description could have been written just for her. Read more

    Photo of Dr. Tyra Good, CEUC executive director
  • Alumnus Pursues Noninvasive Diagnostics

    Published on Tuesday, December 15, 2020 as a News Story

    After a research trip to Cameroon, Michael Zulch ’17 published an article detailing new methods for detecting malaria and lymphatic filariasis in mosquitoes. The methodology parallels the process that research labs around the world are using to develop a COVID-19 vaccine. Read more

    Photo of biology alumnus Michael Zulch '17 in the Larkin Lab at Boston University
  • Sr. Raghida Antoun ’20, MBA ’22

    Published on Tuesday, December 15, 2020 as a Student Story

    Synthesizing the Spiritual with the Secular For Sr. Raghida Antoun ’20, MBA ’22, religious life signifies a commitment to prayer, ministering to the people, and following in the steps of Jesus. But it also includes a deep appreciation for practices less often associated with evangelization, such as public relations, fundraising, and organizational leadership. Read more

    Photo of Sr. Raghida Antoun '20, MBA '22
  • Seniors Thank Donors For Scholarship Support

    Published on Friday, November 20, 2020 as a News Story

    Financial aid from donors makes all the difference when selecting a college. Here, a few senior students offer their words of thanks. Read more

    Photo of a scholarship recipient
  • Samantha Kolodziej ’22

    Published on Thursday, November 12, 2020 as a Student Story

    Future Creative Whenever she designs a logo or advertisement, Samantha “Sam” Kolodziej ’22 aims to evoke an emotional response in her audience through clean lines, bold color palettes, and natural movement. For her, the perfect design is one that transforms an idea into reality. Read more

    Photo of Graphic design major Samantha Kolodziej '22