Live Your Best Life at Elizabethtown College

Can you do good in the world and earn a good living too? Elizabethtown College students do. They become the influential advocates and changemakers, exceptional communicators and cause organizers the world needs more of. You’ll find the College’s “Educate for Service” motto written all across its campus, but you won’t just read it. You’ll live it.



An Etown education means more than achieving your academic goals. It means its students work toward being a force for good. The College combines the most sought-after professional programs taught by outstanding professor-mentors, guaranteed high-impact experiences like research, internships, and cross-cultural study all with a 120+ year tradition of learning to think critically, analyze deeply, and communicate effectively. With over 60 majors that can be paired with over 100 minors and concentrations, an Etown education will make you exceptional in whatever profession you choose.


The College’s student body is made up of nearly 1700 students from a range of different racial, ethnic, religious, and socioeconomic backgrounds. With a first-generation student population of nearly 34 percent, Etown is proud to offer a quality education to students seeking to find their most fulfilling path.



Nearly every student on campus receives some level of financial aid with the College offering over $20 million in institutional scholarships and grants in order to provide access to an affordable education.

Etown is also a place where you can express yourself. The College offers a wide variety of student clubs and organizations to help you discover your passion and connect with others and its 24 NCAA DIII athletic programs provide you with the chance to compete beyond the classroom. You’ll find that the student-centered culture is at the heart of everything Etown does.


You can find out how Etown prepares students just like you to live their best life at one of its many virtual or in-person admissions events this spring!


Learn more at etown.edu.