The Elms College was initially known as the College of Our Lady of the Elms. Elms College has emerged as a premier Catholic liberal arts college that was started by the Sisters of St. Joseph. Students of the college are a closely knit community who receive personal attention in the process of education. The four year private institution that was founded in 1928. To make the educational experience complete, the Elms College maintains an exciting sports and athletic life. Basketball, soccer, swimming, hockey, softball are some of the outdoor activities the students engage in. The college is also a member of the NCAA Division III Athletic Team. The atmosphere of the Elms College is student centric with a focus on spiritual life. Assistance is also provided to students with disability. Career assistance, counseling services and health center are part of the college life.
The courses offered at the College are designed to meet the needs of the students with varying interests. The programs at the Elms College also include interdisciplinary studies and pre professional programs. A brief highlight of the courses offered at the Elms College is provided here:
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Computer Information and Technology
Speech and Language Pathology Assistant
Elms College maintains a rolling admission policy. For undergraduate admission at the Elms College, an applicant has to provide record of previous examinations that he or she has qualified long with an application fee. An essay, two recommendation letters, SAT or ACT scores are also needed. International students have to submit TOEFL scores. Graduate students seeking admission at the Elms College in Masters of Arts in Teaching have to submit their MTEL scores.
Elms College provides accommodation facilities to the students. The residence halls of the college provide a student centered atmosphere. The housing at the Elms College consists of the Devine Hall, Rose William Halland the O'Leary Hall.
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