Affinity/Identity Communities

What are Affinity/Identity Communities?

Affinity/Identity Communities offer specialized resources for students of multiple identities. On these pages, you’ll find guides to help you navigate common situations and issues, relevant articles and links, and much more.

We currently have two Identity/Affinity Communities with related resources:

  • International Students
  • Visible/Invisible Disabilities

 

Opportunities in Your Inbox

By joining an Identity/Affinity Community at Earlham, you’ll start receiving information from the CGCE about upcoming opportunities related to that community. That means special invitations to events, timely communications about internships and jobs, and much, much more.

Join Your Community

It’s easy to get started. Just log into uConnect (see the top right-hand corner of this page) and fill out your preferences, making sure you select the Identity/Affinity Communities you’re most interested in. You can log in and change your selections at any time.

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Resources

Website: https://www.chevening.org/scholarships/

Campus Contact: None

Chevening Scholarships enable outstanding emerging leaders from all over the world* to pursue one-year master’s …

Signing Black in America

Just like spoken languages, sign languages have dialects. Black ASL is the unique dialect of American Sign Language (ASL) that …

Talking Black in America

TALKING BLACK in AMERICA follows the unique circumstances of the descendants of American slaves and their incredible impact on American …

Featured Classes

EPIC 171:Foundations

Prof. Marya Bower
The EPIC Foundations course is a required pre-departure course for students participating in Earlham-funded summer internships and independent student experiences…

ELL 205: Seminar on Social Trends

Through reading and discussion of current events, this course focuses on participating and facilitating in-class discussion, building communicative confidence, critical…

ELL 206: Effective Public Speaking and Presenting

Through the creation of a personalized portfolio, repeated whole-group presentations, and reflection, this course focuses on building public speaking/communication skills,…

ELL Reading & Writing Courses

Support for reading and writing skills for English Language Learners is built into specific sections of the required first-year writing…

INTD 199: International Student Success

This course provides tools to succeed as an international student at Earlham. We discuss cross-cultural adjustment and communication, classroom expectations,…

Contact & Location

Phone
(765) 983-1424
Address

801 National Rd W
1st Floor Landrum Bolling Center
Richmond, IN 47374

Career Service Hours

M 9am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm
T 9am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm
W 9am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm
TH 9am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm
F 9am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm