a guiding or directing head
Called to lead? Elizabethtown can help you answer that call. In the aptly named Called to Lead (CTL) program you can explore leadership in the context of life meaning, ethical concerns and big questions. CTL offers unique classes, mentorship opportunities and more.
a diagrammatic representation of an area of land or sea showing physical features, cities, roads, etc.
a person who is assigned to share a room with another or others
Living-Learning Communities (LLC) are one of the housing options at E-town. Students of a common major or interest live together in a residence hall. LLC residents can develop deep bonds with each other and their faculty mentor as they immerse themselves in their shared interests.
cooperated coordinated effort on the part of a group or persons acting together
the handing down of statements, beliefs, legends, customs, information, etc. from generation to generation
a person or thing that attracts
Hundreds of colorful magnets cover the Theatre and Dance office suite. The impressive collection belongs to Associate Professor of Theatre Dr. Michael Swanson; the souvenirs spilled over from his filing cabinets into the office's common area. Each one has a story; just ask.
the act of moving from one place to another
Tim Goldkamp '12 and his roommates are often seen riding a surrey - a vehicle made from two bicycles and other random parts. Bikes, skateboards and scooters are also modes of transportation for students. And, at E-town, you also can keep your car on campus.
a social group of any size whose members reside in a specific locality
a room or group of related rooms, among similar sets in one building or group of buildings, designed as a dwelling
to transmit from a radio or television station
a person who acts in stage plays, motion pictures
mineral matter of variable composition
Frank Masters, for whom the Masters Center is named, donated a portion of his massive rock collection to the College. The impressive assortment of precious stones is displayed in the Masters Mineral Gallery, a must-see stop when you visit the College. Also a great place for hands-on lessons!