Elizabethtown College, with 1,633 undergraduates from 29 states and 16 foreign countries, is an independent, residential, coeducational college in historic Lancaster County, in south-central Pennsylvania. The College, established by the Church of the Brethren in 1899, maintains 19 academic departments, offering 56 majors, 45 minors. The core curriculum emphasizes the arts, humanities and sciences.
Many of our students say they knew Elizabethtown was the school for them the second they set foot on campus. Campus felt like home already. There was something about the air, or the people, or the way the High Library looked out over campus; Elizabethtown just felt right.>