a student studies in the Math Library
Scholarship is Curiosity
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In the Classroom and Beyond
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Residential by Design

Sherry Turner speaks with students in civil rights museum For Fourth Consecutive Year, First-Year Students Tour Memphis' National Civil Rights Museum

First-years students toured The National Civil Rights Museum with faculty and administrators supplementing the exhibits with lectures on African American history, ​​​​​​​Brown vs. Board, the Selma to Montgomery march, the Sanitation Workers' Strike, and the life and work of Dr. King. All four class years at Rhodes have now participated in the experience.

student processional going past a Gothic stone library Rhodes Welcomes Its Newest Class, Marks Its 171st Academic Year

Of its more than 2,000 students, who come from 47 states and represent 54 countries, approximately 520 first-year students and 18 transfer students have committed to enroll fall 2019. Multicultural and international students make up 40 percent of the Class of 2023—an 8 percent increase compared with last year’s incoming class.

professor, standing next to a college administrator,  holding an award plaque Accounting Professor Pamela Church Honored for Outstanding Faculty Service

Dr. Pamela Church, associate professor of accounting at Rhodes College, was presented the 2019 Jameson M. Jones Award for Outstanding Faculty Service at the college’s Opening Convocation Aug. 16.

group shot of new faculty on the steps of Burrow Hall New Faculty Roll Call

Rhodes professors equip students to think and understand in new ways through rigorous academics and opportunities for exploration outside of the classroom. The college welcomes 15 new faculty to its distinguished roster for the 2019-2020 academic year.

gothic stone tower Academic Affairs Leadership: Several Tapped to Serve as Directors

New director positions have been added in the Office of Academic Affairs as part of the leadership teams of the associate provost, dean for faculty development, and dean for curricular development.

split screen of two Rhodes students Rhodes Students Walk Alongside Refugees Striving for a Promising Future

Refugee Empowerment Program is located a five-minute drive from the Rhodes campus in the Binghampton neighborhood. REP assists the refugee and immigrant population of Memphis through education, advocacy, and support programs.Rhodes students Khiem Nguyen and Mildred Vazquez spent this summer there serving as literacy coaches.
students walking on campus

Rhodes will welcome the Class of 2023 with a week of activities beginning Aug. 15.

Students studying in the library

Rhodes is repeatedly recognized as a top college by Princeton Review, Forbes, Kiplinger, and many more.

students visiting with their families

Family Weekend provides an opportunity for parents and families to participate in the life of campus.