Elizabethtown College, known to students and locals as E-town, was founded by the Church of Brethren in 1899 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. One of about a dozen centennial colleges in the region, Elizabethtown College is continually well regarded for its comprehensive education, offering programs in many academic disciplines as well as 12 unique interdisciplinary study options. The school has shown a continued dedication to improving student living. In the past five years, two brand new academic buildings - the Hoover Center for Business and Masters Center for Science Math and Engineering - have opened near Elizabethtown student housing. Today, nearly 2,000 full-time students enroll at the college, spreading into off campus housing in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania.
For fourteen consecutive years, the college has ranked among the top comprehensive colleges in the north by the U.S. News and World Report. The school fits this profile ably, offering 45 majors and more than 60 minors and concentrations in the humanities, arts and sciences and professional disciplines. As a result, student living at Elizabethwon College takes students in many directions, depending on their career goals and academic interests.
Students may also choose to live on campus or to rent an Elizabethtown College apartment in the community. Off campus housing places students in a town of about 11,000 residents and small downtown area near North Market Street. Students often prefer to eat outdoors at T.J. Rockwell's or catch a flick at Movietown Cinemas.
Looking for apartments near Elizabethtown College in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania? Look no further than ApartmentGuide.com to find Elizabethtown College apartments for rent and learn more about this neighborhood.