- Mailing Address
1600 E. Euclid
McPherson, Kansas 67460
- (800) 365-7402
- Email address
- School Information
- "Founded in 1887, McPherson College is a four-year liberal arts college related to the Church of the Brethren. The beautiful 27-acre campus is set in McPherson, a town of 13,000 that is one of the top 100 small towns in the U.S., with a strong diversified economic base, located in central Kansas 50 miles north of Wichita. The college has a primarily residential student body of approximately 800 from 33 states and 6 foreign countries providing a diverse and welcoming community. McPherson College offers over 30 areas of study including pre-professional programs and the unique option to create a student-designed major allow students to combine select courses throughout the curriculum to meet their specific personal and professional goals" (Source: https://www.mcpherson.edu/about/). The student to faculty ratio is 15 to 1.
- General Information
- McPherson joined the Liberal Arts College Racial Equity Leadership Alliance in 2020. The college has also announced that it plans on instituting further diversity and inclusion training. All student leaders undergo diversity and inclusion training. See developments below:
Anti-Racism, Bias, and Diversity Training
On June 1, 2020, the school released a statement responding to the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor, saying, "the events of the last several days are a stark reminder of the importance of our work to end racism. We are committed to do better as a campus by continuing our work with the Kansas Leadership Center to ensure a more inclusive culture through meaningful dialogue, training, and new initiatives. We will continue to support diversity and inclusion training for all student leaders and any interested student through the Student Government Association."
Program and Research Funding
McPherson offers Chicago Center programs which provide an "emphasis on 'hands-on' experience" that "helps students deepen their understanding of America's economic and political structures, race and gender relations, and the role of the arts in community and social discourse."