From enrollment to graduation, Olivet College is committed to your personal, academic and career success.
Throughout this website are examples of how our faculty have impacted the lives of both current students and alumni alike.If you would like to share a story of how a faculty member empowered you toward success, please contact Marty Mason Jennings ’67, director of alumni relations, at email@example.com.
Perks of membership
Emma Cole, recipient of the 2014 Global Citizen Honors Program Full-Tuition Scholarship, will have the opportunity to participate in honors seminar, honors courses and an overseas study trip to Oxford University.
For more information on the benefits of joining GCHP, click here.
Olivet College Earns Place on National Honor Roll for Community Service
The highest federal honor a college or university can receive for its commitment to service, Olivet College has earned this distinction two years in a row. This is due in part to our campus-wide commitment to service. To learn more about local, national and international service experiences we offer at Olivet College, click here.
Each spring, hundreds of Olivet College students take classes all over the world during our Intensive Learning Term (ILT).
For five students in particular, their ILT included whale watching, whitewater rafting, horseback riding, hiking on a glacier and soaking in geothermal pools in Iceland.
Read more about our ILT experience to Iceland here.
We're committed to you!
Olivet College has its own unique personality and character.
We recognize that learning is more than delivering information and facts. At Olivet College, you will learn how to apply the knowledge you acquire in the classroom to your career of choice.
Feel free to learn more about our academic departments and individual majors. For more information on a particular area of study, please call the Office of Admissions at 1-800-456-7189 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
List of Majors
"The love is real. Olivet faculty will help you graduate as long as you are willing to help yourself first. Olivet is small, which means small classes and more opportunities to meet one-on-one with faculty. You aren’t just a number."