Junior Hailey Willett has never been one to let the dust settle.
From her first moment on campus, she has been an active member of the Olivet College family and hasn't looked back.
As the newly elected Student Government Association (SGA) president, Blayne White, a junior majoring in insurance and risk management, is pumped for fall.
White’s top priorities for 2014-15 include building upon Olivet’s community feel, and increasing the number of events the organization both coordinates and funds.
Olivet College offers opportunities to get involved – or lead – organizations from the moment you arrive on campus. It’s not unheard of for a student like you to be editor of our student newspaper, a member of a Greek society and a Student Government class representative before the beginning of your sophomore year.
Click here for a complete list of ways you can get involved at Olivet College.
About Olivet's Campus Life
If you want to get involved or be entertained, you have ample opportunity at Olivet College.
When you arrive on campus as a full-time student, please stop by the Office of Student Life in the Mott Academic Center. They’ll help you connect with an organization or activity that’s a perfect fit for you. In the meantime, feel free to peruse our organizations and activities for a thorough snapshot of life at Olivet College.
"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."