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  • A Dedicated Partnership — Olivet College and the Kalamazoo Promise

    Olivet College is a proud partner of the Kalamazoo Promise, a scholarship program offering eligible graduates of Loy Norrix High School and Kalamazoo Central High School financial assistance to attend college with a scholarship of up to 100% of tuition. The scholarship amount is determined by students’ residency and attendance in the Kalamazoo Public School […]

  • Junior Taytum Myers has Advice for You

    Junior Taytum Myers is an exercise science major and sports psychology minor from Brethren. She especially enjoys sharing her story in order to inspire and motivate others. Hear what Taytum has to say on… College Advice: My number one piece of advice for high school students is “get comfortable with being uncomfortable.” College is a […]

  • Five Minutes with Erin Pavloski ‘13, Visiting Assistant Professor of Natural and Physical Sciences

    Erin Pavloski ’13 recently joined the OC faculty to serve as visiting assistant professor of natural and physical sciences. While she is new to the College’s faculty, she has been a member of the College family for years, earning her degree in environmental science and biology and graduating among the top five in her class. […]

  • Junior Johnny Brazier — Combining his Passions

    Salt and pepper. Peanut butter and jelly. Risk management and amusement parks? Junior Johnny Brazier is on the path to creating his own iconic duo with a career goal to work as a risk management specialist for an amusement park. He’s also a college athlete and part of Greek life. He’s engaged on campus with […]

  • Senior Brandie Pomeroy — The Great Balancing Act

    Senior Brandie Pomeroy is experiencing college a little differently than most students — and that’s because she’s not just a student. She also serves as a full-time campus safety officer at Olivet College, complimenting her studies as a criminal justice major with concentrations in corrections and law enforcement. Brandie doesn’t feel like she’s missing out […]

  • Senior Brittany Matsumoto — Going for her Goals

    Senior Brittany Matsumoto admits that the transition to college wasn’t easy. She knew a relationship-based college experience would help her reach her goals — but what were those goals? Now, Brittany has customized a unique path of study with a sociology and anthropology major and minors in gerontology and business administration. She hopes to become […]

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