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  • Meet Miranda Pier: Future Tax Consultant

    Senior accounting major Miranda Pier is reshaping the traditional college path. First she landed an outstanding job; now she’s focusing on graduating and preparing for the Certified Public Accountant Exam. In January 2021, Miranda will begin as a tax consultant with Deloitte, the largest professional services network in the world. The opportunity came after Miranda […]

  • Leah Miller — Leaving her Comfort Zone

    Junior Leah Miller is a double major in writing and history with a minor in music. She is a part of two music ensembles, the Global Citizen Honors Program, Alpha Lambda Epsilon and the 2019-20 President’s Leadership Institute class. Despite her busy schedule, Leah has even found time to study abroad. Most importantly, Leah says […]

  • Five Minutes With Tim Eilola, Admissions Representative

    Tim Eilola recently joined the Olivet College admissions team to serve as an admissions representative. As a recent college graduate himself, Tim is passionate about helping students explore their own educational opportunities. He believes Olivet College’s commitment to inclusivity and a relationship-based education model makes it an excellent choice for high school students. Prior to […]

  • Third Annual Olivet College Regional High School Student Art Exhibition

    The Olivet College visual arts program is proud to present the third annual Olivet College Regional High School Student Art Exhibition. High school juniors and seniors from across the state may enter 2D, 3D, ceramics and graphic design artwork to compete for Olivet College talent-based scholarships up to $3,000. Submissions will be accepted from Nov. […]

  • Making a Difference in a Technology-Driven World

    Senior Justin Lavin has grown up in a technology-driven world, and now he’s preparing for a career in the field to help spread global awareness. This academic year as one of the 2019-20 Cutler Fellows, Justin got a jump start on his goal. “I’ve always had an interest in computers and how they work,” Justin […]

  • Five Minutes with Matthew Gay, Outdoor Recreation and Competitive Clay Target Program Head Coach

    Matthew Gay serves as the head coach for Olivet College’s outdoor recreation and competitive clay target program. The program supports Michigan’s long-standing outdoor traditions and provides a unique opportunity for thousands of active high school student-athletes to continue their sport at the college level with great benefits. Team and academic requirements ensure responsibility and safety […]

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