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  • Students, Faculty and Staff Honored During 2021 Honors Week

    Students, faculty and staff were honored during Olivet College’s virtual Honors Week celebration, May 10-13. Awards were presented through Zoom video chats in various categories, including Business, Insurance and Risk Management, Health and Human Performance, Athletics, Arts and Humanities, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Music, Social Sciences, Visual Arts, RN-BSN Program and Community Responsibility. The Office […]

  • Olivet College CARES: Let’s Get Vacc to Normal!

    Dear Students, We are determined, mighty and strong. We are also kind, compassionate, patient and understanding. That is what makes us Olivetians. That is what is helping us win our fight against COVID-19. Be proud of a job well done! Let’s keep it up … and let’s all roll up our sleeves! Summer may be […]

  • Meet Rising Sophomore Jade Smith

    Rising sophomore Jade Smith only just completed her first year at Olivet College, and she’s already found her fit in her major and several clubs on campus. Jade is preparing for a career in the field of psychology, and she’s especially grateful for the professional connections and personal mentors she’s gained in a short time. […]

  • Decision Time 2021

    Decision time is here! Students nationwide are beginning to make their college decision official. Submitting your deposit this spring for the fall semester allows you to register for your New Student Orientation, secure your preferred housing and schedule your fall classes early with plenty of time left to enjoy your summer and prepare for the […]

  • Olivet College Extends Presidency of Steven M. Corey, Ph.D.

    In a strong show of support for the leadership of Olivet College President Steven M. Corey, Ph.D., the Board of Trustees has extended his presidency for three years, through 2024. At that point, Corey will have served the College for 14 years. “Olivet College is stronger than ever due to the exemplary leadership and vision […]

  • Olivet College and Eaton Conservation District Receive Stream Monitor Program Funding for Local Watershed

    Olivet College, in partnership with the Eaton Conservation District (ECD), received a Stream Monitoring Startup Grant from the Michigan Clean Water Corps (MiCorps) to establish an Eaton County Collaborative Stream Monitoring Program. The monitoring program will consist of stream sites in Eaton County within the Upper Thornapple River watershed, which is part of the large […]

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