Alisa Parker to Speak at Olivet College in Honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Author, Actress Polo Reo Tate Named Keynote Speaker for 2019 Cultivating Women Leaders Event
Student and Collegiate Center: Our Gathering Place
Olivet College Exhibits “Epiphany” by Linda Rzoska
Olivet College presents the exhibition “Epiphany” by Linda Rzoska. The exhibit will be open Jan. 17-Feb. 21 with an artist’s reception Feb. 8, 5-7 p.m. The display and reception will be held at the Kresge Foundation Art Gallery, located in the Riethmiller Blackman Art Building at Olivet College, 320 S. Main St. The gallery is […]Read More...
Hosford History Center and Lawrence Archive: From the Past to the Future
The Hosford House has been part of Olivet College for almost as long as the college has been in existence. Built by Oramel Hosford, one of institution’s founders, the house is believed to be the oldest residence in the city of Olivet and one of the college’s most historic structures. Come Founders’ Day 2019, it […]Read More...
Olivet College is Once Again Named Gold-Level Veteran-Friendly School
Olivet College is proud to announce its designation as a 2018-19 Gold-level Veteran-Friendly School by the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency (MVAA). MVAA’s Veteran-Friendly School Program recognizes academic institutions of higher learning committed to supporting the needs of student-veterans and dependents. Olivet College has been named to the highest level status of institutions that offer veteran-centric […]Read More...