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  • Olivet College Ranked as 2021-22 National Top Ten Military Friendly School

    Olivet College is proud to announce its designation as a 2021-22 Top 10 Gold-Level Military Friendly® School by Victory Media. The College ranked fourth in the category of private schools not offering a doctorate degree. Military Friendly® serves as a standard to measure an organization’s commitment, effort and success in creating sustainable and meaningful benefits […]

  • Polo Reo Tate to Present at Olivet College Cultivating Women Leaders Speaker Series March 3

    Polo Reo Tate, author, actor and activist, will present as part of the Cultivating Women Leaders Speaker Series on Wednesday, March 3, 1-2 p.m. The speaker series is a program of the Olivet College Women’s Leadership Institute (WLI) and is aimed at personal and professional development for high school and college students through the mentorship […]

  • Olivet College Announces Comet’s Cupboard

    This spring, Olivet College is proud to unveil a new resource available to students — Comet’s Cupboard. Located in the Student Success Center, Comet’s Cupboard is a food pantry open to all students with the goal of combatting food insecurity. Students who need or want food resources have access to free frozen meats, canned goods, […]

  • Mike Fales Named Moderator of the International Congregational Fellowship

    The Rev. Mike Fales ’75, Olivet College director of service learning and campus ministries and assistant professor of interdisciplinary studies and religion, was recently named the Moderator of the International Congregational Fellowship (ICF), the fellowship arm of locally autonomous congregational churches around the world. Congregationalists trace their beginning to a small group of men and […]

  • Olivet College to Observe Black History Month

    Black History Month is a time for recognition, reflection and celebration of the achievements and contributions by African Americans throughout history. The theme for Olivet College’s Black History Month observation is “Struggle Comes Strength: Celebrating Activism in Black History.” Events include a presentation by Tonya C. Bailey, an inspirational conference speaker, workshop presenter and personal […]

  • Marching Comets Reflect on Virtual Performance

      Eight Olivet College Marching Comets hit the national stage this January, including Savanna Baughan ’24, color guard; Grace Forbush ’21, color guard; Laura Fox ’23, drum major; Carsten Gregersen ’22, mellophone; Victoria Herson ’22, baritone; Tori John ’21, baritone saxophone; Kaytlynne Morris ’22, percussion; and Makennah Rousseau ’21, clarinet. These outstanding students were selected […]

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