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  • Audra Carson ’87 to be Honored as Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient

    This fall, Audra Carson ’87 will be recognized at Homecoming as a Distinguished Alumni Award recipient. Established in 1958, the award is the highest honor presented to alumni. These alumni are honored for living out the College’s vision, mission and values as well as making positive contributions to their profession and community. Carson is the […]

  • Olivet College Ranked Third in Michigan as Lowest Average for Student Debt

    LendEDU’s fourth annual Student Loan Debt by School by State Report recently ranked Olivet College as third in the state for lowest average student debt. Olivet College joins the likes of the University of Michigan and Wayne State University in the top five. Additionally, the College ranked No. 116 amongst private schools in the U.S. […]

  • Gene Grimley ’63 — A Serendipitous Path

    Gene Grimley ’63 is the first to describe his life as serendipitous. He came to Olivet College by chance and later took a graduate research position by responding to job advertisement on a bulletin board at Michigan State University (MSU). In that position, he set out on a mission for answers to a biological phenomenon […]

  • Olivet College Ranked Twice in 2020 U.S. News and World Report Best College Rankings

    Olivet College is proud to announce it has been included in two 2020 U.S. News and World Report Best College Rankings. Olivet College was ranked eighth as a Top Performer on Social Mobility and 42nd on the Best Regional Colleges in the Midwest list. “These rankings demonstrate Olivet College’s commitment to providing an exceptional educational […]

  • Five Minutes With Kelly Collins ’10, Campus Safety Officer

    Kelly Collins ’10 is both an alumna and a staff member of the College, currently serving as a campus safety officer. Kelly’s drive to work in campus safety stems from her desire to help others, especially by creating a safe and welcoming environment for students. What brought you to OC, and why do you love […]

  • Jillian Johnson is Defining Herself in Her Own Right

    If senior Jillian Johnson were a kitchen appliance, she’d be a blender. “I take in healthy information and experiences I have, and when I’m done processing them, I give them out in mentorship,” Jillian said. Jillian first described herself as an appliance during an interview for her current position at Peckham, a nonprofit vocational rehabilitation […]

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