Olivet College

Student Stories

  • Greeks Being More and Doing Good

    Greek life is just one of the numerous extracurricular options at Olivet College – but there’s something special about joining a sorority or fraternity. One hundred seventy-one students make up the 11 Greek organizations at OC. The oldest all-female collegiate society in the nation, the first co-educational literary/social society in the nation, many other century-old […]

  • Emily Dorn Takes on Tuberculosis with Math

    Junior Emily Dorn has always had high expectations for herself, and selecting a college that matched her ambitions was her top priority after graduating from high school. She’s tackling a double major but still finds time to get involved on campus, even holding a leadership role with the Marching Comets. Just when Emily thought her […]

  • Cullen Haesler Takes Flight

    For senior Cullen Haesler, college is an adventure. In fact, he strives to make everything in life a fun, exciting and meaningful growth experience. With big expectations and even bigger goals, Cullen knew making a college selection would be the most important choice of his life. Now four years later, he’s sure he made the […]

  • Leadership Takes Many Forms for This Comet

    Senior Dominique Giroux will graduate in May with a degree in psychology and English, but will be taking away so much more than just an Olivet College education. Her time as a Comet has been packed with events, experiences, challenges, leadership opportunities and a whole lot of successes. The soccer stand out is not quite […]

  • Katie Priest – Making OC her Unique Fit

    Sophomore Katie Priest hasn’t wasted any time diving into campus life at Olivet College. Aside from finding her fit in the classroom, Katie joined a Greek house, the Marching Comets, Art Alliance and Gay Straight Alliance. In addition, she serves as an OC Stories student blogger and was even selected for the invitation-only President’s Leadership […]

  • Bruce Baker – Creating a Home at OC

    Senior Bruce Baker is treating college like a lemon – not because it’s been a sour or bitter experience, but rather because Bruce is squeezing every last drop out of the greatest four years of his life. For him, college is defined by the relationships created and the impact he has on others as cross […]

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