Olivet College FAQs
Does Olivet College have my major?
Olivet College offers 32 majors and 24 minors ranging from Accounting to Sports Psychology, Journalism, Chemistry, Criminal Justice, Graphic Design – and much more! Look here for our full list of majors, and find your perfect fit.
How much is tuition?
Check here for the base cost of Undergraduate tuition at Olivet College. Since every Olivet College student qualifies for some form of financial aid, please call your academic enrollment specialist to estimate the cost of your Olivet College education.
How do I qualify for Financial Aid?
Check here for help on applying for undergraduate financial aid, grants and scholarships.
Where will I live?
Here you will find all of the information about living on campus.
Is tutoring available?
Check out Olivet’s Student Resource Center.
How do I schedule a campus visit?
Olivet College offers multiple visit events throughout the year, such as Academic Preview Days, in addition to personalized campus visits. Check out our list of campus visit events you can RSVP for, and if a date doesn’t work for you, a personalized campus visit can be scheduled.
How can I get involved on campus?
Olivet College offers ample opportunity to get involved or to be entertained. Part of the fun of attending Olivet College are all of the student groups and organizations, intramural sports and enjoying the local scene.
What is the Olivet College Advantage?
Olivet College offers students incredible opportunities to get more than an education! The Olivet College ADVANTAGE offers four core advantages: Service learning projects, with hands-on experiences at the core of each program; Global learning opportunities that provide diverse and innovative educational experiences abroad; Industry-leading internship and research opportunities; and, graduation in four years or the fifth year is tuition free.
What about sports?
With two out of three students playing a sport – and the rest cheering them on – athletics is a big part of campus life. Olivet College is a NCAA Division III school with men’s and women’s athletic teams. Our athletes love what they do, and they work hard. We’re always looking for new talent. Are YOU ready to be a Comet?