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The college of the Presbyterian Church in America in Lookout Mountain, Georgia
  • 100%
    of students participate
    in service learning
  • 93%
    of alumni say that Covenant
    prepared them to think critically
  • 13:1
    student-faculty
    ratio
  • 99%
    of students receive
    financial aid
  • #1
    in freshman retention rate
    among southern colleges
  • 95%
    of alumni are members or
    regular attenders of a local church

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Commencement 2017

Covenant College's sixty-second annual commencement will be held Saturday, May 6, 2017 at the Chattanooga Convention Center.

READ Covenant

Covenant is embarking on a Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) to improve reading and discussion in the Covenant classroom.

Reformed Christian College

Dr. Kelly Kapic discusses the difficulties Christian students face at secular colleges, and outlines the benefits of studying among thoughtful believers at Covenant.

Brass Ensemble at Covenant College
The Covenant College Chorale and Chamber Singers, as well as brass and jazz ensembles, will present their annual spring concert on April 27, 2017.
Spring Formal 2017

Spring Formal, an annual event organized by the Campus Activities Board, took place at the Hunter Museum this year. Students enjoyed dancing, listening to a live band, eating snacks and viewing art.

distinctives

Visit the new distinctives site to explore a set of fast facts that help define the unique experience and value that a Covenant College education provides.

Dr. Bill Davis on the Core Curriculum

Listen as Dr. Bill Davis describes Covenant's core curriculum, which includes Christian doctrine, Western cultural heritage, intercultural experience, foreign language, and mathematics courses as well as distribution requirements in fine arts, social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences.

Model United Nations Club
The Covenant College Model United Nations Club won a delegation award for Outstanding Position Paper at the Southern Regional Model UN 2017 Summit in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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Brad Assaraf

“I believe Covenant is unique in its measurement of success. At Covenant, we are taught that our success is not dependent on how much we have (talent, money, power) but on what we do with what we’re given, empowered by the Spirit of God. All of our talents and resources are gifts from the Father. We’re constantly asking the question, “How can I best steward what I’ve been given?”
  - Brad Assaraf '19

“‘Being yourself’ is a bad idea and a misguided personal goal.” - Listen to Dr. Jay Green explore the unexpected dangers of authenticity.
Shizuo Arima '17 & Sarah Withers '17