The college of the Presbyterian Church in America in Lookout Mountain, Georgia
The college of the Presbyterian Church in America in Lookout Mountain, Georgia
  • 100%
    of students participate
    in service learning
  • 14:1
    student-faculty
    ratio
  • #1
    in freshman retention rate
    among southern colleges
  • 93%
    of alumni say that Covenant
    prepared them to think critically
  • 95%
    of alumni are members or
    regular attenders of a local church
  • 99%
    of students receive
    financial aid
French major

Drew Nelson '16 describes his experiences as a French major at Covenant, including a semester spent studying abroad at Aix-en-Provence.

Covenant College survey

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David Yleah

Born in Liberia, David Yleah ’99 returned to his home country to bring his knowledge of public health and his heart for the people of Liberia to the front lines of the Ebola crisis.

Johnny describes learning from other students' shared life experiences in the supportive environment of Covenant's discussion-based psychology classes.
Dean's List
Covenant College congratulates the following students on their academic achievement for the spring 2016 term.
Wipf and Stock recently published In Defense of the Eschaton: Essays in Reformed Apologetics, an anthology of essays by Dr. William Dennison, edited by Covenant alumnus James Douglas Baird ’14.
Take a few minutes to watch alumni and students reflect on the importance of Carter Hall to the Covenant College story. We hope you will be encouraged and full of thankfulness for the work God is doing through Covenant College. Stay up to date on the progress of the restoration project at covenant.edu/carter.
affordability

Check out the new affordability.covenant.edu website to learn how scholarships, grants, and student employment reduce the sticker price for 99% of students.

Dr. Kevin Eames, professor of psychology, recently authored Cognitive Psychology of Religion, a book that explores questions about the origins of belief in God, the “cognitive architecture” that leads people to believe in the supernatural, neuroscience, and childhood development.
Dr. Dan Zuidema and chemistry major Lindsey Herndon ’17 recently co-authored an article published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Chemical Education.
EdenThistle

Six years ago, Marshall ’08 and Katherine Whitmire Teague ’06 thought they would spend the rest of their lives in Oregon. Today they live in Lookout Mountain, where they operate a sustainable farm called EdenThistle.

Kate Baker

“...one thing that I particularly enjoy is that there are students from a lot of different areas of the country in a small, tight-knit learning community. I think around 76% of students at Covenant are from out of state. You have all the diversity of a larger institution, but you are small enough to actually enjoy it. ”
  - Kate Baker '17

Derek Halvorson

"The Lord’s Day, the Christian Sabbath, a day every week devoted wholly to worship and rest and fellowship, really is a wonderfully good gift—one that we ought to cherish, and preserve, and take advantage of."
- President J. Derek Halvorson ’93
Senior Testimonies
Listen to four seniors share what they have learned during their time at Covenant.

Daniel Lloyd & Ima Umoh    
Beatrice Brackin & Hunter Rasmussen    
Faculty Lecture Series
Members of Covenant's faculty presented a chapel lecture series exploring "dangerous ideas" - concepts that may be normative in society or in the church, but can be detrimental to spiritual growth & maturity.

Lectures