The college of the Presbyterian Church in America in Lookout Mountain, Georgia

Associate Director of Admissions Scott Schindler describes what students can look forward to during Scholarship Weekend at Covenant.


“We’re always doing something new and I’m always having to think outside of the box, which is a lot of fun.”

Megan Wingard ’17

“Covenant is teaching me to live with my hope set on one who is molding me into the woman He has chosen me to be.”

Art Building
Beginning in January 2015, the Art Barn is being dismantled and construction of a new fine arts facility will soon begin on the same location. The new fine arts building will provide the square footage necessary to accommodate more student studio space as well as offices and studio space for art faculty.
Musician and author Andrew Peterson is serving as the 2015 Nick Barker Writer in Residence at Covenant College.
2014 Top 10 Lists
Take a look back at the most popular news stories, ScotsCasts, chapel talks, and videos of 2014.
Covenant's hockey club team is a part of Hockey Chattanooga, a local league that includes teams from other colleges and from the community.
The Covenant community celebrated its ninth annual Culture Fest on January 23, 2015. Culture Fest is an opportunity to spend time intentionally celebrating the grand diversity of God’s creation.
Covenant College professors Steve Corbett and Dr. Brian Fikkert have released new resources for groups interested in short-term missions.
Carter Hall Resident Director Evan Marbury celebrates the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and challenges the Covenant community with the message of the gospel.

“Covenant is equipping me to live for Christ in whatever my vocation will be in the future. I’ve been able to pursue my interests and see how they connect with my faith.”
Clarence Shuler is the CEO & President of BLR: Building Lasting Relationships
Rev. Dr. Soong-Chan Rah, North Park Theological Seminary
Rev. Dr. Soong-Chan Rah & Jonathan Adam ’10 were the speakers for the 2014 Global Gospel Advancement Week conference.
Covenant Chapel
Three stained glass windows highlight the main auditorium of the Dora Maclellan Brown Memorial Chapel. These windows graphically depict the constancy of God’s love for His people.
50 Years on Lookout Mountain
In 1964, a few brave men and women helped Covenant move into an abandoned hotel in Lookout Mountain, GA. Listen to alumni, staff, and friends of the College as they reflect on that move and on Covenant’s past fifty years on Lookout.