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Covenant 360 October 4-5 and November 1-2

Come join us on the mountaintop for 24 hours to experience what life is like as a Covenant College Scot!

Covenant College Summer Institute

Our 2019 Summer Institute allows high-school students to earn college credit for a one-week residential program on Covenant's campus. Apply today!

Christian College Student Profiles - Sarah Newsome

Visit our Student Profiles section to learn more about the Covenant experience in the words of current students like education major Sarah Newsome '20 of Nagoya, Japan.

2019 Res Publica Lectures at Covenant College

Professors Mark Holtzapple and Micah Green, both of the Department of Chemical Engineering at Texas A&M University, will challenge the Covenant College community to examine global warming and the resulting climate change from the following perspectives: science, engineering, economics, business, religion, politics, and sociology. Visit the Res Publica website for event schedule and additional info.

Christian Identity in America

Dive in with three Covenant College professors as they reflect on religious history, the current cultural climate, and their own lives to explore what it means to be a Christian in today’s America.

Mountain views video on YouTube
Ever wonder what it's like to live and study on top of a mountain? Picture yourself on Lookout Mountain. Picture yourself at Covenant College.
Map showing where Covenant College is located in the southeastern U.S.

Covenant College is within a day’s drive of a significant portion of the eastern United States, and within 2 hours of the southeastern U.S. hubs of Atlanta, Nashville, and Birmingham.

Carter Hall at Covenant College
Covenant College congratulates the following students on their academic achievement for the fall 2018 term.
Be Known

“I love the small student-faculty ratio. It is so comforting to walk around campus and see your professors and for them to be able to call you by name. They are eager to assist, and on this small campus, they are genuinely approachable.”
  - Anna Nicklow '20

Juliana Meznar describes how Covenant is unique

“At Covenant, Christian teaching is not merely a series of devotionals tacked onto a secular curriculum, but rather Covenant incorporates faith as an integral part of how and why we learn.”
  - Juliana Meznar '19

100% of faculty members subscribe to the inerrancy of scripture and to the Westminster Confession of Faith

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

VIEWpoints with Prof. Heath Garris
The VIEWpoints audio series is one way our audience can learn more about some of the challenging ideas we ask our students to study from a biblical perspective.

How Should the Church Respond to Climate Change?

In this initial episode of VIEWpoints, listen to Dr. Heath Garris, assistant professor of biology, discuss the science and politics of climate change and how the church can respond to the challenges of this potentially divisive issue.

 

2019 Res Publica Lectures, January 11-12 & 17

The theme of this year's lecture series is "Climate Change and the Christian Ethic". Professors Mark Holtzapple and Micah Green of the Department of Chemical Engineering at Texas A&M University will challenge the Covenant College community to examine global warming and the resulting climate change from the following perspectives: science, engineering, economics, business, religion, politics, and sociology.