Academics

Academics

At Covenant, all of our programs are designed to prepare our students to be faithful stewards of their academic gifts. Our principal aim is to explore and express the preeminence of Jesus Christ in all things, and this purpose permeates all of college life.

 

We prepare students whose abilities to integrate faith and learning allow them to

  • seize opportunities to increase the usefulness of their talents and serve others as Christ's instruments,
  • appreciate the value of all kinds of work, and
  • imaginatively envision new ways to work for the kingdom of Christ.

Each student has a unique set of intellectual, interpersonal, creative, and spiritual abilities, and we seek to help students further develop these gifts.

 

Our professors are not only experts in their disciplines, but also share a Reformed worldview and value the integration of faith and learning. They will be your teachers, your mentors, and your friends throughout your Covenant experience - and beyond.

 

Philip Sneller '19

“It is amazing to see God’s glory and handiwork in the fields of math and science. The more I learn, the more I am amazed and awed by who He is. It is not always easy to do this, especially under the stress of homework and tests, but it is so worthwhile. God has created a marvelous universe and has given us the privilege of learning more about Him as we study what He has created!”
  - Philip Sneller '19

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

Abigail Carey '19

“I plan to go on to medical school, so this training in psychology is a way for me to appreciate the human body more, but also our way of thinking as well. It is such an open and expanding topic, that it creates an excitement for me to know and learn more.”
  - Abigail Carey '19

Be Curious

“...it is exceedingly valuable that we get to walk through unfamiliar and dangerous ideas with wise and thoughtful professors. They themselves have walked through these ideas but have come out even more in love with Jesus and they lead us to do the same.”
  - Brad Assaraf '19