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Clubs and Events

McRae-Zellner Project 

McRae-Zellner is named after the first African-American male and female to graduate from Covenant College. The club is designed to bring African-American students together to share the richness and complexity of African-American culture with the Covenant campus. McRae-Zellner also exists to pursue racial reconciliation through conversation, events, and forming a unified  African-American voice on Covenant’s campus.

  • Contact Marcus Dorsey and Joanna Smith, leaders of Mcrae-Zellner Project for the 2018-2019 academic year. 


Sea of C

Southeast Asian Association of Covenant (SEA of C) is a student club which offers opportunities for the entire Covenant community to learn about and celebrate Southeast Asian culture.

  • Contact Esther Bae and Chi Xin Leow, student leaders for the 2018-2019 year.


Hispanic-Latino Alliance 



MuKappa is a fraternal organization for missionary kids on college campuses across North America. The purpose of MuKappa is to encourage missionary kids, multicultural, and international students in their cross-cultural transitions to foster meaningful relationships with God, family, and others.

  • Contact David Codington and Kyla Viera, student leaders for the 2018-2019 academic year. 



Bennett Jonathan

“One of my favorite event at Covenant is Culture Fest. I really enjoyed spending time with people and learning more about their different backgrounds and experiences they went through. Playing the Indonesian instrument called “Angklung” with Chi Xin, Davy, Joy, Gaby, Nicholas, John, Senri, Max, Esther, Ella, Ismael, and Mark has been one of the highlights because I enjoyed getting to know more about them through practicing and performing together. I was also excited to share the foods from back home to people here because I feel food can be one of the best ways to know other people’s culture.”
 - Bennett Jonathan '21
Sarah Ocando, Associate Dean of Students and Director of the Multicultural Program, encouraged the Covenant community to remember that unity is one of Christ's primary goals for his church.