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

Dr. Kelly Kapic describes the zeal and authenticity of Covenant students and the joy he takes in teaching them.


Linguistics professor Dr. Nola Stephens examines differing interpretations of the Tower of Babel story.

Christian college student life

Joey Beyer '15 and Bryce Stout '15 reflect on how academics and interactions with faculty and staff have helped them develop their own framework of the world.

While many students spent May on Covenant’s campus for additional coursework, others took their learning abroad. Students traveled to Indonesia, Israel, Czech Republic, and Hungary for May term.
Carter Hall renovation
A two-year exterior renovation of Covenant's flagship building is underway.
Many students would have never come to Covenant if not for a friend, teacher, relative, church member, or coach who took the time to share their love for the College. Help build the next generation of Covenant Scots by referring a student.
​This May, Zondervan released the new book From Dependence to Dignity: How to Alleviate Poverty through Church-Centered Microfinance, authored by Drs. Brian Fikkert and Russell Mask.
The Covenant College chemistry department recently received a Pittsburgh Conference Memorial National College Grant of $10,000.

President Halvorson reflects on the importance of words as the soil of our community.

Ruthie Massey '15 and Harris Stevens '15 reflect and describe how Covenant taught them to love learning and how to live in community.
Listen to four seniors share what they have learned during their time at Covenant.