Founded in 1955, Covenant College is an academically rigorous liberal arts institution affiliated with the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA).
At Covenant, we take our motto, “In all things Christ preeminent,” very seriously. We strive to ground everything we say and do in Christ and his teachings. So if you’re looking to wrestle with important and difficult questions in an encouraging and challenging community, you’ve come to the right place.
Since 1955, Covenant College has provided a first-rate, life-changing college education. From humble beginnings in Pasadena, California, Covenant is now blessed with hundreds of acres atop beautiful Lookout Mountain, Georgia, an excellent faculty, and students eager to prepare for extraordinary callings in ordinary places. Take a look back at the growth of the College through the decades, and join us in giving thanks to the Lord for his gracious provision and preeminence in all things.
|President:||Dr. J. Derek Halvorson|
|Vice President for Academic Affairs:||Dr. Jeff Hall|
|Interim Vice President for Admissions:||Mr. Matthew Bryant|
|Vice President for Business & Finance:||Mr. Dan Wykoff|
|Interim Vice President for Development:||Mr. Jeff Sandhoff|
|Vice President for Student Development:||Dr. Brad Voyles|
Covenant College offers students an academically rigorous liberal arts education, equipping them to explore and express the preeminence of Jesus Christ in all things. Consistent with this mission, the average freshman has the following academic record from high school:
- 3.61 un-weighted GPA
- 1180(Math + Critical Reading) SAT or 25 composite ACT
While this is the average academic profile that characterizes our student body, potential applicants should keep in mind that we consider every application on an individual basis. Transfer applicants are considered in light of this academic profile, as well as academic performance in any college-level coursework. Anyone interested in a Covenant College education should apply.
|Top Six Majors|
Full-Time Teaching Faculty:
Percent With Doctorate or Terminal Degree:
Student-Teaching Faculty Ratio:
|14 to 1|
Acres of College Property:
|Member of NCAA Division III Intercollegiate Athletics|
Intercollegiate Sports Available:
|Varsity and JV Men's and Women's Basketball|
|Men's and Women's Cross Country|
|Men's and Women's Golf|
|Varsity and JV Men's and Varsity and JV Women's Soccer|
|Men's and Women's Tennis|
|Varsity and JV Women's Volleyball|
Percent of Student Body who Participate in Intramural Sports:
Intramural Sports Available:
|Men's and Women's Basketball|
|Men's Flag Football|
|Men's and Women's Soccer|
|Men's and Women's Tennis|
|Men's and Women's Volleyball|
Notice: The above information is updated annually.
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