We are the Scots. We Represent.

For generations, countless alumni have brought vanloads of prospective students to our mountaintop campus, encouraged their churches to support Covenant, and connected students and fellow alumni to career opportunities. In the same way, we must continue to represent the College, investing in the next generation of Scots and revealing to them the value of a Covenant education.

 

  • Offer to serve as a contact with the Center for Calling & Career.
  • Provide names of students we should contact about attending Covenant.
  • Organize a trip to Covenant for prospective students that you know.
  • Connect your church with the information to join the Church Scholarship Promise program to offer Covenant scholarships to students in your church.
  • Help your church participate in Covenant College Sunday.
  • Finally, rally your fellow Scots to join you in praying, representing, and giving.
Noon at Covenant is a time to see the campus in full swing, with students learning to live and think in a way that centers on Christ, and that aims to serve God's kingdom. As we Scots continue our work to explore and express the preeminence of Christ in all things, we are called to represent the College, sharing its mission with others.

Matthew Trexler ’11 shares the story of his struggle with same-sex attraction and the joy of finding his identity in Christ.
Thankful for Covenant | Isaac Wardell '01
Isaac expresses his gratitude for a Covenant education in light of his work as director of Bifrost Arts.