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

Dr. Matt Vos describes the continuity new students will find between home & family, their church, and the Covenant College community.

Covenant College Commencement

Join us in honoring the class of 2015 at Covenant’s 60th annual commencement exercises.

Christian college student life

Jasiri Young '15 describes her experience leading worship in chapel with James Ward, who brings music from various cultures together.

The Covenant College chorale and chamber singers will present their spring concert on April 23, 2015, at 7:00 p.m.
Three teams of Covenant College students spent their spring break ministering to communities in Georgia, Washington State, and England.
The theatre department brought Arthur Giron's Edith Stein to the Covenant stage, under the direction of Prof. Camille Hallstrom.
The Covenant College speech and debate society concluded another successful season in March 2015, at the National Christian College Forensics Invitational tournament.
The Art Barn is being dismantled and construction of a new fine arts facility will soon begin on the same location. The new fine arts building will provide the square footage necessary to accommodate more student studio space as well as offices and studio space for art faculty.

President Halvorson discusses the many “both-and” assertions students often hear from their professors.

“I am confident that when I graduate, I will leave this place with a solid biblical and educational foundation which the Lord can use to build something for His glory.”
Justin Clement, RUF Minister, University of Georgia
Dr. Dan Doriani, professor of theology at Covenant Seminary, served as the featured guest speaker for Covenant’s annual Marriage, Family, and Community Conference. Doriani has authored multiple books and is a contributing blogger for The Gospel Coalition.
Covenant Chapel
Three stained glass windows highlight the main auditorium of the Dora Maclellan Brown Memorial Chapel. These windows graphically depict the constancy of God’s love for His people.
50 Years on Lookout Mountain
In 1964, a few brave men and women helped Covenant move into an abandoned hotel in Lookout Mountain, GA. Listen to alumni, staff, and friends of the College as they reflect on that move and on Covenant’s past fifty years on Lookout.