Students and faculty discuss Covenant’s mission of exploring and expressing Christ’s preeminence in all things.
Dr. Kapic describes the privilege of studying among thoughtful believers at Covenant.
Sarah describes her early love for language and how she has explored that love through linguistics at Covenant.
Garrison and Grace look back on their four years at Covenant and the powerful influence of the Covenant community.
Kyle Taylor, Covenant’s athletics director, describes his passion and vision for the athletic department.
This series describes how fellow Scots can help advance Covenant’s mission.
Covenant alumnus Michael Pepper ’09 reflects on his own journey of generosity and invites us to participate in the divine story of generosity.
Listen to Helen Piatt ’70 and Janis Putman ’68 describe what Move-In Day was like in 1964, and hear their reflections on the Covenant they encountered during their visit to the College on Move-In Day 2014.
Director of Academic Support Janet Hulsey offers advice to students struggling to balance academic expectations with their newfound freedom at college.
Associate Dean Jonathan Ingraham looks back on his experience at Covenant and reflects on the importance of residence life in the development of students.
The Chronicle of Higher Education recognized Covenant College for employee job satisfaction.
Chattanooga’s Hunter Museum of American Art is featuring artwork by Covenant professor Jeffrey Morton.
P&R Publishing is releasing the first four booklets in a series edited by Prof. Jay Green.
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The mission of Covenant College is to explore and express the preeminence of Jesus Christ in all things.
We offer the world biblically grounded men and women equipped to live out extraordinary callings in ordinary places.