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The college of the Presbyterian Church in America in Lookout Mountain, Georgia
  • 95%
    of alumni are members or
    regular attenders of a local church
  • 100%
    of students participate
    in service learning
  • 99%
    of students receive
    financial aid
  • #1
    in freshman retention rate
    among southern colleges
  • 93%
    of alumni say that Covenant
    prepared them to think critically
  • 13:1
    student-faculty
    ratio

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Scholarships at Covenant

Covenant offers a number of competitive scholarships, ranging from $5,000 to a full-tuition scholarship. Apply to Covenant and complete your scholarship application by Nov. 15 to be considered!

Christian College Preview Weekend

"When I visited Covenant, I felt like I was a person and that people wanted to get to know me. Covenant is a family."   - Marijke Griffin '18

Reformed Christian College

Dr. Kelly Kapic discusses the difficulties Christian students face at secular colleges, and outlines the benefits of studying among thoughtful believers at Covenant.

The best way to find out if Covenant is the right fit for you is to experience it for yourself - so make plans to join us for CPW! Attend classes, stay in the dorms, worship in chapel, and more! Available slots fill up fast, so check out the schedule and register today.
Covenant College appointed five new faculty members during its sixty-third convocation ceremony this fall.
Center for Calling & Career

Explore the wealth of resources provided by the Center for Calling & Career, which helps every Covenant student explore internships and career opportunities consistent with his/her personal interests, skills, abilities, and values.

If any of these thirteen descriptions fit you, then don't apply to Covenant. Expect more of yourself. Expect more of your college.
Enduring Alongside

“It was so encouraging to have Matt there—not just as a fellow Covenant alum, but as a Christian.” Read about how a rare autoimmune syndrome brought alumni Peter Wilkerson '13 and Matt Annessi '08 together.

Covenant College Theatre Department presents Consumption
The Covenant College Theatre Department presents Consumption, a poetic vignette of four young 19th-century lives cut short by tuberculosis. Though living hundreds of miles apart, their lives become more entangled than they could ever have imagined.
Covenant students in London
Two classes of Covenant students spent May term exploring London, its history, and the issues we face as a global society.
Dr. Stewart’s latest book confidently examines what some have called the Protestant and evangelical crisis, which includes the indictment of evangelicalism as frivolous and a perceived “exodus” of young Protestants converting to Orthodoxy and Catholicism.
Alexa describes how her experiences at Covenant have helped redefine her understanding of worship, relationships, and her plans for the future.
Expect More
Brad Assaraf

“I believe Covenant is unique in its measurement of success. At Covenant, we are taught that our success is not dependent on how much we have (talent, money, power) but on what we do with what we’re given, empowered by the Spirit of God. All of our talents and resources are gifts from the Father. We’re constantly asking the question, “How can I best steward what I’ve been given?”
  - Brad Assaraf '19