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Covenant College 2019 Commencement
The College is excited to announce that yet another graduating class has been sent into the world to live "All for Jesus." Congratulations, class of 2019!
The late Wade Williams
Covenant College is pleased to announce a new scholarship designation in honor of Wade Williams. Read the story to learn more about this new opportunity and about Williams's legacy.
Covenant College Summer Institute

Our 2019 Summer Institute allows high-school students to earn college credit for a one-week residential program on Covenant's campus. Apply today!

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Covenant College campus
Covenant College congratulates the following students on their academic achievement for the Spring 2019 term.
Chapel highlights video
Enjoy this video retrospective of highlights from chapel speakers during the 2018-19 academic year.
Liam Ohrvall '21
Liam Ohrvall '21 was recently awarded the prestigious Critical Language Scholarship.
VIEWpoints with Prof. Heath Garris
In this initial episode of VIEWpoints, listen to Dr. Heath Garris, assistant professor of biology, discuss the science and politics of climate change and how the church can respond to the challenges of this potentially divisive issue.
Map showing where Covenant College is located in the southeastern U.S.

Covenant College is within a day’s drive of a significant portion of the eastern United States, and within 2 hours of the southeastern U.S. hubs of Atlanta, Nashville, and Birmingham.

Dr. Tim Morris
Dr. Tim Morris advises prospective students who are interested in Covenant's pre-med program.
Nicholas Barker competition winner Aline Sluis
Covenant recently celebrated the winners of the inaugural Nicholas Barker Short Fiction competition. First prize was awarded to Aline Sluis ’20”, and runner-up was awarded to Katherine Scott ’19.
Dr.  Kelly Kapic speaking in chapel

"God is not exalted by lessening your loves. The Christian path is not loving less, it's loving more and rightly...Our goal is not to love less but more."
– Dr. Kelly Kapic

Carsyn Stone

“This summer, the Lord taught me the most valuable lesson: you never know when the talents that God has given you will be taken away and that can be in a matter of seconds.”
  - Carsyn Stone '19, Covenant softball

Be Known

“I love the small student-faculty ratio. It is so comforting to walk around campus and see your professors and for them to be able to call you by name. They are eager to assist, and on this small campus, they are genuinely approachable.”
  - Anna Nicklow '20