Who will I become?
Comparing colleges can lead to difficult choices: Is professional development or spiritual growth more important? Should you sacrifice life-giving community for the sake of stellar academics? At Covenant College, you don't have to choose.
What is the Covenant Ascent?
Picture yourself making the Covenant Ascent, an integrated faith and learning journey that is spiritually nourishing and academically challenging, equipping students with the skills and experiences they need to lead successful lives and careers.
Covenant offers a challenging, rewarding education guided by Christian faculty from prestigious universities. With 27 majors to choose from and certificate opportunities, Covenant offers a variety of academic paths. All students complete a Capstone Project, the culmination of a rigorous and guided program of reflection, skills training, and research.
We believe true spiritual growth comes from encountering Jesus as a community. From chapel to the classroom, from residence halls to the athletic fields, students find transformative spiritual enrichment throughout their Covenant experience as faculty, staff, and peers disciple each other and grow together.
We equip students to pursue meaningful work by helping them find their callings, apply their talents, build their networks, and develop the skills to excel. By connecting students with internships and job opportunities and by coaching them through each step of the job application process, we help them use their God-given talents in areas they enjoy.
What does this look like each year?
DISCOVERY | YEAR 1
As you progress through your first year at Covenant, discover who you want to become spiritually, academically, and professionally. Create life-giving habits, and build relationships with friends and faculty who will walk with you and guide you. Invest in hall life and a local church community, and make Covenant College your home.
CLARITY | YEAR 2
In your second year, discern God's calling for you as you consider your major, certificate programs, and extracurricular pursuits. Use the Center for Calling & Career to gain clarity on your career path, engage with faculty as you dive deeper into academics, and continue to grow in relationship with the Lord and the Covenant community.
FOCUS | YEAR 3
As you approach your life and career after Covenant, learn from internships and work on your Capstone Project with increased clarity and focus.
LAUNCH | YEAR 4
Complete your Capstone Project and graduate from Covenant, taking your relationships, knowledge, and trust in the Lord with you into your life and career.
LIFE & CAREER
The distinctly Christian liberal arts education and life preparation of The Covenant Ascent helps clarify your calling in God's world. It prepares you to succeed in future academic endeavors, to grow in relationship with the Lord throughout your entire life, and to thrive in whatever career the Lord calls you to.
"Whether you enter the laboratory, the classroom, the courtroom, whether you rear children or serve as an accountant, you go into your work not as a distraction from your faith but as a vital expression of it."Dr. Kelly M. Kapic | Professor of Theological Studies
Listen to professors discuss their departments, and hear from parents of current students.
Hear testimonies of seniors, catch a glimpse of chapel, explore chapel talks and more to see how faith at Covenant is an integral part of our learning. From academics to professional development, each aspect of life on campus is impacted by biblical truth.
Learn about our Center for Calling and Career, and hear from parents of alumni and current students about how Covenant prepared their students for their careers.
Community at Covenant
Grounded in tradition and a time-tested theological heritage, the Covenant community extends far beyond your classmates. It includes faculty, staff, alumni, and board members who are eager to help you succeed. This thriving, joyful community shares core beliefs and a unifying love that stems from the gospel.
Attending Covenant means living in a Christ-centered, fun-loving, intentional community. Hear from our Student Development staff about residence life here on the mountain, and catch a glimpse of some of the fun events around campus.
Life & Career Outcomes
What happens when your time at Covenant is over? Prepared with the tools necessary to succeed in grad school or the workforce, you’ll launch into your career and the rest of your life. Check out the ways our alumni live out their calling after they graduate, and imagine where The Covenant Ascent could take you.
Kiaira Cooper '14
“I am proud of my journey and thankful for where I am today, knowing where I started and where I came from."
Todd Fleming '12
"Covenant developed in me the versatile skill of learning. I took a lot of core classes that I thought were pointless at the time, but now I realize that the exposure was instilling in me academic confidence and creative thinking."
Kathryn Kimball '09
"I credit the rigorous academics at Covenant College for preparing me for law school and my career, and I'm incredibly thankful for the many professors and friends who encouraged me along the way."
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Graduate School of Education
Undergraduate Departments, Majors, Minors, Certificates, Concentrations, and Programs
- Arts Administration
- Environmental Stewardship & Sustainability
- Journalism and Society
- Medical Ethics Consultation
- Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
- Art, 2-D Concentration
- Art, 3-D Concentration
- Art, Art History Concentration
- Art, Graphic Design Concentration
- Art, Photography Concentration
- Art minor
- Art History minor
Biblical & Theological Studies
- Biblical & Theological Studies
- Biblical & Theological Studies, Missions Concentration
- Biblical & Theological Studies minor
- Biblical Languages minor
- History of Christianity minor
- Missions minor
- Youth Ministry minor
- Biology, Biomedical Concentration
- Biology, Environmental Concentration
- Biology, General
- Biology, Health Professions Concentration
- Biology minor
- Business, Accounting Concentration
- Business, Finance Concentration
- Business, Marketing Concentration
- Sport Management
- Business minor
- Sport Management minor
- Chemistry, Biochemistry Concentration
- Chemistry, General
- Biochemistry minor
- Chemistry minor
- Computer Science
- Computer Science minor
Economics & Community Development
- Community Development
- Community Development minor
- Economics minor
- Education Studies
- Elementary Education (P-5)
- Secondary Education Certifications through MAT program
- Education minor
Engineering 3:2 Program
- Natural Science, Pre-Engineering Studies Concentration
- English, Writing Concentration
- English minor
- Writing minor
Health, Wellness and Coaching
- Coaching minor
History, Politics, and International Studies
- History, Art History Concentration
- Political Science
- International Studies
- History minor
- Political Science minor
- Interdisciplinary Studies with Concentrations
- Mathematics minor
- Music, Church Music Concentration
- Music, Creative Studies Concentration
- Music, General Music Concentration
- Music, Instrumental Performance Concentration
- Music, Music Education (Pre-MAT) Concentration
- Music, Organ Performance Concentration
- Music, Piano Pedagogy Concentration
- Music, Piano Performance Concentration
- Music, Vocal Performance Concentration
- Music minor
- Philosophy minor
- Physics minor
- Pre-Law Studies
- Pre-Medical Studies
- Pre-Nursing Studies
- Pre-Physical Therapy Studies
- Psychology minor
- Sociology, Family Studies & Social Work Concentration
- Sociology minor
- Theatre minor
- French minor
- Spanish minor