Undergraduate students: 773
Graduate students: 66
States represented: 31
Countries represented: 26
Students of color: 35%
Percentage of undergrads living on campus: 63%
More than 40 denominations
24% Other Protestant
12% Roman Catholic
5% other faith traditions
2015-16 first-year class:
Average ACT: 25.2
Average SAT (combined math and verbal): 1104
Average GPA: 3.6
In the classroom
Student/faculty ratio: 10:1
Undergrad fields of study: 39 majors, 47 minors (Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Nursing degrees)
Adult degree programs: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership, R.N. to B.S.N (Nursing), Bachelor of Arts in Social Work
Graduate degrees: Master of Arts in Environmental Education, Master of Arts in Intercultural Leadership, Master of Science in Nursing (Tracks: Clinical Nurse Leader & Family Nurse Practitioner), Master of Business Administration
Classes with fewer than 25 students: 93%
Teaching faculty profile: 65 full-time, 27 part-time
94%: Percent of job-seeking graduates from the class of 2014 who were employed within one year after graduation.
#2: Ranking in the number of graduates going on to earn doctorates among all Indiana institutions when institutional size is taken into account. Nationally, Goshen College ranks 87th out of 262 Carnegie baccalaureate institutions.
#1: Ranking in the number of graduates going on to earn doctorates among Mennonite institutions, with double the number of students going on to earn doctorates than any other institution.
Goshen College was named Indiana Television School of the Year (2010, 2012, 2013, 2015), Indiana Radio School of the Year (2012, 2013, 2014) and Best College Radio Station in the Nation (2011, 2013).
#3: Ranking for Goshen accounting graduates for the CPA exam passing rate in Indiana in 2014, and top 12 nationally for a program of our size.
100%: Percent of Goshen nursing students who passed their NCLEX to become certified RNs.
83%: Percent of graduates who finish in four years.
$77,000: Average salary 10 years after Goshen.
Goshen College is…
- One of the Best Values in Liberal Arts Colleges (Kiplinger)
- One of the Best Bangs for Your Buck among Midwest liberal arts colleges (Washington Monthly)
- One of the top 10 Christian colleges with lowest debt burden (Christian Universities Online)
…A nationally-recognized Christian liberal arts college:
- One of the country’s best national liberal arts colleges (U.S. News & World Report)
- One of America’s top colleges (Forbes)
- One of the country’s top liberal arts colleges for graduation rates and bachelor’s to Ph.Ds (Washington Monthly)
- One of the top 5 Best Christian Colleges (Christian Universities Online)
…known for leadership in intercultural and international education, sustainability and social justice:
- One of the top 5 colleges nationwide for most students studying abroad (U.S. News & World Report)
- One of the top liberal arts colleges for most international students (U.S. News & World Report)
- #5 most globally-minded college (Christian Science Monitor)
- Recognized by the Sierra Club as one of the country’s Greenest Colleges
Study-Service Term: Goshen is home to one of the top-ranked study abroad programs in the country, and one of the few that emphasizes service and complete cultural immersion. Current locations include Cambodia, China, Peru, Senegal and Tanzania.
Maple Scholars: Full-time, stipend summer internship exploring research alongside a professor for students in all programs of study.
Sustainability Leadership Semester: A problem-based learning experience where students engage real environmental issues of local concern while living and studying at Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center, a 1,189-acre off-campus environmental education facility.
The Goshen Core: Sometimes called “General Education” at other schools, the Goshen Core is the set of courses and requirements that applies to all students no matter what major they choose. All full-time first-year students receive an iPad to explore, learn and dream in their classes as part of the Goshen Core.
Tuition: $30,900 (2015-16 academic year). Learn more about costs and financial aid at Goshen College.
Average package of scholarships and grants: $22,641
Full-time students who receive some form of financial aid: 99%
Goshen College costs 7 percent less than the national average for private colleges.
Affiliation: National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)
Conference: Crossroads League
Mascot: Maple Leafs
Colors: Purple, white
Varsity sports: Baseball, basketball, cross-country, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field, women’s volleyball
Scholar-Athletes: Over the past five years, Goshen College has produced 220 NAIA Scholar-Athletes (students with a minimum GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale and at least junior academic status).
Visit goleafs.net for official Goshen College Maple Leafs athletic news, scores and schedules.
Clubs and organizations: 35+ different ways to connect
Music: Chamber Choir, Lavender Jazz, Men’s Chorus, Symphony Orchestra, Women’s World Music Choir, All-Campus Band, Voices-n-Harmony Gospel Choir
Theater: Full-length mainstage shows, one-acts, operas, peace plays, senior recitals
Faith opportunities: Chapel, Campus Worship Night, Catholic Student Association, Taizé prayer service, Hymn Club, Parables traveling worship team, Prayer Week, small group Bible study, summer ministry internships, Table Grace, Unity (informal worship hour)
Intramural sports: Basketball, kickball, outdoor/indoor soccer, sand/indoor volleyball, Ultimate Frisbee, dodgeball, badminton, Wiffle ball