At Goshen, we educate the whole person.
Our best-in-class academic programs educate the head and the heart, fusing practical career preparation with a focus on creating positive change in our world.
83 %of GC graduates finish in four years
92 %of 2019 graduates seeking jobs were employed within one year after graduation
74,211 $average salary of GC graduates 10 years after graduation
Majors & Minors
We offer an integrated approach to learning that connects arts with sciences and foundation with practice; cultivating both personal and professional growth and equipping you to think critically and communicate purposefully, preparing you to thrive in every situation.
Experiential learning ↓
Expand your horizons through one or more of our distinctive hands-on, real-world educational opportunities, including our nationally-recognized study abroad program that emphasizes service and complete cultural immersion in a developing country. Current locations include China, Indonesia, Peru, Senegal and Tanzania.71 %of GC students study abroad
Sustainability Leadership Semester
No matter what you're studying, all students can take part in this problem-based learning experience where students engage real environmental issues of local concern while living and studying at our 1,189-acre Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center.Green CollegeGC has been named one of the nation's greenest colleges by the Princeton Review
Maple Scholars summer research
Maple Scholars is a unique opportunity for undergraduate students in all disciplines to spend the summer researching full time alongside a professor and learning from peer researchers in other fields of study.2 ndRanking in percentage of grads who earn doctoral degrees among all Indiana institutions
Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center
This environmental learning center is a 1,189-acre natural sanctuary located 35 minutes from the main campus and offers access to most of the habitats found in northeastern Indiana. It is home to the college’s Sustainability Leadership Semester, the Agroecology Summer Intensive, the Master’s of Environmental Education and the first LEED Platinum certified buildings in Indiana.1,189 acresof natural landscape to explore
The Music Center’s Sauder Concert Hall is a truly great place to make and listen to music as one of the Midwest’s leading performance venues, due to its acoustics features and simple elegance. The Music Center is also home to the Music Department, the Community School of the Arts, an art gallery and a recital hall.6number of vocal and instrumental ensembles you can join at GC
Harold & Wilma Good Library
The Harold and Wilma Good Library offers 135,000 print sources and serves as the gateway to thousands of scholarly databases, digital journals and electronic books. It is also home to the Mennonite Historical Library, one of the world’s most comprehensive collections related to Anabaptist and Mennonite history.135,000print sources available at the Good Library
3 #Ranking for accounting graduates for the CPA exam pass rate in Indiana
92 %first-time NCLEX pass rate for nursing graduates
92 %acceptance rate for students who applied to medicial school
92% of recent job-seeking graduates were employed within their first year after graduation. But what we're most proud of is the resounding positive effect our alumni have on their communities and the environment.
Let your ideas pop!
Angie Bastian '83 started a popcorn business from scratch, and turned it into the wildly successful Angie's BOOMCHICKAPOP.
Make your voice heard
Ellah Wakatama Allfrey '88 was named an Officer of the Order of the British Empire for her contributions to international literature and publishing.
Save lives, change lives
Doug Schwartzentruber '78 was named TIME Magazine's "100 Most Influential People in the World" for his cancer research.
Raj Biyani '92 is a former director for Microsoft in the U.S. and India, and has established himself as a thought leader in tech by authoring or co-authoring nearly a dozen “Think Week” papers for Bill Gates.