Discover 40 undergraduate major degree programs and 47 minor programs offered at Goshen College. Ranked one of the best liberal arts colleges in the US, Goshen students study many top-ranked programs, including our popular study abroad (Study-Service Term).
Ranking in the percentage of graduates going on to earn doctorates among all Indiana institutions
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What does it look like to combine practical experience with an interdisciplinary liberal arts education?
Goshen is home to one of the top-ranked study abroad programs in the nation, and one of the few that emphasizes service and complete cultural immersion in a developing country. Current locations include Cambodia, China, Peru, Senegal and Tanzania.
No matter your undergraduate degree program, sign up for 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.
Our places and spaces will inspire you to take risks, dream and truly learn.
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.
The center brings all of the campus intercultural and international resources into one central location with the intent of fostering intercultural transformation. It provides leadership and support for Study-Service Term (SST), diverse students, the Master of Intercultural Leadership degree program, the Institute for Latino Educational Achievement, and community outreach and education.
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.