News & Events
Ken Pletcher ’70 is the recipient of Goshen College’s 2015 Dr. Roman Gingerich Champion of Character Award.
Doug Yoder '77, track coach at Goshen College, is an avid runner and organizer of running events in the Maple City.
Students in the Wellness for Life class build cairns on the first day to reflect on what they can teach us about life and balance. A cairn is an impermanent human-made pile of stones. The word “cairn”
Goshen Kinesiology students work at Greencroft Rinker Family Wellness Center
Kinesiology majors and student-athletes partnered with Goshen Community Schools and other community organizations to host this fun evening of physical and nutritional activities.
of physical education seniors reported they felt prepared for employment & graduate school
of physical education graduates in the last 3 years who have sought teaching positions are now employed as teachers
Number of academic disciplines you’ll study as a health minor (biology, chemistry, kinesiology, sociology)
of physical education teacher licensure graduates have passed the national licensure test since 2006