In order to support every department, program and student at Goshen College, we encourage giving to the Goshen College Fund and/or the general student aid fund. However, we also offer the opportunity to give to specific programs and departments at GC. Programs include:
If you prefer to support a specific academic department, your gift will be added to the existing budget of that particular department and the use of your gift will be determined by the department chair.
- Bible & Religion
- Collegiate Studies
- Conflict Studies
- Elementary Education
- Interdisciplinary Studies
- International Studies
- Modern & Classical Languages
- Physical Education
- Women’s Studies
Giving to the Student Aid Fund supports scholarships and other aid that helps make the cost of education affordable for our students.
Goshen College is a “home away from home” for dozens of international students every year. They come here from Nepal, India, China, Brazil, Kenya, Korea, Burkina Faso, England and Canada, to name a few. With students from nearly 40 countries, Goshen feels more like a global village than a college campus. You can support international students at GC by making a gift to the International Student Aid Fund.
The Maple Leafs Athletic Club is composed of individuals and businesses that support Goshen College’s athletic programs. Gifts support special projects and recruiting above what regular College budgeting allows. Donors can designate their giving to specific athletic programs. To learn more about athletics at Goshen College, visit GoLeafs.net.
The Music Center is one of the premiere music facilities in the Midwest. In addition to housing the music department, it is also home to the Community School of the Arts (CSA), which provides music instruction for hundreds of community students, and the Performing Arts Series, a concert series that brings internationally-known performers to campus. Your gift to the Music Center Operating Fund helps to support all of these programs. To learn more about the Music Center, visit gcmusiccenter.org.
The Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center is a 1,189-acre natural sanctuary located 35 minutes from the main campus and offers students access to most of the habitats found in northeastern Indiana. It is home to the first LEED Platinum certified buildings in Indiana. Visit the Merry Lea website to learn more about this incredible land preserve.
Since 1968, Goshen College has sent more than 7,700 students to learn and serve in 24 countries worldwide through our nationally-recognized Study-Service Term (SST) program, which about 80% of students participate in. SST is a semester-long program that emphasizes service to a local community — and total cultural immersion. Learn more about the innovative Study-Service Term.
91.1 The Globe is a student-run radio station featuring a fresh and eclectic mix of Americana, alternative acoustic, folk, singer-songwriters and world beat music. In 2013, The Globe was named Best College Station in the Nation for the second time in three years by the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS). Learn more about our award-winning radio station (and listen to some great music) at globeradio.org.
Established in 2006, the Center for Intercultural and International Education focuses on creating a transformed learning community on campus, increasing college access for under-served students and doing research on changing local demographics and their implications for higher education. This includes the Study-Service Term program, diverse student support, the Master of Arts in Intercultural Leadership (MAIL), research, and community outreach and education.
Anchored in the resources of the Mennonite Historical Library and the long tradition of academic scholarship at Goshen College, the Institute for the Study of Global Anabaptism seeks to help North American Mennonites better understand the nature of the global church and nurture a closer sense of fellowship among Anabaptist-Mennonites around the world.