President Showalter presents core values for a living faith in opening address

The first day of Goshen College 2003-04 classes, Aug. 27, opened with President Shirley H. Showalter’s opening address, “Living Our Faith,” to the campus in which she called students to
deepen their relationship with God by living out the core values of Goshen College: a Christ-centered community of passionate learners, global citizens, compassionate peacemakers and servant leaders.

U.S. News-ranks Goshen College at top of national tier; GC also places high for study abroad program and students with least debt

In the 2004 issue of U.S. News & World Report “America’s Best Colleges” which hits newsstands today, Goshen College ranked 111th in the nation among liberal arts colleges-bachelors, placing it at the very top of the third tier, or quartile, of the 217 other similar schools.

Goshen College contributes to Indiana “Brain Gain”

While many Indiana college and university graduates take their diplomas and pursue employment opportunities in other states, contributing to the highly publicized “brain drain,” Goshen College imports more human capital to Indiana than it exports, concludes a study conducted this year.

Kickoff to GC residence hall renovations offers residents a piece of history

The first permanent residence hall to serve Goshen College students, built three years after the school located to Goshen in 1903, was Kulp Hall. It is appropriate then that Kulp Hall will be the first residence hall renovated in an upgrade “likely to exceed $8.5 million” to all the living spaces on campus over the next year and a half, according to GC Vice President of Student Life Bill Born.