If you’re looking for something to do in Goshen but you’re on a tight budget, here are 10 things that you can do for $10 or less.
Season tickets are now available for the 2016-17 Rieth Chamber Series at Goshen College, which makes classical chamber music more accessible to the Goshen community.
Goshen College will begin offering English as a new language (ENL) classes this fall, open to anyone in the Goshen community who wants to improve their English language skills, though the college’s Center for Intercultural and International Education (CIIE).
Goshen College’s Center for Business and Entrepreneurial Education (CBEE) is dedicated to supporting local businesses by providing educational programs and professional development for local organizations.
Goshen College has received a grant from the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC), made possible with funds from Lilly Endowment, Inc., to provide students an opportunity to explore the role their faith might play in their future jobs.
Philipp Gollner will bring his interests in religion, migration, space, race and ethnicity to Goshen College this fall as a new assistant professor of U.S. history. An Austrian native, Gollner moved to the United States in 2006.
The Goshen College Community School of the Arts is pleased to announce a new Orff-Schulwerk Ensemble for students in grades 2-5, a student-centered approach to learning music that includes movement, speech, singing and instrument playing.
More than half of last year’s Goshen College Education Department graduates decided to stick around and set up their first classrooms right here in Northern Indiana. Meet a few of our recent graduates here.
Goshen College’s new Study-Service Theology Term (SSTT) is currently seeking 20 high school applicants for a two-week study tour in Guatemala in June 2017. Students will be provided with the opportunity to explore their understandings of Jesus’ life and mission in light of contemporary challenges and their own sense of calling.
Goshen College Administrator Emeritus J.B. Shenk, who dedicated more than 35 years to various administrative leadership positions at the college from 1957-92, died on Thursday, July 21 at the age of 89.