Goshen College has received a letter of formal notification of continued accreditation by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association (NCA). The next comprehensive evaluation is scheduled for 2015.
The generosity of churches, alumni and friends to Goshen College continued to grow during the 2004-05 fiscal year, which ended June 30.
From acclaimed musical theater favorites sung by Colm Wilkinson of “Phantom of the Opera” and “Les Misérables” to the soul-stirring gospel of the Grammy-winning Blind Boys of Alabama to a top-notch conductor-less string orchestra, the 2005-2006 Goshen College Performing Arts Series will again feature performances from diverse musicians and musical styles for Michiana audiences, with ticket sales beginning July 15.
Goshen College recently recognized 163 students for excellence in academics, on the 2004-05 spring semester Dean’s List.
Ask any person randomly on the sidewalk (outside of Elkhart County)what they know about the Mennonites and chances are their answer will include Mormons, black clothes and buggies, or general confusion.
When the Goshen College community of faculty, staff and students reassembled after Christmas break, an immediate call went out from Campus Ministries to respond to the tens of thousands of tsunami victims in South Asia. The campus soon committed to support Mennonite Central Committees (MCC) tsunami relief efforts with the goal of raising at least $10,000. A month later, the goal was met with many contributions and prayer.
For the past two summers, Goshen College Assistant Professor of American Sign Language Myron Yoder has taken small groups of students to Jamaica not to discover the island’s well-known beaches but to connect with a school for Deaf children and youth.
Goshen College recently recognized 188 students, for excellence in academics, on the 2004-05 fall semester Dean’s List.