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).
Seven Goshen College students have received scholarships from Everence, the financial services organization of Mennonite Church USA. This year, Everence awarded a total of 42 scholarships to college students, ranging from $750 to $2,000.
Goshen College officials announced plans today to launch three new Study-Service Term (SST) locations in the 2016-17 school year, providing GC students the opportunity to choose from all seven continents to study abroad. The new locations are in Antarctica, Australia and the Netherlands, adding to current locations of Peru and Nicaragua in Central and South America, … Keep reading »
From traveling the world to performing in world-class venues to working in state-of-the-art labs, Goshen College students enter the job market with a wide array of tools, hands-on experience, and real-world lessons that give them an edge over the competition. But getting an education at Goshen College is about more than landing a great job or internship, it’s about carving your way into an identity that you choose … with collegiate opportunities that are both plentiful and diverse.
You love Goshen College – so here are some of your best #iheartgoshen moments from so far this year! Thanks to the 91.1 The Globe sports staff for covering tonight and all season #OneLeaf #iheartgoshen A photo posted by Goshen College Athletics (@gcmapleleafs) on Feb 10, 2016 at 4:48pm PST Wore my clinical uniform, presumably, for the … Keep reading »
View this story in English Goshen College comenzará a ofrecer clases de Inglés como Segunda Lengua a la comunidad de Goshen a partir del 22 de febrero de 2016, a través del Centro para la Educación Intercultural e Internacional (CIIE) de la propia universidad. Las clases para principiantes y personas de nivel intermedio durarán doce … Keep reading »
The 2015-16 Performing Arts Series will again bring extraordinary and top quality arts performances to Sauder Concert Hall, Goshen College officials announced today. In an effort to increase visibility for Goshen College and grow enrollment, President James E. Brenneman has announced a new direction for the 2015-16 series, which will be geared toward a younger … Keep reading »
Three current Goshen College students are serving in Bethlehem, Palestine this summer: Sam Carlson, a junior from Elkhart; Jessica Davila, a junior from Goshen; and Kiernan Wright, a junior from Orrville, Ohio. Clare Maxwell, a 2013 graduate, also served alongside them until her return in June. Read their story. Though Goshen College does not encourage … Keep reading »
On Sept. 10, 1935, 62-year-old Ina Kronk Slate registered for her senior year at Goshen College. Already a familiar figure on campus, this doyenne of Goshen civic society had served GC as instructor for public school art from 1916-1923, and possibly had designed the first college seal. In the summer of 1933, Slate had decided to begin full-time studies as a GC student.