Founded in 1894, Goshen College is a small, private liberal arts institution in Indiana. The school is affiliated with the Mennonite Church and publishes The Mennonite Quarterly Review. The school is home to a 1,150-acre nature preserve called the Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center. An “Intercultural education” is a requirement for students at Goshen College and can be complete by participating in a study abroad program in places such as Cambodia, Peru, or Tanzania.
It has a good student-professor ratio and even most lower level classes are taught by professors with doctorate degrees. The cafeteria serves mostly organic food from a variety of cultures in addition to the basic college fare of pizza and sweets. There are quite a few social clubs on campus as well.
April from Goshen, IN
A small, liberal arts, christian school that focuses on a personal education specific to your needs. The downfall of such a small school is the hours of the cafeteria and library, but the resources are just as good as any university. It is a well grounded and tight-knit community that let's everyone share in a common bond and goal for justice in our world.