Covenant College is a liberal arts school affiliated with the Presbyterian Church. It is located atop Lookout Mountain in Georgia and is rated as having “more selective” admissions. Student-life and the academic curriculum revolves around Reformed theology and the challenge to “express Christ’s preeminence in all things.” Residence halls are led by discipleship coordinators who provide guidance to students and lead Bible studies.
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The Presbyterian Church in America
This school does not consider an applicant’s financial situation when deciding admission
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Covenant College is a beautiful campus with a wonderful student community. All the professors truly care about each student. Christ is pre-eminent in all the things that Covenant does.
Madeline from Hudson, OH
Covenant College is a wonderful institution! I am a freshman there right now and I absolutely love it! I would recommend Covenant to any prospective student!
Hannah from Bradenton, FL
Covenant College is a place where students are challenged in their academic life and also in their spiritual life. The professors strive to be connected to their students and help them grow in academic areas, and also teaching students to glorify God in all that they do. This all takes place on a beautiful campus that offers something for everybody.
Hayden from Blairsville, GA
Covenant is very Christ centered. It's very small, but that means that you have the opportunity to build relationships with your professors. The people are in general very friendly and quirky.
Molly from Chester, VT
Best School Ever
Sabrina from MIami, FL
Covenant is a school where students are immersed in a Christ-centered community: faculty, staff, and students encourage one another to glorify Christ, to discover your personal calling, and to think critically and with a biblical perspective about contemporary culture. Covenant isn't just about work, however; there are tons of on- and off-campus student activities, Chattanooga is minutes away, and deep friendships are a joy.