Goshen College was founded in 1894 as the Elkhart Institute of Science, Industry and the Arts, a private preparatory school to provide the opportunity for Mennonite and other young people to further their education. Soon afterwards, the Mennonite Church took over its operation, and by 1903 the school so flourished that new facilities were needed.
98% of job-seeking graduates were employed, in grad school or in service within one year of graduation
The Goshen College Student Senate is recognized by the Goshen College Student Association, faculty, staff and administration as the official body for protecting student rights and advocating for their interests, increasing the quality of students’ educational and academic experience, upholding the core values of the college in all areas of student life, facilitating communication between students and administration, recognizing and funding student organizations, and representing the student body in college board meetings and in all official college business.
The Harold and Wilma Good Library sustains the Goshen College curriculum by providing quality sources, services, and instruction to cultivate intellectual inquiry and information literacy.
Goshen College is home to a cutting edge technology environment that supports and enhances teaching, learning, research and publishing. We are committed to service-oriented computing and continuous improvement of our technology infrastructure.
Goshen College seeks to create a strong on-campus student experience with opportunities and services. We know that students are better able to integrate into campus and complete their degree at Goshen College if they live and work on campus.
Our mission is to provide a safe and hospitable living space for students where our facilities, programs, and services inspire academic achievement, spiritual growth, inclusive communities, and engaging opportunities.
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