The college of the Presbyterian Church in America in Lookout Mountain, Georgia

Dr. Kelly Kapic discusses the difficulties Christian students face at secular colleges, and outlines the benefits of studying among thoughtful believers at Covenant.

Christian college Campus Preview

“What really stood out to me when I was previewing was the vibrant hall and classroom life I experienced.”
Visit campus for preview weekend on March 26-28.

Hannah Robinson

“What really stood out to me when I was previewing was the vibrant hall and classroom life I experienced on multiple weekends on campus.”

Covenant is pleased to welcome Bruce Herman, department chair and professor of art at Gordon College, as the featured speaker for the College’s annual Academic Lecture Series.
The Art Barn is being dismantled and construction of a new fine arts facility will soon begin on the same location. The new fine arts building will provide the square footage necessary to accommodate more student studio space as well as offices and studio space for art faculty.
The Covenant community spent time intentionally celebrating the grand diversity of God’s creation.
Covenant College is pleased to host the annual Scots Trot 5k on April 25, 2015, at 9:00 a.m.
Musician and author Andrew Peterson is serving as the 2015 Nick Barker Writer in Residence at Covenant College.
Carter Hall Resident Director Evan Marbury celebrates the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and challenges the Covenant community with the message of the gospel.

“Covenant is equipping me to live for Christ in whatever my vocation will be in the future. I’ve been able to pursue my interests and see how they connect with my faith.”
Dr. Herb Ward, Professor of Biblical Studies
Dr. Dan Doriani, professor of theology at Covenant Seminary, served as the featured guest speaker for Covenant’s annual Marriage, Family, and Community Conference. Doriani has authored multiple books and is a contributing blogger for The Gospel Coalition.
Day of Prayer
The Covenant community observed its bi-annual Day of Prayer on Feb. 10. Classes were suspended for the day to allow students, faculty, and staff to gather as a community to pray. The theme for the spring Day of Prayer was taken from Galatians 4:4-7.
50 Years on Lookout Mountain
In 1964, a few brave men and women helped Covenant move into an abandoned hotel in Lookout Mountain, GA. Listen to alumni, staff, and friends of the College as they reflect on that move and on Covenant’s past fifty years on Lookout.