Calvin’s reputation for excellence
Calvin is widely recognized as an excellent institution of higher education.
Calvin College is ranked #100 on the list of national liberal arts colleges.
“Every accredited college or university offers education, but not every school prepares students for the real world in the way that Calvin does [...] Best of all, perhaps, Calvin provides a fantastic Christian education for little money, compared to other private schools.”
Fiske Guide to Colleges
“Calvin students describe the overall academic environment as challenging but supportive [...] Calvin graduates have few problems getting accepted to graduate schools of law, medicine, or business.”
#61 on the 2013 liberal arts college list. What they say about their ranking system: “We rate schools based on their contribution to the public good in three broad categories: Social Mobility (recruiting and graduating low-income students), Research (producing cutting-edge scholarship and PhDs), and Service (encouraging students to give something back to their country).”
“Among a recent study of 925 private colleges, Calvin ranked 15th in the number of students going on to earn a Ph.D.”
Fiske Guide highlights Calvin's business, engineering programs
The 2014 Fiske Guide to Colleges highlights Calvin's business and engineering programs as some of the best among small colleges and universities.
Calvin’s provost receives Fulbright Award
Claudia Beversluis, provost of Calvin College, has received a Fulbright award. During the month of March, she will travel with a small team of American University administrators to several cities in India, visiting major universities to discuss issues in higher education.
Calvin professor wins 2013 Book of the Year Award
CAS professor Bill Romanowski is the recipient of the Religious Communication Association’s 2013 Book of the Year award for his work “Reforming Hollywood.”