Students experience three days of college explorations as they live in the dorms, attend classes with college students and explore the necessary steps for college entry and future career directions. (Grades 9-11)
An opportunity for college living and learning while earning college credit. (Grades 11-12)
A partnership with high schools within designated local school districts providing ACT tutoring and mentoring for five weeks during the fall and spring semesters, for up to 40 students each semester. (Grades 10-12)
An annual three-day event for students nominated by their church or school for their leadership activities and potential. (Grades 9-12)
During our S.T.E.P. (Striving Toward Educational Possibilities) program, students experience three days of college explorations as they live in the dorms, attend classes with college students and explore the necessary steps for college entry and future career directions. (Grades 7-8)
Calvin offers a variety of workshops and visit opportunities to help you prepare for your journey through higher education. Please note: School visits and workshops will not be offered until February 2015.
Calvin offers additional opportunities throughout the year for pre-college-age youth.
Worshipers and worship leaders from around the world gather each January for a time of fellowship, worship and learning, seeking to deepen and integrate all aspects of worship, develop their gifts, encourage each other and renew their commitment to the full ministry of the church. (Grades 9-adult)
The Festival of Faith and Writing is a biennial gathering of readers and writers, offering a vibrant community where people from all backgrounds come together to discuss, celebrate and explore the ways in which faith is represented in literature, and how it plays out in our world today. (Grades 9-adult)
The Youth Writing Festival is a biennial event that brings together young writers from West Michigan who share a passion for reading and writing. (Grades 1-12)