Throughout its 170-year history, the college community has remained dedicated to the primary objectives Olivet’s founding fathers set out to achieve. Offering multiple areas of study, Olivet continues to meet and exceed the needs of more than 1,150 students who attend the college.
Olivet offers 32 programs that lead to a bachelor's degree and a master's degree of Business Administration in Insurance.
Olivet College has an entire office devoted to connecting students to the perfect on-campus job. Whether you are looking to build your resume or simply earn some extra cash, there may be an on-campus job available that fits your needs. The student employment coordinator maintains a list of all on-campus job opportunities, as well as a few off-campus positions within the local community.
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Navigating college is made simple by the Student Services staff at Olivet College. Students can walk in with questions and sit down with a staff member to solve problems swiftly and efficiently every weekday. There are no time limits for sessions and appointments are not required, just another one of the perks of attending Olivet College.
For Olivet College students, your collegiate experience includes living on campus. We offer the residence halls typical of most college campuses – male, female and co-ed halls – but we also have apartment-style and themed housing options available for upperclassmen, too.
At the heart of every institution of higher education is a great library, and Olivet College’s Burrage Library is one of the best. Open to the college community as well as the general public, our library houses thousands of books, periodicals and resources to help you complete a research project or gain greater insight into a particular subject.
Though we do not have wellness providers on campus, students needing medical attention can contact Oaklawn Medical Group, which is located a convenient three blocks from campus in downtown Olivet. Visits are not free. Your health insurance will be billed when seen by a medical or mental health provider. Students are responsible for all expenses associated with treatment.
Our freshmen have the opportunity to live in one of three campus residences: Blair, Dole and Shipherd halls. Each come equipped with unique amenities and characteristics. Sophomore through senior status students who meet specific requirements also have the option to live in Long Apartments, Oak Hill Apartments or Gillette Student Village.
Olivet College is a NCAA Division III school with men’s and women’s athletic teams. Our athletes love what they do, and they work hard.
Olivet College students lead and participate in more than 60 clubs and organizations! There’s a little something for everyone… but we’re happy to help you launch your own group! Stop by the Office of Student Life conveniently located on the main floor of the Mott Academic Center.
Olivet College is fully accredited as an institution of higher education by the Higher Learning Commission. The college received reaccreditation for the maximum ten-year period with its last accreditation review.