Calvin College Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (6)
Calvin College is a wonderful institution which has a wonderfully rich and challenging academic program. While steeped in the reformed tradition, students arrive from many backgrounds leading to great dialog. I loved my time at Calvin and would encourage anyone to attend.
Great program that offered many types of classes: on campus, online, and hybrid. Students can be enrolled in the program even if they do no live close to the college. All of my professors were great; I was assigned thoughtful work and it didn't seem like hoop-jumping.
Calvin College provides an excellent science education program, with professors who are committed to making the experience beneficial and helpful for prospective educators. The program couples what the college offers as two high quality departments--the education department and the sciences. The program emphasizes rigor and competency of the science teacher in their content knowledge as well as the pedagogical skills to successfully teach them.
Calvin did a fantastic job balancing practical business learning while still tackling issues regarding the Christian faith. In today's business world, it can be hard to find a balance between doing what your job requires while still maintaining your integrity and values as a Christian. Calvin provided a welcoming space to take on that challenge and allow students to shape their personal identity in the face of today's business world. I'm truly thankful for that opportunity.
The experience and the education that I received from Calvin College was superb! The classes are small, the professors are engaging, and the curriculum is relevant. The student life is rich with opportunities to meet new people, try new things, and become a part of a community.
Calvin College is a small, liberal arts college with a reputation for building community and producing excellent students. The school works hard to encourage student research and academic innovation. I found the Biology Department to be a dynamic, resourceful, curious batch of faculty and students. The school's small size and religious tradition may not appeal to all college-bound students, but it was a great fit for me.