Founded in 1894, Goshen College is a Christian liberal arts college in Indiana that is nationally recognized for its academic and international programs for a campus atmosphere that promotes ethical values.
Goshen is operated by the Mennonite Church and students of all nationalities, religions and ethic backgrounds are warmly welcomed. The university offers excellent university experiences for international students. The city of Goshen (population 25,000) is located in northeastern Indiana and provides a friendly, safe living environment.
Goshen is a residential college with the majority of students living on campus. Goshen College residence halls are Kratz, Miller, Yoder, Kulp and Coffman.
Kulp features junior and senior floors, and Coffman is for upperclassmen. Campus dining facilities provide full meal service. Special housing/dining arrangements can be made for students with particular needs.
- Campus activities include intramural and intercollegiate sports, drama, musical groups and the campus newsletter and radio station.
- More than twenty special interest organizations, including the International Club, are available.
- A special advisor is available to assist international students with social adjustments, immigration regulations and other personal concerns.
- Almost all of the international students at Goshen College have an on-campus job- 20 hours a week during the school year and 40 hours a week during summer.