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Covenant College is a Christian liberal arts college in Georgia. Covenant has about 1,000 students who came from 48 states as well as 23 countries. Currently, the college offers more than 50 undergraduate courses and 2 graduate programs. The most popular majors offered English, History, Biology, Education, Psychology and Sociology.
|Application Portal||UG - portal.covenant.edu|
|Application Fee (non-refundable)||35 USD|
|Freshman retention rate||86%|
|Mode of Payment||MasterCard/ Discover/e-check|
|Institutional Code||SAT code: 6124|
ACT code: 3951
|Work Experience||Required for Graduate|
|Total Undergraduate students||978|
The applicants are advised to apply before given deadlines to be considered for admission.
|Early Action||November 15|
|Regular Decision||March 1|
|Graduate applicants M.Ed Program||February 1|
|Graduate applicants for MAT Program||April 1|
International students can apply through the University Online Application portal. The detailed admission requirements for International applicants are given below -
Additional requirements - International Student Certification of Finances, Transcripts evaluation, Copy of the biographical page of the applicant’s passport.
International Transcripts, which need to be evaluated and proven authentic by an organization approved by the Covenant College.
International applicants can submit the TOEFL and/or IELTS scores if they are not able to take the SAT/ACT/CLT. The minimum required scores by the college are given below.
|Test||Minimum required score|
Most international applicants to Covenant College obtain a F-1 nonimmigrant visa after being accepted.
Covenant College offers more than 50 undergraduate courses to its applicants, ranging from the humanities to sciences and engineering. Currently, there are 978 undergraduate students. The basic admission process is as follows
Where to Apply: Covenant College admissions portal, available on their website
Application Fee: 35 USD
Admission Requirements: Applicants must provide the following documents at the time of admission:
Undergraduate students in the 25th to 75th percentile range have the following academic record from high school:
Covenant College offers 2 graduate courses – Master of Arts in Teaching and a Master of Education. While the specific requirements vary for both programs, some general admission requirements remain the same.
|Course||Application Portal||Application Deadline||Application Fee||Academic Requirements||Minimum English Language Proficiency|
|Master of Education - MeD||Graduate Application Portal||Early action- February 1|
Final application- April 1
|50 USD waived for early applications, submitted by February 1||Official transcripts, Minimum GPA of 3.0;|
Undergraduate coursework, Work experience,
Statement of faith,
Two LORs, Academic paper,
Letter of cooperation
|Master of Arts in Teaching - MAT||Graduate Application Portal||Early action- February 1|
Final application- April 1
|50 USD||Minimum GPA 3.0 Official transcripts,|
Undergraduate coursework Teaching experience Academic paper, Two LORs,
Passing scores on GACE Program Admission Assessment, Letter of cooperation
The admissions at Covenant College are intensive, but the rate of acceptance is favorable. The admissions office value not only good academic performance but applicants who are committed to their faith and seek an education based on the preeminence of Jesus Christ in all things. They seek students who are willing to acquire scriptural knowledge alongside their academic inquiry. Applicants should have an affinity for social service, which is an important part of the Covenant community. The stronger an applicant’s credible church references are, the better chances they have at being admitted.
The decision for an early decision will be declared on December 15 and the decision for regular application will arrive on March 15.