This is where it all starts. Your counselor, financial aid team and student ambassadors are all here. Welcome!
A reminder of our historic mission, the eternal flame has also been known to toast the occasional marshmallow.
The main student hub of activity, you’ll meet your first friends here, around Starbucks or the lunch table.
Concerts and worship services all happen here, and it’s also the place you’ll cross the platform and accept your diploma.
Aside from classes, this main academic building hosts the Weber Leadership Center, with innovative programming.
Students call this place “The Rec”. From billiards and swimming to treadmills and the rock wall. It’s just awesome.
You’ll see concerts here, and crown the Homecoming Queen and Mr. ONU, and a hundred other student activities.
In the middle of the Parrott Convocation Athletic Center is McHie. Athletic offices and varsity gyms are all here.
There are six different buildings where ladies can live (plus apartments)! Here’s a look inside a freshman building.
There’s so much more than books in here. The main floor is always buzzing, and there are dedicated quiet spots, too.
Yeah, we have a fully-resourced planetarium and observatory. Take a space-walk or watch for signs of alien activity. Up to you.
This is a glimpse inside Chapman Hall, where most freshmen live. But there are apartments and six other buildings for men.
When most alumni think of Olivet, it’s Burke they recall. Tall ceilings and limestone staircase. It’s just Olivet-iconic.
If you’re a budding musician, this is your place. Practice Rooms, studios and the Kresge Auditorium are nestled inside.
Having recently undergone a major renovation (and about to undergo another addition!), Reed is ultra-cool Science+Tech.
You probably already know Olivet is committed to your success. The folks in this building connect students to results.