Gordon is among the 15% of America’s 2,600 four-year colleges to be recommended in the new edition of Princeton Review’s annual college guide, The Best 389 Colleges: 2024 Edition
On Friday, September 29, Gordon’s Homecoming and Family Weekend will kick off with an evening reception honoring nine alumni for their impactful work and faithfulness to Christ.
Professor of theology and Christian ministries Dr. Sharon Galgay Ketcham will spearhead a three-year plan to enrich spiritual formation at Gordon.
They’re experts in organic chemistry, education policy and instruction, strategic communication, foreign policy, marketing and artificial intelligence, bringing decades of industry and teaching experience into Gordon’s classrooms. Get to know the nine new faces of Gordon’s faculty.
This marks the first time Gordon has placed in this top national college production competition, which draws over 1,500 entries each year from some of the biggest, most well-known media colleges from around the nation.
Prominent Christian philanthropists and longtime Gordon College benefactors Dale E. and Sarah Ann Fowler announced today a $26.5 million legacy gift commitment.
From his days as a Gordon student to his streak of attending 54 consecutive Homecomings, John “Jack” L. Good III ’66 proved a consistent force of joy and service to the Gordon community. He passed away in October 2020. In 2022 Good was named the Gordon College Alumni of the Year posthumously.
The first-ever team from Gordon to participate—and the first from a Christian college in the competition’s 59-year history—placed in all three award categories.