A. J. GORDON SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
A mentoring program that recognizes students with potential leadership skills in both ecclesiastical and secular fields.
CHURCH VOCATION INSTITUTE (CVI)
A special institute that operates as part of Gordon's chapel program and helps students and alumni formulate a theological framework for understanding vocation. It also assists students called to the ministry connect with specific seminaries and church bodies.
FAITH SEEKING UNDERSTANDING LECTURE SERIES (FSU)
An ongoing lecture series designed to bring first-rate guest speakers to campus to address various topics related to Christian thought and practice, the theology of vocation, intellectual commitment, ethics, and more.
JERUSALEM AND ATHENS FORUM (JAF)
An upper-level great books honors program for students and a campus-wide discussion forum. It is designed to promote a reflective appreciation of the Christian intellectual and literary tradition that serves as a means for understanding and engaging contemporary culture.
PROJECT FOR THE CHURCH & THE PUBLIC
Suported by the Center for Faith and Inquiry, this project helps select faculty pursue writing and scholarly projects that have the potential to make a significant impact on contemporary church life and the broader public square.
NEW FACULTY MENTORING PROGRAM
Helps new faculty cultivate a vocationally reflective sense of commitment to Gordon and the Christian liberal arts tradition. It helps faculty assess their own talents in the context of a mentoring relationship with senior faculty.
THE GREAT CONVERSATION (TGC)
A yearlong course on faith, culture and the liberal arts that introduces all first-year and transfer students to the moral and intellectual life within the Christian pilgrimage.