The departments on campus have your best interests in mind. From protection and health to plans for your future, we've got you covered.
Be healthy. Be prepared. Be informed. Be safe.
The Gordon College Police Department works to ensure your safety and holds the community accountable for proper conduct as defined in the Student Handbook. Whether providing a late night safety escort, responding to a police or medical emergency, providing a jump start or unlocking a door, Gordon Police officers share the desire to serve the Gordon community to the glory of God.
CAREER AND CONNECTION INSTITUTE
The Career and Connection Institute provides you with a bridge from the college world to the professional and post-graduate world.
The Center for Technology Services (CTS) provides centralized support for all campus technology needs and works collaboratively with faculty, staff and students to explore, design and support effective and appropriate uses of technology in the curriculum.
The Gordon College Center for Student Counseling and Wellness provides mental health services to students to facilitate their adjustment to college, academic success and ability to be contributing members of the residential community.
FINANCIAL AID AND TUITION
Our financial aid program is all about making opportunity affordable—for career building, experiential learning, deepening faith, exploring the world.
The Health Center is here to help you develop a balanced approach to your well-being and guide you in incorporating healthy activities into your life.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SERVICES (ISS)
From Bolivia to Zimbabwe and Republic of Korea to Spain, Gordon's unique community of international students continues to grow in size and diversity! The office of International Student Services (ISS) is here to support Gordon College’s international students.
The Jenks Library provides information resources, research assistance, and a welcoming environment for individual and collaborative learning in support of the curriculum and mission of Gordon College.
All registered students (both on-campus residents and commuters) are assigned a mailbox every August where they can receive incoming mail, parcels, and campus information. Students may also purchase stamps, utilize a fax machine if needed, and drop outgoing mail, which is taken to a local Post Office daily.
Student Life coordinates many activities, programs, and services that enhance student life at Gordon.
STUDENT JOB SEARCH
This job database houses over 1,500 non-professional job postings each year. On- and off-campus employers, including nonprofit organizations, for-profit companies, and private citizens, can post a variety of part-time positions to be filled by students.