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Application Checklist Application Checklist …… Application Checklist: FF Application (www.gordon.edu/apply) …… Application (www.gordon.edu/apply) FF Official high school transcripts translated to …… Official English high andschool converted transcripts to U.S.translated grading scale to English using and WES converted (www.wes.org) to U.S. grading or AACRAO scale(ies.aacrao.org) using WES (http://www.wes.org) or AACRAO (http://ies.aacrao. FForg/) Academic reference Christian reference faith reference …F … FAcademic Official SAT ACT with writing or TOEFL scores faith 1,reference …F … FChristian campus visit Interview—phone, TOEFLorscores …F … FOfficial SAT, ACT, or Skype of Finance Form (CSS visit Profile) Certification …F … FInterview –phone, Skype, or campus Supplemental form (www.gordon.edu/isff) of Finance Form (CSS Profile) …F … FCertification is waived Application fee …F … FSupplemental form (http://www.gordon.edu/igsf) …… Application fee is waived

MAJORS Accounting Art Design Drawing/Printmaking Painting Sculpture Biblical Studies Biblical Languages Jewish Studies Biology (Bachelor of Arts) Biology (Bachelor of Science) Biotechnology Environmental Health Professions (Premedical) Marine Biology Professional Business Administration International Business Chemistry Health Professions (Premedical) Professional Christian Ministries Youth Ministries Global Christianity Juvenile Justice Ministries Urban Ministries Outdoor Education Ministries Communication Arts Computer Science General Concentration

Interdisciplinary and Preprofessional Minors American Studies Classics East Asian Studies Environmental Studies Gender Studies Health Professions (Premedical) Latin American Studies

www.gordon.edu

International Student Guide

Gordon College offers 38 majors and 42 concentrations Computer Information Systems Economics Early Childhood Education (PreK–2) ESL Licensure (PreK–6) Elementary Education (1–6) ESL Licensure (PreK–6) Special Education Licensure (PreK–8) Elementary Art Education (PreK–8) Middle School Education (5–8) ESL Licensure (5–12) Special Education Licensure (5–12) Secondary Education (8–12) ESL Licensure (5–12) Special Education Licensure (5–12) English Language and Literature Creative Writing Finance French Francophone Studies German History Public History and Museum Studies International Affairs International Development

Neuroscience Nonprofit Organization Management Outdoor Education Peace and Conflict Studies Prelaw Public History and Museum Studies Sport Studies Sustainable Development

Kinesiology Health Professions Physician’s Assistant Prephysical Therapy Preoccupational Therapy Prenursing Corporate Fitness Combined Languages Linguistics

Ask questions. Build faith. Bring hope. THE BASICS

Mathematics Music (Bachelor of Arts) Music Performance (Bachelor of Music) Music Education (Bachelor of Music) Philosophy Physics Professional Computational Physics Engineering Physics Physics: 3–2 Engineering Program Political Science Psychology Recreation and Leisure Studies Outdoor Education Sport Studies Social Work Sociology Spanish Theatre Arts

Mission: Gordon College strives to graduate men and women distinguished by intellectual maturity and Christian character, committed to a lifestyle of servanthood and prepared for leadership roles worldwide. Affiliations: An independent, multidenominational Christian college, Gordon is a charter member of the Christian College Consortium and the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities. More than 40 Christian denominations are represented by Gordon’s students, faculty and staff. Location: Wenham, Massachusetts, a North Shore town approximately 25 miles from Boston

Enrollment: 1,500 undergraduate students from 38 states and 32 nations; approximately 15% multicultural and international Campus: 450 wooded acres 5 ponds Athletics: Member of the NCAA Division III Commonwealth Coast Conference First- to second-year retention rate: 81% Average GPA: 3.6 Average ACT: 27

Average SAT (middle 50% of verbal, math and writing combined): 1570–1910 High school class rank: First decile 34% Top quarter 64% Percent of students enrolled from outside Massachusetts: 68% Percent of classes with fewer than 10 students: 25% Fewer than 20: 67% Fewer than 30: 87% Student/Faculty ratio: 12:1 Percent of faculty with terminal degrees: 80%

Average TOEFL: 102IBT

Honors Programs The Elijah Project Jerusalem and Athens Forum Kenneth L. Pike Honors Program Departmental Honors 255 Grapevine Road, Wenham MA 01984-1899 T 866 464 6736 F 978 867 4682 www.gordon.edu

LOCATED IN WENHAM, MASSACHUSETTS, GORDON IS 25 MILES North OF BOSTON

32

NATIONS REPRESENTED IN STUDENT BODY

12:1

Student/Faculty Ratio


LeARN MORE: www.gordon.edu/admissions/international

what awaits you Gordon College is consistently rated among the top Christian colleges in the nation. Students love it here. We think you will too. Here are just a few reasons:

AT GORDON, FAITH IN CHRIST MATTERS. We’re ready to prepare you for a lifetime of Christian commitment. Academically. Spiritually. Physically. Emotionally.

GORDON college has recently been recognized in:

32

AT GORDON, FACULTY/STUDENT RELATIONSHIPS MATTER. Many of our professors are nationally recognized leaders in their fields, waiting to bring you alongside them. From classroom discussions to casual meetings over clam chowder in Chester’s Place, our faculty are willing to invest in you. WE’RE LOCATED IN THE GLOBAL HUB OF HIGHER EDUCATION. With Boston just 25 miles from campus, Gordon students have the opportunity to extend their learning to the city through internships, co-ops and research work at distinguished businesses and organizations. AT GORDON, LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE MATTER. Gordon prepares students to become leaders, stewards, and agents of change. Our graduates lead churches and companies, make policies and movies, fight illnesses and injustice.

3 MILES FROM OCEAN

WOODED ACRES ON CAMPUS

SOUTH KOREA

EL SALVADOR

CANADA

ETHIOPIA

GERMANY

JAPAN

CHINA

SINGAPORE

ZIMBABWE

ENGLAND

NEPAL

AND MANY OTHERS

40%

STUDENTS INVOLVED IN OFF-CAMPUS AND STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS

SQUARE FEET OF NEW SCIENCE CENTER

26

MINISTRY GROUPS THAT CHANGE THE WORLD

33

COUNTRIES TRAVELED FOR MISSIONS TRIPS

Career and employment workshops

Forbes Magazine

International student advisor

One of the “Best National Liberal Arts Colleges”—One of four Christian liberal arts colleges to be nationally ranked

One of the top schools in the country for its students’ academic success and postgraduate studies

International student orientation

Visa and immigration information services

Summer housing

Fiske Guide to Colleges

Peterson’s­—The Real Guide to Colleges and Universities

One of the “300 Best and Most Interesting Colleges”

One of the “Top 200 Colleges for Science”

The Princeton Review One of the “Best Northeastern Colleges”

Boston College

Brown University

Cornell University

Harvard University

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Princeton University

Stanford University

International Student Clubs: •

ISO (International Student Organization)

John Templeton Foundation

ALANA (Asian, Latino, African, and Native American)

The Templeton Guide: Colleges That Encourage Character Development

ACD (Advocates for Cultural Diversity)

Mu Kappa

where faculty come from

COUNTRIES REPRESENTED

US News & World Report

Campus Specs

WE AREN’T JUST A CAMPUS; WE’RE A COMMUNITY. You matter to us beyond brains and books. You’ll be welcomed at residence life events and campus-wide barbecues.

Services for International Students:

where GORDON GRADUATES GO •

Fulbright Assistantship for Teaching—Germany

Harvard Medical School

Boston University

Duke University

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

University of Notre Dame

Yale University

Printhess Rai Class of 2012 Nepal

“Leaving home and traveling halfway across the world was one of the biggest and most challenging decisions I’ve ever made. Not only did the landscape and surrounding environment change drastically; so did the faces, food and speech. I’ve learned it takes time and people who care to make someone feel at home—I’ve been blessed to have both here at Gordon.”


LeARN MORE: www.gordon.edu/admissions/international

what awaits you Gordon College is consistently rated among the top Christian colleges in the nation. Students love it here. We think you will too. Here are just a few reasons:

AT GORDON, FAITH IN CHRIST MATTERS. We’re ready to prepare you for a lifetime of Christian commitment. Academically. Spiritually. Physically. Emotionally.

GORDON college has recently been recognized in:

32

AT GORDON, FACULTY/STUDENT RELATIONSHIPS MATTER. Many of our professors are nationally recognized leaders in their fields, waiting to bring you alongside them. From classroom discussions to casual meetings over clam chowder in Chester’s Place, our faculty are willing to invest in you. WE’RE LOCATED IN THE GLOBAL HUB OF HIGHER EDUCATION. With Boston just 25 miles from campus, Gordon students have the opportunity to extend their learning to the city through internships, co-ops and research work at distinguished businesses and organizations. AT GORDON, LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE MATTER. Gordon prepares students to become leaders, stewards, and agents of change. Our graduates lead churches and companies, make policies and movies, fight illnesses and injustice.

3 MILES FROM OCEAN

WOODED ACRES ON CAMPUS

SOUTH KOREA

EL SALVADOR

CANADA

ETHIOPIA

GERMANY

JAPAN

CHINA

SINGAPORE

ZIMBABWE

ENGLAND

NEPAL

AND MANY OTHERS

40%

STUDENTS INVOLVED IN OFF-CAMPUS AND STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS

SQUARE FEET OF NEW SCIENCE CENTER

26

MINISTRY GROUPS THAT CHANGE THE WORLD

33

COUNTRIES TRAVELED FOR MISSIONS TRIPS

Career and employment workshops

Forbes Magazine

International student advisor

One of the “Best National Liberal Arts Colleges”—One of four Christian liberal arts colleges to be nationally ranked

One of the top schools in the country for its students’ academic success and postgraduate studies

International student orientation

Visa and immigration information services

Summer housing

Fiske Guide to Colleges

Peterson’s­—The Real Guide to Colleges and Universities

One of the “300 Best and Most Interesting Colleges”

One of the “Top 200 Colleges for Science”

The Princeton Review One of the “Best Northeastern Colleges”

Boston College

Brown University

Cornell University

Harvard University

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Princeton University

Stanford University

International Student Clubs: •

ISO (International Student Organization)

John Templeton Foundation

ALANA (Asian, Latino, African, and Native American)

The Templeton Guide: Colleges That Encourage Character Development

ACD (Advocates for Cultural Diversity)

Mu Kappa

where faculty come from

COUNTRIES REPRESENTED

US News & World Report

Campus Specs

WE AREN’T JUST A CAMPUS; WE’RE A COMMUNITY. You matter to us beyond brains and books. You’ll be welcomed at residence life events and campus-wide barbecues.

Services for International Students:

where GORDON GRADUATES GO •

Fulbright Assistantship for Teaching—Germany

Harvard Medical School

Boston University

Duke University

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

University of Notre Dame

Yale University

Printhess Rai Class of 2012 Nepal

“Leaving home and traveling halfway across the world was one of the biggest and most challenging decisions I’ve ever made. Not only did the landscape and surrounding environment change drastically; so did the faces, food and speech. I’ve learned it takes time and people who care to make someone feel at home—I’ve been blessed to have both here at Gordon.”


LeARN MORE: www.gordon.edu/admissions/international

what awaits you Gordon College is consistently rated among the top Christian colleges in the nation. Students love it here. We think you will too. Here are just a few reasons:

AT GORDON, FAITH IN CHRIST MATTERS. We’re ready to prepare you for a lifetime of Christian commitment. Academically. Spiritually. Physically. Emotionally.

GORDON college has recently been recognized in:

32

AT GORDON, FACULTY/STUDENT RELATIONSHIPS MATTER. Many of our professors are nationally recognized leaders in their fields, waiting to bring you alongside them. From classroom discussions to casual meetings over clam chowder in Chester’s Place, our faculty are willing to invest in you. WE’RE LOCATED IN THE GLOBAL HUB OF HIGHER EDUCATION. With Boston just 25 miles from campus, Gordon students have the opportunity to extend their learning to the city through internships, co-ops and research work at distinguished businesses and organizations. AT GORDON, LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE MATTER. Gordon prepares students to become leaders, stewards, and agents of change. Our graduates lead churches and companies, make policies and movies, fight illnesses and injustice.

3 MILES FROM OCEAN

WOODED ACRES ON CAMPUS

SOUTH KOREA

EL SALVADOR

CANADA

ETHIOPIA

GERMANY

JAPAN

CHINA

SINGAPORE

ZIMBABWE

ENGLAND

NEPAL

AND MANY OTHERS

40%

STUDENTS INVOLVED IN OFF-CAMPUS AND STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS

SQUARE FEET OF NEW SCIENCE CENTER

26

MINISTRY GROUPS THAT CHANGE THE WORLD

33

COUNTRIES TRAVELED FOR MISSIONS TRIPS

Career and employment workshops

Forbes Magazine

International student advisor

One of the “Best National Liberal Arts Colleges”—One of four Christian liberal arts colleges to be nationally ranked

One of the top schools in the country for its students’ academic success and postgraduate studies

International student orientation

Visa and immigration information services

Summer housing

Fiske Guide to Colleges

Peterson’s­—The Real Guide to Colleges and Universities

One of the “300 Best and Most Interesting Colleges”

One of the “Top 200 Colleges for Science”

The Princeton Review One of the “Best Northeastern Colleges”

Boston College

Brown University

Cornell University

Harvard University

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Princeton University

Stanford University

International Student Clubs: •

ISO (International Student Organization)

John Templeton Foundation

ALANA (Asian, Latino, African, and Native American)

The Templeton Guide: Colleges That Encourage Character Development

ACD (Advocates for Cultural Diversity)

Mu Kappa

where faculty come from

COUNTRIES REPRESENTED

US News & World Report

Campus Specs

WE AREN’T JUST A CAMPUS; WE’RE A COMMUNITY. You matter to us beyond brains and books. You’ll be welcomed at residence life events and campus-wide barbecues.

Services for International Students:

where GORDON GRADUATES GO •

Fulbright Assistantship for Teaching—Germany

Harvard Medical School

Boston University

Duke University

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

University of Notre Dame

Yale University

Printhess Rai Class of 2012 Nepal

“Leaving home and traveling halfway across the world was one of the biggest and most challenging decisions I’ve ever made. Not only did the landscape and surrounding environment change drastically; so did the faces, food and speech. I’ve learned it takes time and people who care to make someone feel at home—I’ve been blessed to have both here at Gordon.”


LeARN MORE: www.gordon.edu/admissions/international

what awaits you Gordon College is consistently rated among the top Christian colleges in the nation. Students love it here. We think you will too. Here are just a few reasons:

AT GORDON, FAITH IN CHRIST MATTERS. We’re ready to prepare you for a lifetime of Christian commitment. Academically. Spiritually. Physically. Emotionally.

GORDON college has recently been recognized in:

32

AT GORDON, FACULTY/STUDENT RELATIONSHIPS MATTER. Many of our professors are nationally recognized leaders in their fields, waiting to bring you alongside them. From classroom discussions to casual meetings over clam chowder in Chester’s Place, our faculty are willing to invest in you. WE’RE LOCATED IN THE GLOBAL HUB OF HIGHER EDUCATION. With Boston just 25 miles from campus, Gordon students have the opportunity to extend their learning to the city through internships, co-ops and research work at distinguished businesses and organizations. AT GORDON, LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE MATTER. Gordon prepares students to become leaders, stewards, and agents of change. Our graduates lead churches and companies, make policies and movies, fight illnesses and injustice.

3 MILES FROM OCEAN

WOODED ACRES ON CAMPUS

SOUTH KOREA

EL SALVADOR

CANADA

ETHIOPIA

GERMANY

JAPAN

CHINA

SINGAPORE

ZIMBABWE

ENGLAND

NEPAL

AND MANY OTHERS

40%

STUDENTS INVOLVED IN OFF-CAMPUS AND STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS

SQUARE FEET OF NEW SCIENCE CENTER

26

MINISTRY GROUPS THAT CHANGE THE WORLD

33

COUNTRIES TRAVELED FOR MISSIONS TRIPS

Career and employment workshops

Forbes Magazine

International student advisor

One of the “Best National Liberal Arts Colleges”—One of four Christian liberal arts colleges to be nationally ranked

One of the top schools in the country for its students’ academic success and postgraduate studies

International student orientation

Visa and immigration information services

Summer housing

Fiske Guide to Colleges

Peterson’s­—The Real Guide to Colleges and Universities

One of the “300 Best and Most Interesting Colleges”

One of the “Top 200 Colleges for Science”

The Princeton Review One of the “Best Northeastern Colleges”

Boston College

Brown University

Cornell University

Harvard University

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Princeton University

Stanford University

International Student Clubs: •

ISO (International Student Organization)

John Templeton Foundation

ALANA (Asian, Latino, African, and Native American)

The Templeton Guide: Colleges That Encourage Character Development

ACD (Advocates for Cultural Diversity)

Mu Kappa

where faculty come from

COUNTRIES REPRESENTED

US News & World Report

Campus Specs

WE AREN’T JUST A CAMPUS; WE’RE A COMMUNITY. You matter to us beyond brains and books. You’ll be welcomed at residence life events and campus-wide barbecues.

Services for International Students:

where GORDON GRADUATES GO •

Fulbright Assistantship for Teaching—Germany

Harvard Medical School

Boston University

Duke University

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

University of Notre Dame

Yale University

Printhess Rai Class of 2012 Nepal

“Leaving home and traveling halfway across the world was one of the biggest and most challenging decisions I’ve ever made. Not only did the landscape and surrounding environment change drastically; so did the faces, food and speech. I’ve learned it takes time and people who care to make someone feel at home—I’ve been blessed to have both here at Gordon.”


Application Checklist Application Checklist …… Application Checklist: FF Application (www.gordon.edu/apply) …… Application (www.gordon.edu/apply) FF Official high school transcripts translated to …… Official English high andschool converted transcripts to U.S.translated grading scale to English using and WES converted (www.wes.org) to U.S. grading or AACRAO scale(ies.aacrao.org) using WES (http://www.wes.org) or AACRAO (http://ies.aacrao. FForg/) Academic reference Christian reference faith reference …F … FAcademic Official SAT ACT with writing or TOEFL scores faith 1,reference …F … FChristian campus visit Interview—phone, TOEFLorscores …F … FOfficial SAT, ACT, or Skype of Finance Form (CSS visit Profile) Certification …F … FInterview –phone, Skype, or campus Supplemental form (www.gordon.edu/isff) of Finance Form (CSS Profile) …F … FCertification is waived Application fee …F … FSupplemental form (http://www.gordon.edu/igsf) …… Application fee is waived

MAJORS Accounting Art Design Drawing/Printmaking Painting Sculpture Biblical Studies Biblical Languages Jewish Studies Biology (Bachelor of Arts) Biology (Bachelor of Science) Biotechnology Environmental Health Professions (Premedical) Marine Biology Professional Business Administration International Business Chemistry Health Professions (Premedical) Professional Christian Ministries Youth Ministries Global Christianity Juvenile Justice Ministries Urban Ministries Outdoor Education Ministries Communication Arts Computer Science General Concentration

Interdisciplinary and Preprofessional Minors American Studies Classics East Asian Studies Environmental Studies Gender Studies Health Professions (Premedical) Latin American Studies

www.gordon.edu

International Student Guide

Gordon College offers 38 majors and 42 concentrations Computer Information Systems Economics Early Childhood Education (PreK–2) ESL Licensure (PreK–6) Elementary Education (1–6) ESL Licensure (PreK–6) Special Education Licensure (PreK–8) Elementary Art Education (PreK–8) Middle School Education (5–8) ESL Licensure (5–12) Special Education Licensure (5–12) Secondary Education (8–12) ESL Licensure (5–12) Special Education Licensure (5–12) English Language and Literature Creative Writing Finance French Francophone Studies German History Public History and Museum Studies International Affairs International Development

Neuroscience Nonprofit Organization Management Outdoor Education Peace and Conflict Studies Prelaw Public History and Museum Studies Sport Studies Sustainable Development

Kinesiology Health Professions Physician’s Assistant Prephysical Therapy Preoccupational Therapy Prenursing Corporate Fitness Combined Languages Linguistics

Ask questions. Build faith. Bring hope. THE BASICS

Mathematics Music (Bachelor of Arts) Music Performance (Bachelor of Music) Music Education (Bachelor of Music) Philosophy Physics Professional Computational Physics Engineering Physics Physics: 3–2 Engineering Program Political Science Psychology Recreation and Leisure Studies Outdoor Education Sport Studies Social Work Sociology Spanish Theatre Arts

Mission: Gordon College strives to graduate men and women distinguished by intellectual maturity and Christian character, committed to a lifestyle of servanthood and prepared for leadership roles worldwide. Affiliations: An independent, multidenominational Christian college, Gordon is a charter member of the Christian College Consortium and the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities. More than 40 Christian denominations are represented by Gordon’s students, faculty and staff. Location: Wenham, Massachusetts, a North Shore town approximately 25 miles from Boston

Enrollment: 1,500 undergraduate students from 38 states and 32 nations; approximately 15% multicultural and international Campus: 450 wooded acres 5 ponds Athletics: Member of the NCAA Division III Commonwealth Coast Conference First- to second-year retention rate: 81% Average GPA: 3.6 Average ACT: 27

Average SAT (middle 50% of verbal, math and writing combined): 1570–1910 High school class rank: First decile 34% Top quarter 64% Percent of students enrolled from outside Massachusetts: 68% Percent of classes with fewer than 10 students: 25% Fewer than 20: 67% Fewer than 30: 87% Student/Faculty ratio: 12:1 Percent of faculty with terminal degrees: 80%

Average TOEFL: 102IBT

Honors Programs The Elijah Project Jerusalem and Athens Forum Kenneth L. Pike Honors Program Departmental Honors 255 Grapevine Road, Wenham MA 01984-1899 T 866 464 6736 F 978 867 4682 www.gordon.edu

LOCATED IN WENHAM, MASSACHUSETTS, GORDON IS 25 MILES North OF BOSTON

32

NATIONS REPRESENTED IN STUDENT BODY

12:1

Student/Faculty Ratio


Application Checklist Application Checklist …… Application Checklist: FF Application (www.gordon.edu/apply) …… Application (www.gordon.edu/apply) FF Official high school transcripts translated to …… Official English high andschool converted transcripts to U.S.translated grading scale to English using and WES converted (www.wes.org) to U.S. grading or AACRAO scale(ies.aacrao.org) using WES (http://www.wes.org) or AACRAO (http://ies.aacrao. FForg/) Academic reference Christian reference faith reference …F … FAcademic Official SAT ACT with writing or TOEFL scores faith 1,reference …F … FChristian campus visit Interview—phone, TOEFLorscores …F … FOfficial SAT, ACT, or Skype of Finance Form (CSS visit Profile) Certification …F … FInterview –phone, Skype, or campus Supplemental form (www.gordon.edu/isff) of Finance Form (CSS Profile) …F … FCertification is waived Application fee …F … FSupplemental form (http://www.gordon.edu/igsf) …… Application fee is waived

MAJORS Accounting Art Design Drawing/Printmaking Painting Sculpture Biblical Studies Biblical Languages Jewish Studies Biology (Bachelor of Arts) Biology (Bachelor of Science) Biotechnology Environmental Health Professions (Premedical) Marine Biology Professional Business Administration International Business Chemistry Health Professions (Premedical) Professional Christian Ministries Youth Ministries Global Christianity Juvenile Justice Ministries Urban Ministries Outdoor Education Ministries Communication Arts Computer Science General Concentration

Interdisciplinary and Preprofessional Minors American Studies Classics East Asian Studies Environmental Studies Gender Studies Health Professions (Premedical) Latin American Studies

www.gordon.edu

International Student Guide

Gordon College offers 38 majors and 42 concentrations Computer Information Systems Economics Early Childhood Education (PreK–2) ESL Licensure (PreK–6) Elementary Education (1–6) ESL Licensure (PreK–6) Special Education Licensure (PreK–8) Elementary Art Education (PreK–8) Middle School Education (5–8) ESL Licensure (5–12) Special Education Licensure (5–12) Secondary Education (8–12) ESL Licensure (5–12) Special Education Licensure (5–12) English Language and Literature Creative Writing Finance French Francophone Studies German History Public History and Museum Studies International Affairs International Development

Neuroscience Nonprofit Organization Management Outdoor Education Peace and Conflict Studies Prelaw Public History and Museum Studies Sport Studies Sustainable Development

Kinesiology Health Professions Physician’s Assistant Prephysical Therapy Preoccupational Therapy Prenursing Corporate Fitness Combined Languages Linguistics

Ask questions. Build faith. Bring hope. THE BASICS

Mathematics Music (Bachelor of Arts) Music Performance (Bachelor of Music) Music Education (Bachelor of Music) Philosophy Physics Professional Computational Physics Engineering Physics Physics: 3–2 Engineering Program Political Science Psychology Recreation and Leisure Studies Outdoor Education Sport Studies Social Work Sociology Spanish Theatre Arts

Mission: Gordon College strives to graduate men and women distinguished by intellectual maturity and Christian character, committed to a lifestyle of servanthood and prepared for leadership roles worldwide. Affiliations: An independent, multidenominational Christian college, Gordon is a charter member of the Christian College Consortium and the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities. More than 40 Christian denominations are represented by Gordon’s students, faculty and staff. Location: Wenham, Massachusetts, a North Shore town approximately 25 miles from Boston

Enrollment: 1,500 undergraduate students from 38 states and 32 nations; approximately 15% multicultural and international Campus: 450 wooded acres 5 ponds Athletics: Member of the NCAA Division III Commonwealth Coast Conference First- to second-year retention rate: 81% Average GPA: 3.6 Average ACT: 27

Average SAT (middle 50% of verbal, math and writing combined): 1570–1910 High school class rank: First decile 34% Top quarter 64% Percent of students enrolled from outside Massachusetts: 68% Percent of classes with fewer than 10 students: 25% Fewer than 20: 67% Fewer than 30: 87% Student/Faculty ratio: 12:1 Percent of faculty with terminal degrees: 80%

Average TOEFL: 102IBT

Honors Programs The Elijah Project Jerusalem and Athens Forum Kenneth L. Pike Honors Program Departmental Honors 255 Grapevine Road, Wenham MA 01984-1899 T 866 464 6736 F 978 867 4682 www.gordon.edu

LOCATED IN WENHAM, MASSACHUSETTS, GORDON IS 25 MILES North OF BOSTON

32

NATIONS REPRESENTED IN STUDENT BODY

12:1

Student/Faculty Ratio


Application Checklist Application Checklist …… Application Checklist: FF Application (www.gordon.edu/apply) …… Application (www.gordon.edu/apply) FF Official high school transcripts translated to …… Official English high andschool converted transcripts to U.S.translated grading scale to English using and WES converted (www.wes.org) to U.S. grading or AACRAO scale(ies.aacrao.org) using WES (http://www.wes.org) or AACRAO (http://ies.aacrao. FForg/) Academic reference Christian reference faith reference …F … FAcademic Official SAT ACT with writing or TOEFL scores faith 1,reference …F … FChristian campus visit Interview—phone, TOEFLorscores …F … FOfficial SAT, ACT, or Skype of Finance Form (CSS visit Profile) Certification …F … FInterview –phone, Skype, or campus Supplemental form (www.gordon.edu/isff) of Finance Form (CSS Profile) …F … FCertification is waived Application fee …F … FSupplemental form (http://www.gordon.edu/igsf) …… Application fee is waived

MAJORS Accounting Art Design Drawing/Printmaking Painting Sculpture Biblical Studies Biblical Languages Jewish Studies Biology (Bachelor of Arts) Biology (Bachelor of Science) Biotechnology Environmental Health Professions (Premedical) Marine Biology Professional Business Administration International Business Chemistry Health Professions (Premedical) Professional Christian Ministries Youth Ministries Global Christianity Juvenile Justice Ministries Urban Ministries Outdoor Education Ministries Communication Arts Computer Science General Concentration

Interdisciplinary and Preprofessional Minors American Studies Classics East Asian Studies Environmental Studies Gender Studies Health Professions (Premedical) Latin American Studies

www.gordon.edu

International Student Guide

Gordon College offers 38 majors and 42 concentrations Computer Information Systems Economics Early Childhood Education (PreK–2) ESL Licensure (PreK–6) Elementary Education (1–6) ESL Licensure (PreK–6) Special Education Licensure (PreK–8) Elementary Art Education (PreK–8) Middle School Education (5–8) ESL Licensure (5–12) Special Education Licensure (5–12) Secondary Education (8–12) ESL Licensure (5–12) Special Education Licensure (5–12) English Language and Literature Creative Writing Finance French Francophone Studies German History Public History and Museum Studies International Affairs International Development

Neuroscience Nonprofit Organization Management Outdoor Education Peace and Conflict Studies Prelaw Public History and Museum Studies Sport Studies Sustainable Development

Kinesiology Health Professions Physician’s Assistant Prephysical Therapy Preoccupational Therapy Prenursing Corporate Fitness Combined Languages Linguistics

Ask questions. Build faith. Bring hope. THE BASICS

Mathematics Music (Bachelor of Arts) Music Performance (Bachelor of Music) Music Education (Bachelor of Music) Philosophy Physics Professional Computational Physics Engineering Physics Physics: 3–2 Engineering Program Political Science Psychology Recreation and Leisure Studies Outdoor Education Sport Studies Social Work Sociology Spanish Theatre Arts

Mission: Gordon College strives to graduate men and women distinguished by intellectual maturity and Christian character, committed to a lifestyle of servanthood and prepared for leadership roles worldwide. Affiliations: An independent, multidenominational Christian college, Gordon is a charter member of the Christian College Consortium and the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities. More than 40 Christian denominations are represented by Gordon’s students, faculty and staff. Location: Wenham, Massachusetts, a North Shore town approximately 25 miles from Boston

Enrollment: 1,500 undergraduate students from 38 states and 32 nations; approximately 15% multicultural and international Campus: 450 wooded acres 5 ponds Athletics: Member of the NCAA Division III Commonwealth Coast Conference First- to second-year retention rate: 81% Average GPA: 3.6 Average ACT: 27

Average SAT (middle 50% of verbal, math and writing combined): 1570–1910 High school class rank: First decile 34% Top quarter 64% Percent of students enrolled from outside Massachusetts: 68% Percent of classes with fewer than 10 students: 25% Fewer than 20: 67% Fewer than 30: 87% Student/Faculty ratio: 12:1 Percent of faculty with terminal degrees: 80%

Average TOEFL: 102IBT

Honors Programs The Elijah Project Jerusalem and Athens Forum Kenneth L. Pike Honors Program Departmental Honors 255 Grapevine Road, Wenham MA 01984-1899 T 866 464 6736 F 978 867 4682 www.gordon.edu

LOCATED IN WENHAM, MASSACHUSETTS, GORDON IS 25 MILES North OF BOSTON

32

NATIONS REPRESENTED IN STUDENT BODY

12:1

Student/Faculty Ratio

International Student Guide  

A guide for international students to apply to Gordon College.