Lives worth leading
Gordon is a place where the whole has always been greater than the sum of its parts. Innovative while indelibly connected to a storied tradition and a rich heritage. Rooted in faith while unafraid to ask and explore tough questions in a changing society. We distill those qualities into three core ideas that capture our identity as well as our individuality: Mission. Commission. Location.
Gordon graduates men and women distinguished by intellectual maturity and Christian character, committed to lives of service, and prepared for leadership worldwide. With a liberal arts education in the tradition of New England’s best colleges, our students gain the qualities most sought by employers: the ability to think holistically, reason analytically, communicate persuasively, and—even more importantly—to act morally.
The Gordon Commission is the essence of our experience—the process and promise of a transformative education.
• Stretch the mind. At Gordon faith and knowledge are complementary, not contradictory.
• Deepen the faith. What profits students to gain a degree and lose their soul?
• Elevate the contribution. In the words of our founder, A. J. Gordon, “Service overflows from us.”
We are just north of Boston, the global hub of higher education. The Greater Boston area provides a wealth of professional development and career opportunities for students, as well as rich history and traditions. And since we are not far from the world’s financial and political capitals in New York City and Washington, D.C., we provide outstanding access and opportunity for experiential education as well as for starting a career.
The Gordon Presidential Fellows Program—modeled after the outstanding White House Fellowship—offers exceptionally talented students the opportunity to develop their leadership potential through unique exposure to senior leaders, substantive work assignments, and horizon-broadening educational opportunities.
Institutional Control: Private
School Type: Co-ed
Academic Calendar: Semester
Religious Affiliation: Evangelical
School Size: 1,736
Average Class Size: 20
Student-Faculty Ratio: 13:1
Number of Ministry and Missions Groups: 61
COSTS AND AID (2015–2016)
Tuition: $33,884 (in state and out of state)
Room and Board: $10,218 (on campus)
Average GPA: 3.60
Average ACT: 26
Average SAT: 1732
Essay Required: No
Interview Required: Yes
Application Deadline: Rolling
Application Fee: $50
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