Fellowship Groups

The following fellowship groups meet to network and share ideas on how to maximize their academic, social and spiritual protentional while attending Calvin. These groups meet casually a few times a month over dinner or by attending various events.

Native American students group


AANII (Association of American Natives and Interested Individuals) is a space for Native American students at Calvin and those who identify with their experience to experience fellowship and solidarity together on a monthly basis.


BLEND is committed to inspiring multi-racial students to understand and embrace their racial identity and heritage to the Glory of God.

Lead by Kieychia Likely

My Brother's Keeper

My Brother's Keeper

Men of color and those who identify with the experiences of men of color are invited to participate in My Brothers Keeper, a fellowship group where young men share experiences of personal and campus life. Annual events include a group trip to Chicago, movie outings, dinners, and social gatherings.

Lead by Ralph Johnson



Puentes is a fellowship group for Hispanic/Latino students on campus. Puentes periodically meets to enjoy aspects of Hispanic/Latino culture such as food, music, dance, and movies. This group strives to ensure students on campus feel comfortable and supported as they continue in higher education.

Lead by Rosalba Ramirez

Sister to Sister

Sister to Sister

Sister to sister is a fellowship group for African American women at Calvin College. The group gathers monthly to share life events, campus happenings, and offer support to one another. Signature event include, Sister-to-Sister brunch, Fit for the Fight exercise challenge, and outing around the Grand Rapids community.

Lead by Rachel Hamilton