Building a community of faith and discovery
The Campus Involvement and Leadership office actively shapes the Calvin student experience from start to finish through our award-winning orientation program, a vibrant cultural engagement series, more than 60 student organizations and much more. Through these dynamic and creative programs, Calvin students are empowered to seek truth, become leaders and ultimately, to impact the larger culture.
What we do
News and events
How a spring break trip altered a Calvin sophomore’s perspective on justice
Sophomore Gisel Espinoza's service-learning trip to Louisiana over spring break equipped her with skills to “act justly” as an agent of renewal.
News & Stories, March 24, 2022
A faith for every square inch
Current students share how God is moving in their lives
Spark, December 01, 2021
Saving the Michigan Tuition Grant
In October 2019, a line-item veto by Governor Gretchen Whitmer included cutting the $2,400 per year Michigan Tuition Grant (MTG). The response of the Calvin community? Take action.
News & Stories, December 20, 2019
Plaster Creek Stewards receive national award
Plaster Creek Stewards, an initiative of Calvin University, received national recognition for their work returning health and beauty to one of the most contaminated urban waterways in West Michigan.
News & Stories, August 5, 2019
Conference educates, inspires, equips students for international development
From February 9-11, hundreds of students from across North America are coming to Calvin for the annual, student-organized FIDC.
News & Stories, February 8, 2017
Veterans Day: Honoring those who serve
On November 11, Calvin College observes Veterans Day, honoring the courage and sacrifice of military service.
News & Stories, November 10, 2016
Kevin Timpe begins as Jellema Chair
Kevin Timpe is the first full-time holder of The William Harry Jellema Chair in Christian Philosophy, which honors Calvin's first philosophy professor W.H. Jellema.
News & Stories, November 8, 2016
Alumni journalists with ABC News, Washington Post return to discuss election
On Friday, Sept. 23, Calvin alums Ryan Struyk and John Muyskens will discuss faithful fact checking.
News & Stories, September 22, 2016
Charting a new course for Plaster Creek
The Plaster Creek Stewards recently received two grants totaling $800K, allowing the group to expand its educational, research and restoration work in one of the state's most polluted watersheds.
News & Stories, July 29, 2016
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