Choosing to study in the United States is a big decision, that’s why Hanover has committed to make it as easy as possible. And, should you decide to study in the U.S., you might as well choose the best. Not only has The Princeton Review named Hanover College one of the top 376 colleges in the U.S., for more than a decade, U.S. News and World Report has recognized Hanover as a great value. America’s best news sources don’t lie; when Forbes lists Hanover among other top Ivy League institutions in their list of “America’s Best Colleges,” it’s for good reason.
Located just outside of Madison, Indiana, Hanover College is home to 1,100 students from across the United States and countries around the world. As a private, undergraduate, liberal arts college, Hanover is dedicated to educating and empowering students. Through intensive exploration of core courses such as Great Works, theology, philosophy, the sciences and mathematics, students gain the necessary skills to not just be successful in their future career, but also in life. Life is all about choices, and we want you to have plenty.
Here at Hanover, 95 percent of all students live on campus right next door to nearly half the faculty. With an average class size of 14 and a 10:1 student to faculty ratio, the faculty is there to assist you every step of the way. If you’re looking for a challenging learning environment in a community of over-achieving scholars, then look no further.
Hanover College is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.
The Haq Center is Hanover College’s gathering spot for international and minority students. Whether you need a spot to hang out between classes or a place to study until the early morning, the Haq Center is a vital resource to the campus. The Haq Center also houses the office for the director of international and multicultural affairs.
International Club (I-club)
The International Club is just one of Hanover’s 56 student organizations. Dedicated to furthering cultural understanding through direct communication and education, throughout the year, I-club sponsors numerous events. The biggest is the International Banquet each spring where international students are encouraged to provide a glimpse into their country’s values and norms through music, dance, food and entertainment.
I-Pals is a program coordinated by the director of international and multicultural affairs that partners new international students with upper class American students. The goal of this program is to aid in the acclimation to American culture and education. The primary responsibility of I-pals are to serve as a mentors to new international students during their first year of school.
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