The most valuable element a student spends in college is time. One can earn more money, but cannot regain time nor spend it again.
A student can have only one freshman year in college. Therefore, the choice of the school environment, educational programs, attitudes, and associations becomes a more important element than the amount of money invested in a college education.
Olivet faculty and administrators are fully committed to providing the best possible education — with a Christian purpose. This is truly an affordable excellence worthy of a student’s time and money.
The education costs at Olivet are reasonable among Midwestern colleges or universities, and are made possible by generous support from the Nazarene districts that comprise Olivet’s educational region.
Olivet’s Business Office, Office of Financial Aid, and the Office of Admissions are prepared to aid students and parents in planning to meet the cost of their educational experience. Several plans or packages of financial aid are available to fit individual needs through a combination of payment plans, scholarships, grants, loans, and employment.