Hope College's top priority is ensuring that each student receives effective teaching. We want every Hope graduate to think with clarity, communicate effectively, and lead lives of leadership and service in our global society.

The associate dean for teaching and learning coordinates Hope College's assessment of student learning with efforts to refine our curriculum, enhance the teaching effectiveness of our faculty and provide individualized resources to facilitate students' learning goals.

academics News & Events

  1. Academics

    Seventeen Students Present Research at National Conference

    A total of 17 Hope College students presented their collaborative faculty-student research during the 33rd National Conference on Undergraduate Research, held on Thursday-Saturday, April 11-13, at Kennesaw State University in Georgia.

  2. Academics

    Eight Hope Students and Grads Honored in NSF Fellowship Program

    A total of eight Hope College students or recent graduates have been recognized with either fellowships or honorable mention through the prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship Program of the National Science Foundation (NSF) this year.

  3. Academics

    Four Students Receive Competitive Chemical Engineering Internships

    Hope College students Hunter Gieswein, Alexander Osterbaan, Kyra Ross and Alyssa VanZanten have been awarded internships through the SCI Scholars Internship Program, representing nearly 20 percent of the 2019 awardees in this national competition.

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    Catholic Mass

    Catholic Mass
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    Graves Hall