Olivet Business School recently initiated a start-up incubator program in New York to provide students the opportunity to gain practical business experience.
Olivet School of Art & Design opened a new course, Advanced Digital Imaging, that will give students the skills to produce creative and conceptual visuals.
Students from Olivet Institute of Technology participated in the launch of Stevensbooks, one of the world's largest online Christian bookstores last week in San Francisco.
Students and staff from Olivet School of Art & Design attended an art fundraiser in Idyllwild, California, where one of their own works was on display
Though debate around that question has been ongoing, the editor of a U.K.-based tabloid newspaper recently drew more attention to it after arguing that journalism is a trade and not a profession requiring a degree.
Armand Serrano, a Christian artist who works at Disney Animation Studios, gave a special guest lecture on art to staff and students at Olivet University's Riverside campus.
Olivet School of Language & Education recently added a workshop to its TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) program, to provide practical training on testing and student assessment.
Olivet Institute of Technology students recently joined the largest virtual and programming conference where they learned from some of the industry's best.
Olivet School of Art & Design is planning to create wall murals at Olivet University's Riverside campus
In its latest efforts to serve its students online and onsite from around the world, Olivet University has launched eight regional websites.
From Ash Wednesday, seminary students at Olivet University's Riverside campus have been meditating on the life of Jesus Christ.
Dean of Olivet Business School Dr. John Xiao attended the 57th annual meeting of ABACC (Association of Business Administrators of Christian Colleges) last week in St. Augustine, Florida.