Thank You!

Thank you. Simply put – we are amazed by the generosity that was shown yesterday. In total, 412 gifts were given and over $210,000 was raised to help support our students. Every gift matters and together we are #KeepingHope! Did you miss #GivingTuesday? It’s okay, you can still make your year-end gift.

Virtual Vespers

For the first time since 1941, the venerable Dimnent Chapel will not be the 2020 Hope College Christmas Vespers home venue due to space and air exchange restrictions imposed by COVID-19 mandates. The Vespers tradition began just hours after the Pearl Harbor attack and the department of music presentation of choirs, ensembles, organists, and instrumentalists …

One Big Virtual Weekend Recap

One BIG Virtual Weekend was a great opportunity for Hope alumni and families to interact and engage with the college in a new way. If you weren’t able to join us or just want to check out what you missed, feel free to view these videos at youtube.com/HopeCollege: If you were able to join us …

The Hope College Connection LIVE!

Thank you to all of the alumni from around the world that were able to join us for The Hope College Connection LIVE series of events, hosted by Alumni & Family Engagement and The Boerigter Center for Calling and Career. Our goal was to expand this program to include topics that would be engaging and …

Building Resiliency Amid Uncertainty

Thank you for joining us for “Building Resiliency Amid Uncertainty” on Thursday, October 15 at 3 p.m. If you missed the live presentation, here’s the recording. This masterclass with Hope psychology professor, Dr. Daryl Van Tongeren, dives into ways to help you flourish in the midst of suffering, change and challenge.

Join us for The Hope College Connection Live! Virtual Events

The Office of Alumni & Family Engagement and The Boerigter Center for Calling & Career will launch this year’s Hope College Connection LIVE program with three exciting events in October. This program, once known as “Living & Working In,” was a series of live events in various cities that focused on networking between alumni and …

#KeepingHope Food Pantry

As a freshman at Hope, I was told about how beautiful the summers are in Holland. I would hear everywhere about how nice the beach is and how incredible the skies look. In January, I made the decision to stay on campus and not go back home to Honduras during the summer. I found a …

My First Tulip Time

When you think about Holland, the first thing that comes to people’s minds are tulips! To be completely honest, when I decided to come to Hope a year ago I didn’t know about Tulip Time. It wasn’t until I came in August that I saw all the beautiful flowers around campus, and I was told …

Quarantined at Hope

A year ago I was in Honduras receiving my last high school class, and I said my last goodbyes to my high school teachers and friends. Everything that was going to happen in the next few months seemed so unknown yet so exciting. Going to college was already a huge step on its own, but …