Student Bloggers

Abigail Brummel
Class of 2020
Hometown: Hudsonville, MI
Majors: Studio Art and Communications

Latest: Why Your Freshman Year Roommate Experience Doesn’t Define Your Hope Experience
Abigail Kyros
Class of 2019
Hometown: Grand Rapids, MI
Major(s): Studio Art and Communications

Latest: Finding Your “Thing” at Hope College
Chandler Alberda
Class of 2020
Hometown: Austin, TX
Major(s): Communication

Latest: Hope You Go Greek!
David Wang
Class of 2020
Hometown: Canton, MI
Major(s): Biomedical Mechanical Engineering

Latest: Glasses Under the Sea
Rachael Cerovich
Class of 2021
Hometown: Edwards, Colorado
Major: English

Latest: An Anchored Life

Recent Posts

An Anchored Life

“We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure.” —Hebrews 6:19 Hope College: a name itself founded in faith, illuminating the hope we have in Jesus. Faith is an evident and encouraging part of life on campus, from weekly services, to Campus Ministries, to student-led Bible studies. The beautiful part about … Continue reading An Anchored Life

Comparing Financial Aid? Ask These Questions!

For many high school seniors and their families, the college selection process includes a comparison of financial aid offers. As you narrow your list and weigh your options, there are a few important questions to consider. Keep this list handy as you compare financial aid packages: What is the renewal criteria for my financial aid? … Continue reading Comparing Financial Aid? Ask These Questions!

How to Find Outside Scholarships to Help Pay for College

Paying for college is a big concern for many families, but fear not: as you may have heard, there’s lots of free money out there to help you pay for college. You just need to know where to look and then make the time to go after it! If you’re a high school junior or … Continue reading How to Find Outside Scholarships to Help Pay for College

Spring Semester at Hope

Hope is a school filled with both goofy and revered traditions (which is part of the reason I was so excited to become a student here!) Many of the big, competitive traditions take place in the fall, such as The Pull or the Nykerk Cup, but there are many more events that happen every year … Continue reading Spring Semester at Hope

Hope You Go Greek!

Fraternities and sororities are a huge part of going to college in America. No matter where you go there are different ideas, stereotypes, and myths about Greek organizations. I am here to give you a glimpse into the amazing, diverse, and fun-loving lives of greek members at Hope College. Greek Life at Hope aims to … Continue reading Hope You Go Greek!