Calvin University Initially Calvin College was founded in 1876 by Michael K. Le Roy as a school of ministry training at Grand Rapids, Michigan for few students has emerged as a world-class Christian liberal arts college with a motto "My heart I offer to you Lord, promptly and sincerely", Affiliated with the Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRCNA) and Council of Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU). Later its dynamic community is made up of more than 4,000 passionate, creative and engaged students-and the faculty, staff, parents and friends who empower them. In time, the institution became a four-year college. In 1931 the school was renamed Calvin College, the name it is known by around the world today. Calvin’s faculty and staff create a welcoming and supportive environment where students can procure guiding and supporting collaborative work that makes the Calvin experience a reality for students. The college stands unique in offering better prospective opportunities not only in education but also in engineering, business, nursing, psychology, biology, English, communications, kinesiology, speech pathology with a student profile of around 4000 in which 56% students are females and 25% students are international graduates. There are around 60 National Merit Scholars and Faculty with highest degree of 89%. The college is geographically distributed around 48 U.S. states, five Canadian provinces and over 55 other countries. The college possesses Athletic Affiliations like MIAA, NCAA III, ACHA (hockey). The College is providing an average grant of $30 million for its Research program and Study abroad programs like 11 Calvin-run semester programs, 25-30 interim programs each year in which 99% Students receiving average financial aid package of $23,000. Calvin College is being flourished with massive out comes of Graduates employed or in graduate school with 99% who is going to earn PhDs in top baccalaureate institutions.