Goshen College is a private liberal arts college located in Goshen, Indiana. The President of the Goshen College is James Brenneman. The academic staff of the college is 71. There were 839 students in the college out of which 773 are undergraduates and 66 Post graduates. The campus was placed in 135 acres. Goshen College is home to The Mennonite Quarterly Review and the Mennonite Historical Library, a research library compiling one of the world's most comprehensive collections of Anabaptist and Mennonite primary source material. During the 1940s, Goshen was one of the Mennonite Central Committee's key places to form a "relief training school" that helped to train volunteers for unpaid jobs in the Civilian Public Service, an alternative to the Army. Goshen College offers 41 majors and 47 minors for undergraduates. The most popular programs are nursing, biology, business, communication, education, American Sign Language and environmental science. It also offers a Master of Arts in Environmental Education, a master's degree in intercultural leadership, and a master's degree in nursing with two tracks: family nurse practitioner and clinical nurse leader. Goshen College partnered with Eastern Mennonite University and Bluffton University to launch the Collaborative MBA program in 2014.