Hope College is located in Holland, Michigan, United States. It was founded in the year 1851 as the Pioneer School. The college was officially chartered in the year 1866 and is now a member unit of the Great Lakes Colleges Association. Hope College offers students degree programs in a number of subjects such as nursing, arts, science, and music.
The men's teams of Hope College participate in sports such as baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, track, tennis, swimming, and soccer. The women compete in basketball, cross country, soccer, golf, softball, swimming, tennis, track, and volleyball. Hope College also sponsors a large number of student clubs and organizations such as the Opus, Chapel Choir, and Symphonette. Some notable alumni of the college are Pete Hoekstra, U.S. representative; Sufjan Stevens, musician; and Richard Smalley, Nobel prize winning chemist.
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