Meet Our Admissions Staff

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Associate Director of Admissions Scott Schindler



As the director of admissions, I am delighted by your interest in a Covenant College education and hope that our office can be of service to you. Whether you are interested in opening an application, visiting campus, or learning more about our philosophy of education, our staff looks forward to connecting with you and answering your questions.


Scott Schindler
Director of Admissions



Admissions Counselors 2015-2016


Admissions Representative Claire Hirte
Claire Hirte
Admissions Counselor



Claire recruits students in the following areas and categories: AP, Foreign, GA-Augusta, MK/MTW, MN, SC, TN-Chattanooga.


Admissions Representative Tyler Bowen

Tyler Bowen
Admissions Counselor


Tyler is recruiting students in FL, GA-Dalton, PA, VA-remainder, NJ.


Admissions Representative Eric Vitolins
Erik Vitolins
Admissions Counselor



Erik is recruiting students in TN-remainder, TN-East, TN-Memphis, TN-Nashville, GA-Chattanooga, OH, AR, KY, LA, MS.


Admissions Representative Andrew Bankson
Andrew Bankson
Admissions Counselor



Andrew is recruiting students in GA-remainder, MD, VA-North, CT, DE, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT, IN, NY, MI, AZ, HI.


Admissions Representative Ivy Sjoholm
Ivy Sjoholm
Admissions Counselor



Ivy is recruiting students in AL, IA, IL, MO, NE, NM, NV, SD, UT, WI, CA.



Admissions Representative Matthew Bazzel
Matthew Bazzel
Admissions Counselor



Matthew is recruiting students in WV, CO, TX, WA, NC.



Adrienne Siegenthaler
Adrienne Siegenthaler
Admissions Counselor



Adrienne is recruiting students in KS, OK, OR, AK, GA-Atlanta, GA-Gainesville, GA-North, ID, MT, WY.




Brittany Coward
Brittany Coward
Campus Visit Coordinator




“I could tell from my first visit that Covenant really lives out its motto, 'In all things Christ preeminent,' in everything from academics to athletics.”

Dr. Kelly Kapic discusses the difficulties Christian students face at secular colleges, and outlines the benefits of studying among thoughtful believers at Covenant.