Hannah Tippens ’18

Hannah TippensAdmissions Counselor

 

Hometown

Chattanooga, Tennessee

 

Major at Covenant

English with a Writing Concentration

 

How did you choose Covenant?

Covenant became my standard for college at a young age. I visited while my sister was a student and the unique beauty of the campus and the intentionality and kindness of the people made a lasting impression. When it came time for me to choose where I would attend college, I chose Covenant but for more reasons than just its beauty or the friendliness of the community. I recognized Covenant as a place where I would grow into fuller knowledge and understanding of my God and the world I live in. I knew Covenant would help me become a more faithful follower of Christ.

 

Most influential class at Covenant

Faith and Suffering with Dr. Kapic was one of the most influential classes I had the opportunity to take at Covenant because it helped me fix my gaze on the person of Christ when confronting the issues of pain and suffering in my life and the lives of others. I started considering the implications of Christ’s humanity before taking this class and was grateful when I found out that it would be a major theme. Christ’s humanity has become a deep source of encouragement, comfort, and awe for me and this class played a large part in that.

 

Best college memory
I can’t give just one memory because there are too many good ones. Here’s a few: watching the sunset from my room in Carter, movie nights in Brock, camping with my hall, dancing at sk80’s, late night runs to Cookout, trying to stifle our laughter in the library, and all those good conversations over meals in the Great Hall.

 

Contact Information

Toll Free: 888.451.2683
Call: 706.419.1445
Text: 386.243.9551
E-mail: hannah.tippens@covenant.edu

Hannah Tippens
Covenant College Admissions Office
14049 Scenic Highway
Lookout Mountain, GA 30750
 

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