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Hannah Tippens ’18

Hannah TippensAdmissions Counselor

 

Hometown

Chattanooga, TN has been home for ten years. Before that, Daytona Beach, FL.

 

Major in college / alma mater / grad year

English with a writing concentration, Covenant College, 2018

 

What brought you to work at Covenant?

Shortly after graduating, an admissions counselor position at Covenant opened up. I applied because I had such a great experience as a student and appreciated the way Covenant shaped me. I was excited about the opportunity to work for an institution that I respected and a community that I loved. This position also relates to what I feel called to do: work with young adults.

 

Favorite spot on campus?

Hard to pick a favorite! So many spots on campus have great memories attached to them. A spot that had the most consistent good memories was the four-man room that I shared for about three years in Carter Hall (with the loveliest of roommates). It had three windows (window seats included), two of which faced the west for sunset views every evening.

 

Favorite Cereal
Honey Nut Cheerios

 

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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