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Ian Webb '17

Ian WebbAdmissions Counselor



Eldersburg, Maryland


Major at Covenant



How did you choose Covenant?

The Christ-centered education and community was instantly apparent and attractive to me during my first visit as a highschooler. After comparing it to several other Christian colleges, it became clear that there was no comparison: Covenant was the best option and I knew it was going to become my incredible new home.


Most influential class at Covenant

I had so many influential classes at Covenant, so it’s hard to pick just one. However, I’ve seen that “Theology of Mission” with Dr. Ward has been the most influential. Since I’ve graduated from Covenant, God has given me countless opportunities to share the Gospel. Whether I was in Fiji with Hindus, or in Maryland with atheists and Muslims, the methods I had the privilege of learning in that class have been incredibly useful.


Best college memory
During my junior year at Covenant, I was blessed to have my four best friends as my roommates. Every day brought something new, from worshipping God with hallmates to playing soccer tennis to just chilling in the room together. In all my life, I really have never felt as much at home as I did that year on campus, and I definitely cherish the memory of it.


Contact Information

Toll Free: 888.451.2683
Call: 706.419.1644
Text: 443-340-1542

Ian Webb
Covenant College Admissions Office
14049 Scenic Highway
Lookout Mountain, GA 30750

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  - international studies major Connor McGimsey '20