Carter Hall Residence Life Staff

Daniel Mouw
Daniel Mouw
Resident Director

 

 

 


 

Maggie Chiang
Maggie Chiang
Resident Assistant, 4th South

 

What the residents on my hall can expect

4th South is a relaxing and loving hall filled with lots of laughter. There will be a diverse group of girls that will pursue encouraging relationships. Expect lots of coffee and tea filled with pleasing conversations. We have traditions like dinners featuring different types of foods, going to a donut mural, and we also have a dance party at the end of the year. Through all the fun and different experiences there will be growth in understanding of who we are as daughters of Christ.

 

 


 

Blake Thomas
Blake Thomas
Resident Assistant, Ghetto

 

What the residents on my hall can expect

Ghetto is a brotherhood. Your hallmates will become your family for the rest of your life.

 

 


 

Anne Miller
Anne Miller
Resident Assistant, Third South

 

What the residents on my hall can expect

Third South is a home away from home. We always have open doors, lots of food, and maybe some spontaneous dance parties. We will support each other in academics, athletics, and every other ambition, and hopefully spend lots of time together throughout the semester!

 

 


 

Emily Highsmith
Emily Highsmith
Resident Assistant, 3rd North

 

What the residents on my hall can expect

Leave your shoes at the door and get ready to do life on 3rd North. Come to revel in the light of the gospel, to get caffeinated, to read good books, to share new music, and to eat Wendy's 4 for $4’s often. Get ready to watch lots of movies, wear denim (our signature Canadian Tuxedo), and bond over our pop-culture queen, Beyoncé. But above all, 3rd North welcomes you with open arms to a sisterhood dedicated to Christ-centered living. Come to be heard, to be loved, to be known. We can’t wait for you to start calling Third North home.

 

 


 

TJ Barringer
TJ Barringer
Resident Assistant, Fifth South

 

 

 


 

Meredith Lee
Meredith Lee
Resident Assistant, Fourth Central

 

 

 


 

Leah Buys
Leah Buys
Resident Assistant, Third Central

 

 

 


 

Dustin Hayes
Dustin Hayes
Resident Assistant, Second South

 

What the residents on my hall can expect

Second South is a unified group with a lot of diversity. We have athletes, future business leaders, gamers, etc. We meet twice a week as a hall, but we are together everyday. If you want to get plugged into a close community, Second South is an easy place to do it; our guys love reaching out and bringing people in. Expect to make friends easily and quickly here.

 

 


 

Ashlyn Franks
Ashlyn Franks
Resident Assistant, 4th North

 

What the residents on my hall can expect

4th North is a beautiful sisterhood of diverse girls who are united under the common desire to bloom where God has planted us. We like making pancakes at late-night hours. We drink lots of coffee and eat lots of chocolate to keep us thriving as sleep deprived college students.

 

 


 

Aaron Innes
Aaron Innes
Resident Assistant, Second Central

 

What the residents on my hall can expect

On Second Central, you can expect the unexpected.

 

 


 

Andrew Dillon
Andrew Dillon
Resident Assistant, Borderlands

 

 

Hallie-Blair Quatro

“I believe that residence life is vital to the entire college experience, and I am blessed to have had an amazing and encouraging hall my first year at Covenant. My hallmates and the students here have a mature and healthy approach towards academics, and I have been reminded daily that you are first and foremost a student at Covenant. My hall and the residence life in Carter has encouraged me in many ways, especially in my academics, and has given me the space and time that I need to be able to do my best work each day.”
 - Hallie-Blair Quatro '21

Kateland Godat

“It’s great to have a built in group of friends the moment you step on campus. Those girls are there for you from the very beginning. The upperclassmen are there for you in anything to help you out or show you around. I love my hall this year. We have all gotten super close, and I can count on them for anything. I remember sitting in a hall meeting and thinking how unconditionally this diverse group of girls loved each other and how hard a group like that is to find.”
 - Kateland Godat '19