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Marie Bowen

Marie BowenAdmissions Counselor



Cynthiana, KY and Tyler, TX


Major in college / alma mater / grad year

English, Covenant College, 2020


What brought you to work at Covenant?

I was thrilled with the opportunity to serve in the place that has intentionally poured into me academically, spiritually, and relationally for the past four years. Covenant’s rich liberal arts education, taught within the context of Christ’s kingship over all things, is something that I cannot wait to share with others. This place has transformed my heart, mind, and affections. I am eager to serve here as Covenant continues glorifying the Lord through faithfully implementing her mission.


Favorite spot on campus?

The chapel. Not only are the stained glass windows breathtaking (especially in the morning right as the sun's rays illuminate the colored glass at the perfect spot), but the chapel carries some of my fondest memories as a Covenant student. It is the place the whole community gathers to worship Christ together--to sing, to cry, to celebrate, and to be challenged alongside each other as a family.


Favorite Cereal?
Almond Crunchy Honey Oats with fresh bananas, strawberries, or blueberries


Contact Information

Call: 706.419.1158
Text: 423.228.0083

Marie Bowen
Covenant College Admissions Office
14049 Scenic Highway
Lookout Mountain, GA 30750

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Dr. Kelly Kapic with students

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Allison Andrews '23

“Covenant’s Center for Calling & Career is extremely helpful in preparing students for career success after graduation. They revise resumes, counsel students through difficult decisions, and also host the Job Fair. Covenant believes in prayerful petition, but also in tangible action steps that put students on a path to achieving their goals (both are necessary in this walk).”
  - English major Allison Andrews '23