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Ian Webb '17

Ian WebbAdmissions Counselor

 

Hometown

Eldersburg, Maryland

 

Major in college / alma mater / grad year

History, Covenant College, 2017

 

What brought you to work at Covenant?

I first thought about working in Admissions when I was applying to Covenant in high school. The Admissions team did an incredible job showcasing the excellence on offer at Covenant, and helped my decision become a no-brainer. After having a 10/10 experience as a student of Covenant, working in Admissions became my dream job. Covenant gave me so many blessings, and now I want to give back to Covenant in any way I can.

 

Favorite spot on campus?

My favorite spot on campus would have to be the chapel. Getting to worship and listen to top quality sermons and lectures alongside close friends for four years was an incredible privilege. The chapel remains an incredibly nostalgic place for me, and I still go to chapel as often as possible now that I’m back as a staff member.

 

Favorite Cereal
Cinnamon Toast Crunch

 

Contact Information

Toll Free: 888.451.2683
Call: 706.419.1644
Text: 706.225.9671
E-mail: ian.webb@covenant.edu

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

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