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Meet the Residence Life Staff

 

Hannah Bloomquist
Resident Director, Andreas Hall & Student Apartments

 

MA, Christian Formation & Ministry in Student Development, Wheaton College
BA, Bible & Women’s Ministry, Moody Bible Institute

 

706.419.5102
hannah.bloomquist@covenant.edu

 

Hannah is responsible for the organization, supervision, and direction of Andreas Hall and Student Apartments and their Resident Assistants. She is a member of North Shore Presbyterian Church.

 


 

Brett Borland
Resident Director, Founders Hall

 

MA, Higher Education & Student Development, Taylor University
BA, Sociology and Business with a Marketing concentration, Covenant College

 

706.419.1366

 

Brett is responsible for the organization, supervision, and direction of Founders Hall and its Resident Assistants.

 


 

Stephen Dillon
Resident Director, Carter Hall

 

MDiv, Covenant Theological Seminary
BA, Biblical & Theological Studies, Covenant College

 

706.419.1277

 

Stephen is responsible for the organization, supervision, and direction of Carter Hall and its Resident Assistants.

 


 

Andrea Lopez
Resident Director, Maclellan/Rymer Halls

 

MA, Higher Education, Messiah College
Education: BA, Christian Ministry, Taylor University

 

706.419.4101
andrea.lopez@covenant.edu

 

Andrea is responsible for the organization, supervision, and direction of Maclellan/Rymer Halls and its Resident Assistants.

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

Avery Drury '20

“One of the many things that makes Covenant special is its residence life. Covenant College is united by the traditions of different halls. Each hall has a unique name and an equally unique culture. I thought that this hall community was normal for colleges, but after talking with my friends from high school about their college experiences, I am realizing how much of a privilege it is to have these sort of relationships with girls on my hall.”
 - Avery Drury '20