Residence life is an integral piece of the Covenant College experience. Living in community with fellow Christians nurtures strong bonds among students – and creates particular affinity for individual halls as well. Covenant’s residence life program aims to help students develop their identity in Christ, learn and apply a biblical frame of reference, and serve as Christ would serve. With student enrollment consistently growing, our newest residence hall - Andreas Hall, which opened in the fall of 2007 - is a welcome asset.
Andreas Hall is located between Maclellan Hall and Barnes Gymnasium, thereby better connecting the north and south ends of campus. The 38,390-square-foot structure contains residence rooms for 116 beds, as well as gathering spaces, meeting rooms, a computer lab, laundry facilities, and a resident director’s apartment. Wireless Internet is available throughout the building and on the surrounding green space. This new residence hall creates a welcoming south entrance to campus.
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