Courtney Horstman – Asbury University
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Courtney HorstmanData Specialist

Department: Admissions

Office: Corbitt Hall

Phone Extension: 2160

Courtney Horstman (Welch) is an Asbury alumna who graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2019. She spent a couple years in Minnesota after graduating and getting married, and now she is back on campus working with the Admissions Data Team. Courtney volunteered with AdventureServe Ministries during her time at Asbury, which is where she met her husband, Jason, while working as trip leader in the summer of 2017. She was also part of the Worship Arts program and had the opportunity to be in a contemporary worship band each semester. While in Minnesota, Courtney connected with the intellectual community at Saint John’s University and became an editor for volumes 13 and 14 of their School of Theology student journal, Obsculta.

Courtney is passionate about connecting with incoming and current college students and is excited to be back in such a community-centered and faith-filled intellectual environment. Her job is to do the “behind-the-scenes” work of helping Graduate and Adult Professional Studies (APS) students make their way through the application process, which she greatly enjoys.


Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Asbury University (Class of 2019)

Horstman (Welch), Courtney. Christianity and Fear: The Neuropsychological Processes Involved in the Relationship Between Fear and Religion. Obsculta, vol 14. Saint John’s University School of Theology, Collegeville. 2021.

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