The house administration consists of the Study Inspector (Studieninspektor), the Ephorus*Ephora and the Seniorat.
The study inspector is the contact person for the residents in the house. He*she is available to us duty holders for advice and also offers residents a space for confidential conversations.
Together, the student inspector and the Seniorat regulate the daily business of the house and decide, for example, on move-ins and move-outs.
Sebastian Rogowsky-Schmidt has been studying Protestant theology at the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn since 2016 and took over the position of study inspector from David Fellenberg in 2021.
As a trained health care worker and nurse, he worked for seven years in early neurological rehab near Stuttgart and studied evangelical theology part-time, in a distance learning program. Together with his wife Noadja Schmidt, who is a teacher in Bonn-Bad Godesberg, and their cat Gatto, he has lived in Bonn-Kessenich since 2017.
Office hours: By arrangement
E-mail: see contact.
The Ephorus*Ephora, originally the head of a seminary, is the academic head of the house. He*She is a professor of the Faculty of Protestant Theology and represents the connection to the university. In addition to his or her commitment in the house committee, he or she is available for the supervision and counselling of students.
Prof. Dr. Hermut Löhr
Currently, Prof. Dr. Hermut Löhr is our ephorus, researching and teaching on the New Testament and Ancient Judaism in Bonn.
Prof. Dr. Hermut Löhr
Abteilung für Neues Testament
An der Schlosskirche 2-4
Telephone: 0228 73 76 61
E-Mail: see contact.
The Seniorat consists of three people and is responsible for decisions regarding the house and its residents between the conventions. As the elected head of the students’ self-government, it decides on all questions concerning the Goebenstift in cooperation with the study inspector. It represents the residents vis-à-vis the association, organises all rent-related matters and keeps track of the duties and their tasks. Furthermore, it organises the big events in the house and keeps an eye on our house treasury.