Resources for Current Students
Calendars, Schedules, Maps, and More
Please use the School's Google calendar system or the event section of the website for more details about scheduled events.
Academic Calendar — the official calendar for the University, including The School of Theology
Long Calendar — contains the schedule of annual events specific to The School of Theology community
Seniors are invited to take advantage of Hire Calling, a section of the School’s website designed to assist with your transition to vocational ministry. Please submit the following materials via email to Charline Hookey if you would like your portfolio posted on the website: your OTM profile; your resume; a one-page profile (which contains a one-paragraph personal statement); and a narrative list of your qualifications (no longer than two paragraphs). Additionally you can include a photo and any links to articles, sermons, or essays you have written if they have been published, or word documents/PDFs if unpublished.
Here you will find find shortcuts to register for class, browse courses, or access academic resources. You can review the financial aid policy or check out the many scholarships, grants, and loans available to students. Field education is a vital part of the School's program — find a complete list of sites here. Or perhaps you have a question about the University's policies and regulations or a date for a particular academic event.
Blackboard is the on-line course management system that allows students to access course materials, receive assignments, collaborate with professors and peers, submit papers, and much more via a standard web-browser.
The Chapel of the Apostles' Customary is a valuable guide to liturgical practices at the School's primary place of worship and training.
There are lots of resources available through the University. Information on these resources may be found on the University Resources section. Resources include access to the library, fitness center, campus dining, pet guidelines, and housing. School of Theology Resources included health insurance, childcare, help with moving, and groups like Companions in Ministry, comprised of spouses and partners of seminarians.
Student parking spaces are located on Tennessee Avenue and in the Cravens Hall parking lot. There are NO student spaces in the faculty/staff lot off of Ely's Lane.
Lunch is served in the refectory on most Tuesdays. This is open to students, spouses, faculty, staff, and children who might be out of school or those attending the Parents’ Morning Out program. Cost for adults and school aged children is $6; there is no charge for pre-school aged children. Dinner is served on most Thursday evenings. Prices for Thursday community dinners is $6 for seminarians, spouses, and school aged children, but no more than $18 per family. Pre-school children are free. You will receive an email inviting you to sign up each week.