Students seeking disability accommodations should contact the Disability Services Administrator
(GKC) or the Associate Dean
(OKC). These offices maintain the forms necessary to begin the accommodation process. This includes forms for the medical documentation of disabilities, which is required before any accommodation can be considered.
Accommodations for students on both campuses are handled through Saint Paul School of Theology Greater Kansas City campus.
For information about the Student Services below, contact:
Dr. Jeanne Hoeft
Dean of Students and
Associate Professor of Pastoral Care
|Rick Burns |
Associate Dean and Director of Contextual Education
Saint Paul School of Theology at Oklahoma City University
Saint Paul can arrange for students to apply for health insurance through Blue Cross/Blue Shield. It is currently averaging 4-6 weeks after the application is sent to learn if one has been accepted. The coverage will be effective the 1st or the 15th of the month, depending on when the application is approved by underwriting.
The payments are made to the Saint Paul business office. They are due no later than the first of the month, and can be paid by check or credit card.
The health and wellness of the students, staff, and faculty is important at Saint Paul. The seminary sponsors health-related events such as glucose and cholesterol testing, blood pressure checks, flu shots, walking programs, and five minute massages. In addition, they sponsor educational assemblies on health related topics. Recent assemblies have addressed depression and addiction, CPR, and spiritual and emotional health.
Information is available concerning resources for counseling for Saint Paul students and their families; a counseling subsidy is provided. For those seeking effective and affordable counseling, a list of agencies and individual practitioners with approved credentials is available. For additional information, contact the Dean of Students on the Greater Kansas City campus.