Student Services & Accommodations
A variety of groups on Saint Paul’s campuses contribute to student services that focus on the physical, social, and emotional aspects of life. These services and accommodations promote healthy and balanced choices in all areas: in mind, body, spirit, and community. We value our students above all else and are committed to providing the resources to ensure each individual’s success.
Saint Paul strives to provide a great educational experience for all students. Students who require accommodations for a disability will be connected with individuals in our Disability Services office who will help assist in understanding the protections and processes in place. They will also help students walk through the necessary paperwork and communications to ensure their accommodations are met.
Students seeking disability accommodations should contact the Disability Services Administrator. These offices maintain the forms necessary to begin the seminary student 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 by the Associate Dean of Students Affairs.
Review our Section 504 Disability Accommodations Student Handout.
As an organization guided by spiritual health, we also place great value on supporting the mental health of our students. As members of the faith community, we encourage our students, faculty, staff, and friends to seek out support.
Information is available concerning counseling resources for Saint Paul students and their families, and 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 Associate Dean of Student Affairs.
For information about
Student Services, contact:
Rev. Margaretta Smith Narcisse
Associate Dean of Students Affairs