Frequent Contacts for Prospective and Newly Admitted Students

We are glad you are considering Trinity or Bexley Hall. Please do not hesitate to contact us! The following are individuals you may need to contact as you discern your call to ministry and to this community. For a full list of faculty, staff and departmental directories, please consult the Directory.

Admissions/Housing/Financial Aid/Billing

For general questions about the admissions process, or the status of your application, please contact the admissions office, and the first available person will respond to your request. You can also contact Laura Book, Assistant Director for Vocational Discernment and Seminary Sampler, or Teddy Ceasar, Recruiter for Vocation, directly.

For questions about campus housing, please contact Kaeleigh Post.

For financial aid information, including scholarships, loans, and work study hours, please contact Melissa Curtis Powell, Director of Financial Aid.

For information about student health insurance or billing, please contact Pat Fork in the business office.

Community Life

For information about community life, spiritual direction or other pastoral concerns, please contact Emlyn Ott, Dean of Leadership Formation.

Registration and Advising

For information about registration and course selection, please contact Carol Dixon, Registrar. For information specific to Bexley Hall Seminary, please contact Tom Ferguson, Academic Dean of Bexley Hall.

For information about the Master of Arts in Christian Education (M.A.C.E.) and Master of Arts in Youth and Family Ministry (M.A.Y.F.M.) degrees, or for information about our program for ELCA affiliated students (students who attend a non-ELCA seminary for a portion of their theological education), please contact Diane Hymans, Associate Academic Dean, Professor of Christian Education and Director of Affiliated Students.

For information about the Master of Theological Studies (M.T.S.) degree, including joint degree programs with the Capital University School of Law (M.T.S./J.D.) and the Capital University School of Nursing (M.T.S./M.S.N.), please contact Mary Hughes, Director of these degree programs.

For information about the Master of Arts in Church Music (M.A.C.M.) degree, please contact May Schwarz, Director of the M.A.C.M. program and Professor of Church Music.

For information about the Master of Sacred Theology (S.T.M.) and Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) degrees, please contact Walter F. Taylor Jr., Director of Graduate Studies and Professor of New Testament.