Today’s students graduate into a highly diverse world in which they encounter a myriad of viewpoints and experiences. Intercultural learning and engagement prepares them for this reality by introducing them to new perspectives, embracing diverse learners, and asking students to think critically about the role that their own experiences and biases play in their beliefs and behavior.SNU strives to be a culturally responsive community where all members of the community are respected, valued, and appreciated. We believe all people are made in the image of God, and a diverse community valuing the contributions of every person is essential to SNU and the Kingdom of God. Learn more about Intercultural Learning and Engagement (ILE) at SNU.
Ashley Diaz Steward
Director of Intercultural Learning & Engagment, firstname.lastname@example.org | (405) 491-6697
Academic Accommodations provides support services that enable students with disabilities to receive equal access to all aspects of university life.
The Accommodations Specialist provides accommodations to qualifying students, educates students on policies, laws, and regulations associated with academic accommodations, advocates for students in their interactions with faculty and staff, and creates a culture of inclusiveness for all types of learners at SNU. Academic Accommodations provides services for traditional undergraduate students, professional studies students, and graduate students at SNU.
Accommodations Specialist, email@example.com | (405) 717-6272
Renew Counseling Center is here to provide help and hope. We offer the opportunity for people like you to pursue wholeness, healing, support, and growth within a Christian context while remaining respectful of your background and experiences. As we work with you, we will listen to your concerns, assess your needs, and respect your values.
Holly Sapp, Executive Director of Renew Counseling Center, firstname.lastname@example.org
New Client Process
Call (405) 717-6200 or email us at email@example.com to schedule.
Since 2015, SNU's award-winning VETS Center has proudly supported our nation's service members and veterans as they work towards their educational and career goals. SNU accepts ACE credit for military training and experience, and all of SNU’s adult education programs can be used with VA Educational Benefits. Our full-time staff at the VETS Center are here to help make the transition into education as seamless as possible. As a service member or veteran, there are many different options to finance your bachelor's, master's, or doctorate degree. Use this free assessment to see which VA education benefits you qualify for based on your unique situation.
VETS Center Director, firstname.lastname@example.org | (405) 717-6299
Our financial aid office takes the guesswork out of applying for financial aid and will ensure you take full advantage of all the support that is available to you. We will meet with you either in person or over the phone to help you:
Estimate total costs, including hidden expenses like childcare
Director of PGS Financial Assistance, email@example.com | (405) 491-6310
SNU's Title III Office is excited to introduce FREE resources in the Canvas Student Toolkit to empower you on your path to success! The Student Toolkit link can also be found in your Canvas courses under the Course Information and Communication module.
SNU also hosts a Career Closet. Whether you need an entire outfit or just a few items to complete your interview look, we want to help you feel confident from the inside out when meeting your potential future employer. Anything you choose is yours to keep! Please reach out to schedule an appointment.
Do you need a little tutoring in accounting or a tutor to edit that paper? Every student has access to 5 hours of pre-paid services from Tutor.com to help you be successful in your courses. Request your account setup by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Each month we offer a variety of workshops to assist students in their academic pursuits. A variety of topics include Libaray Use & Research Methods, APA/AMA Citations & Formatting, Time Management for Adult Learners, and more. Sign up online.
Slingshot is a course materials auto-fulfillment program offered here at SNU. Think of it as a subscription box for all of your learning materials. Simply enroll in classes, and all of your required course materials will be delivered to you before the first day of class.
SNU Slingshot Account Director, email@example.com | (405) 491-6366
Our library offers a wide variety of reference materials, both in-person and online. You will also have access to online research databases, housing thousands of peer-reviewed articles you can use on research and class assignments.For in-person students, our spaces offer a range of study zones to support individual and collaborative learning, as well as a coffee shop.
Library Director, firstname.lastname@example.org | (405) 491-6351
The IT Support Center office hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday. Our team is ready and eager to help with:
IT Executive Director, email@example.com | (405) 491-6396
The PGS Care Team for SNU’s College of Professional and Graduate Studies is a ministry that cares for the spiritual needs of adult students by providing Christ-centered support, resources, and services. This is done primarily through direct contact with a care team member via email or telephone call, as well as providing spiritual formation resources. The goal of the PGS Care Team is to provide private and caring support for PGS students.
Prayer Requests can be emailed to PGSCareTeam@snu.edu
* Retired Chaplin Dr. Doug Samples pictured with Outreach Coordinator Ruben Reyes
Life is difficult. It is especially difficult when we have added school to an already busy schedule. Finding an Oasis that offers a cool drink of spring water to help us in our travels is always refreshing. During his ten years of teaching in our PGS classes, Retired Chaplain Samples heard hundreds of questions about God, the Bible, and Christianity from PGS students just like you.
In this popular series, he tackled the most asked questions in short six-minute videos. Click on the title to watch the video.
Brene Brown says that Shame only needs three things to grow: Secrecy, Silence, and Judgment! During the Season of Lent, we want to discuss Recovery from Shame.
Liminality is when we are being pushed to the limits of our endurance... and we don’t know what’s next. Liminal is Latin for the threshold of a door. When you are in the threshold, you are neither in nor out. You are caught in a fluid space that can be paralyzing. No matter the time of year, these videos are guaranteed to encourage you.
Click here to see more videos from Retired Chaplain Samples.
Connect with the thousands of Alumni who have graduated from Southern Nazarene University. Whether you graduated with your Associate's, Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Doctoral degree we hope you stay connected with the university and with one another. Alumni Relations serves and engages alumni and friends of SNU. This happens through events hosted by and functions sponsored by the Alumni Office staff and alumni volunteers. Ongoing communication is a vital part of our responsibility to alums around the world through the SNU Alumni Magazine and on social media. Our hope and desire are to keep alums informed and find ways in which to be engaged with one another and our alma mater.
Todd Brant SNU Class of 1994
Executive Director of Alumni Relations, firstname.lastname@example.org | (405) 491-6616