At Storm Surge, an expert in you student's chosen major has enrolled them for Fall courses. If you would like more information about the Learning Community courses your student enrolled in click here . If your student is still anticipating taking AP or CLEP exams over the Summer and would like to know how those exams will apply to their General Education and major courses click here . If at any time this Summer your student has questions about or needs to make changes to your Fall schedule, please don’t hesitate to contact one of the following advisors:
Dr. Mark Winslow (firstname.lastname@example.org )
Dr. Dennis Williams (email@example.com )
Dr. Steve Betts (firstname.lastname@example.org )
Dr. Heather Clemmer (email@example.com )
The SNU Campus Store is here to provide course materials for our students. New students are opted in to Textbook Butler which automatically provides their course materials and applies the cost of their books to their student account. Via this link you can change your Textbook Butler preferences, get detailed textbook information based on your enrollment and view bookstore textbook transactions, etc. For more information on SNU gear or other products in the campus store, click here.
Very soon the 2019-20 Crimson Card will be available and you will want to consider purchasing one for your student. With the card, your student receives: FREE ADMISSION to most student events A sweatshirt cheering on the Crimson Storm. [Sizes are limited. 1st come, 1st served] Discounts to area merchants (like Qdoba, Aloha Ice, Riversport Adventures, and more). The cost is $45.
The Disability Services office is available to help students with accommodations. Services and accommodations are based on two (2) prongs: (1) documentation of a disability by an appropriate professional, AND (2) a substantial limitation (impacting learning, reading, etc.)
Students who often receive accommodations:
- Have been on an IEP or 504 plan or
- Have a severe injury, a chronic illness, or mental health impairment that hinders their learning or access to SNU programs.
Listen to a successful student story.
For more information contact Disability Services.
The SNU Financial Aid office exists to help you and your student navigate the process of securing federal and state aid along with university and non-university scholarships and grants. We understand the financial aid process is often confusing for families new to college so we are dedicated to providing excellent customer service along the way. Likewise, because the financial aid process is unique to each student, you will receive caring, personalized attention from our knowledgeable financial aid staff.
Financial Aid Main Office: 405-491-6310 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Dedicated New Student Counselors: Lizzy Williams - email@example.com
The SNU Student Health Center facilitates academic success by aiding students in maintaining their maximum health and wellness through quality medical care in a Christian environment. We know the importance of creating and maintaining a healthy campus for students, faculty and staff. Oklahoma and SNU have policies that prevent the spread of infectious diseases, please see our website to understand our required vaccines. For a list of state-mandated vaccinations and instructions on how to submit your records, click here.
At SNU, we believe that living on campus is important to each student's success journey and we encourage all undergraduate students to be a part of our residential community. We are certain on-campus living contributes greatly to a student’s development as national research performed at colleges and universities nationwide indicates that students who live on campus enjoy a more positive and rewarding university experience. Residence Life utilizes a creative blend of relational presence and educational community building programs in an effort to best support students, helping each one reach their full potential.
In order for undergraduate students at Southern Nazarene University to succeed academically, it is critical that they have ongoing access to a laptop computer. For the majority of classes, professors will ask students to use their computers during class on a daily basis. Additionally, students will be assigned homework, projects, or papers which require the use of a computer. To learn more about the options available to secure your student a laptop computer (along with the minimum specifications), click here.
New Student Institute
New Parent Institute is our programming offered for parents during the first 3 days of our New Student Institute for students. We’ve been working hard to plan fun, informative, and meaningful events for our new students and their families. New Parent Institute will welcome you in to our SNU community and provide opportunities to connect with University faculty/staff, get all your questions answered, and celebrate this significant milestone in the life in your lives!
New PARENT Institute is August 16th-18th.
New STUDENT Institute is August 16th-20th.
Classes begin on August 21st.
A monthly payment plan at Southern Nazarene University allows you to pay your education expenses in smaller, more manageable installments. All students and families, regardless of need or financial standing, are eligible for these payment plans. There is no approval process. That’s why we are pleased to make our payment plans available to students and families of SNU. There are several payment plan options to choose from. The fee to enroll for the monthly payment plan is $45 per semester.
Learn more today by visiting snu.edu/payment-plans .
Parent Email Address Update
Click the link above to give us your updated contact information. We will add you to the current parent list for all parent email mailings regarding special events and upcoming important dates for you and your student.
Parent Texting List
Want to receive up to date information regarding special events, offers, and more? Follow these instructions to be added to the SNU Parent text group? To join, send a text with message “SNUNEWS” to 84483.
The Office of Career Education exists to help students with all things job and career related. For current students and alumni, we use an online job board where you can find on and off campus jobs, a resume builder, and career development information. Click here for more information.
Safety and Security
The SNU Safety and Security office makes continual efforts to reduce crime on campus. For more information, visit our webpage.
CLICK HERE to read the Emergency Response Handbook
As a part of the programming for SNU's New Student Institute Orientation Program, each student will take the "StrengthsFinder" assessment. This will provide valuable information about the student's Strengths and give guidance for maximizing what comes naturally. Further information and training will occur throughout your student's college career.
Login information will be sent to your student after Storm Surge.
Look for information around finals and Valentine's Day for a great way to send some love from home! We do the work!
Do we have your email? If you want to be sure, Click on the Parent Email Link. You can also sign up for the parent texting group. Just send a text with message “SNUNEWS” to 84483.
RENEW Counseling Center
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.Traditional full-time SNU undergraduate students can access 5 sessions per academic year at no additional cost beyond their initial health fee, sessions 6-10 cost $5.00 a session, after 10 sessions $10.00 each.