Prospective Students | New Student Orientation
Seminary Campus Resources
You may use the Roberts Hall Lot (off Orchard Street) or Smith
Science Center Lot (off Buffalo Road). Once you have completed and
returned the pink parking permit card, you will be issued a parking
pass. Please refer to the parking instructions on the
Campus Security section of the RWC website.
Bookstore Hours (585.594.6140)
Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Job listings, resume writing assistance, career fairs and
advisement, and alumni networking events
Cultural Life Center
Student discounts available for cultural events on campus
Health Care and Immunization
ALL students (regardless of age) must complete the meningococcal
declination form. All non-traditional and graduate students who are
considered full-time students are eligible to enroll in a health
insurance plan offered through E. J. Smith and Associates.
Brochures with more information are available by calling the Health
Center or accessing www.ejsmith.com.
As for the immunization forms you were provided in your
acceptance packet (call the health office for new copies). Please
note that course registration is contingent upon completion of
these forms. All students born after 1-1-57 must show verification
of measles, mumps, and rubella vaccinations to satisfy New York
IT Services (585.594.6898)
Software training, campus intranet program help and training
(intranet, R-Serve, Course Management Systems), setting up
accounts, printer, internet connectivity support, and more
Library Hours and
The B. Thomas Golisano library offers extensive resources and
services that support teaching and research in
ministerial/theological studies, as well as cognate fields. Opened
in August 2007, this state-of-the-art facility is integral to the
mission of the Seminary through its contributions to teaching,
learning and research; moreover, it serves as a partner in
curriculum development and implementation. Read more...
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- Theological librarian for research and assistance, Dr. Barry
Hamilton, is available by contacting 585.594.6893 or Hamilton_Barry@roberts.edu
- A 24-hour computer lab is available to all students with an ID
- A private graduate student research room has been designated
for NES students in graduate programs.
Click here to read the
policy regarding room use.
- An interlibrary loan program is available to receive material
from additional libraries.
- A Regional Library Access Card is available for graduate
students. This card allows NES students to enter and check out
materials from other area colleges.
- Café service hours as posted
Free membership for graduate students, $15 per semester for a
Press #5 for an NES recorded message regarding the emergency