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Campus Services provides resident dormitories and apartments that are communities which develop students' life skills and personal responsibility and serve as transitional environments to future roles and service to society.

We are committed to provide the following:

  • Offer a quality atmosphere that is caring, fun, friendly, and challenging.
  • Create an open and diverse environment that promotes understanding and acceptance of cultural, ethnic, racial, physical, sexual, and religious differences.
  • Develop policies that encourage responsible behavior.

For further information, please visit On-Campus Housing and Housing Floor Plans.


You may contact Campus Services by the following means:

Anthony Khani

Director of Campus Servicesdormitories2
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Mailing Address:

The General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church
Attn: Campus Services
440 W. 21st Street
New York, NY 10011
Telephone: 212-243-5150

GTS Faculty

The mission of General Theological Seminary is "to educate and form leaders for the church in a changing world." The faculty and staff are essential in meeting this mission. Experts, faithful leaders, and award-winning scholars, the GTS faculty help translate the timeless truths of the Christian faith into the timely work of the church.

For a directory of the Faculty please click here.

For an introduction to the Faculty who teach for the Center for Christian Spirituality please click here.

Faculty can access the GTS Faculty Portal Login page by clicking here.


GTS Administration

The GTS staff is also committed to the success of our students and to offering professional service.

Below is a list of the GTS Administration Offices:

For listing of the Administration Staff, please click here.


For a full directory of Faculty, Administration and Staff that you can print out, please click here.


GTS Maintenance Request

To submit an electronic work order requestfor the GTS Maintenance Department , please click here. If this an emergency, e.g., a gas leak, please call the Front Desk immediately at 212-243-5150.




Professors Emeriti


The Rev. Dr. J. Robert Wright, M.Div, D.Phil., D.D., D.Cn.L., Th.D.

St. Mark's Church in the Bowery Professor of Ecclesiastical History

The Rev. Richard Corney, B.A., S.T.B., Th.D.

Professor Emeritus of Old Testament 

The Rev. W. Roland Foster, D.D., Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus of Church History

The Rev. Margaret A. B. Guenther, M.Div., Ph.D.
Professor Emerita of Ascetical Theology

Elisabeth K. J. Koenig, M.Div, M. Phil., Ph.D.
Professor Emerita of Ascetical Theology

The Rev. John T. Koenig, B.D., Th.D.
Professor Emeritus of New Testament

The Rev. Frederick H. Shriver, S.T.B., Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus of Church History

Adjunct Faculty

Thomas C. Bonnell
Adjunct Prof. in Greek
BA, Duke University
MA,  Latin/Greek, University of Texas at Austin
The Rev. Dr. Todd H.W. Brewer
Adj. Faculty in New Testament
B.A. Engineering, Lafayette College
MDiv. Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry
M.A. Biblical Studies, Durham University
Ph.D. New Testament, Durham University
The Rev. Joseph (Joe) J. Campo

Adj, Faculty in Pastoral Theology
B.A., Cathedral College; Master of Arts in Theology, Gregorian University (Rome)
Licentiate in Canon Law, St. Paul University/University of Ottawa


Alina N. Feld

Adj. Faculty

B.A., State University of Bucharest

M.A., SUNY at Stony Brook

Ph.D.,. Philosophy of Religion, Boston University

The Rev. Miguel A. Hernández
Adj. Faculty 
A.A.S., New York City College of Technology
B.T., The City College of New York
M.S.E.E., New York University
Three Certificates in Theological Studies, The Newark School of Theology
M.Div., The General Theological Seminary
S.T.M., Biblical Studies, The General Theological Seminary

The Rev. Stuart Hoke
Adj. Faculty in Pastoral and Ascetical Theology
B.A., Southern Methodist University; M.Div., Episcopal Theological School
Th.D., General Theological Seminary 


James B. Jordan, CPA, CFE, CGMA 
Adj. Faculty in Finanical Management
B. S. in Business Administration, Accounting - Univ. of S. C.
Executive MBA - Emory University
International Studies - London Business School
(Certified Public Accountant)
(Certified Fraud Examiner)
(Chartered Global Management Accountant)


Jennifer T. Kaalund

Adj. Faculty

B.A. Chemistry; University of North Carolina

M.A. Theology; Seton Hall University

S.T.M. New Testament, Union Theological Seminary

Ph.D. The Theological School, Drew University


Ian Kinman

B.A. Architecture, Washington University

M.A. Architecture, Columbia University

M.A. Theology, The General Theological Seminary

Th.M., Harvard DIvinity School

Ph.D. candidate, Fordham University


Westina Matthews, Ph.D.

Adjunct Prof,, Center for Christian Spirituality

B.S. Education, University of Dayton

M.S. Education, University of Dayton

Ph.D. Education, University of Chicago

Graduate, Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation


Laura Moore

Adj. Faculty in Liturgics
B.A., Nyack College; M.A., Union Theological Seminary; S.T.M., General Theological Seminary
Th.D., General Theological Seminary 


The Rev. Cn. Charles Robertson

Distinguished Visiting Professor
Canon to the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church
B.A., Virginia Tech (VPI&SU); M.Div., Virginia Theological Seminary
Ph.D., Durham University


The Rev. Dr. William G. Rusch
Adj. Professor of Church History
B.A., State University of New York
M.A., State University of New York
M.Div., Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia
D.Phil., Oxford University
D.D. (h.c.) Berkeley Divinity School at Yale University
D.D. (h.c.) Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia

The Rev. Shane Scott-Hamblen
B. Mus, Webster University, St Louis & Vienna, Austria
S.T.B. , MA, & S.T.L,  University of St. Thomas Aquinas, "Angelicum", Rome
c.ThD, the General Theological Seminary, New York


Anne Winchell Silver

B.A., William Smith College

M.A. New York University

M.A. General Theological Seminary (spiritual direction)

Ph.D., Fordham University (counseling)


The Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers

B.A., Wake Forest University

M.A. Theological Studies, Harvard Divinity School

MDiv., Episcopal Divinity School


The Rev. Dr. Ronald Young

Adjunct Professor of Church History

B.A. and M.E., Cornell University

MDiv., Andover Newton Theological School

S.T.M., The General Theological Seminary

Th.D, The General Theological Seminary



Chaplain and Dean of Community Life    Chapel_interior400dpi-2

General Seminary believes that learning to navigate the Christian life in the context of community is a top priority.  To further that commitment, this seminary employs a full-time Chaplain and Dean of Community Life whose function is the pastoral care of students, faculty and members of the staff.  Neither professor nor administrator, the Chaplain occupies a unique role in promoting programs of health and wholeness for all who frequent the Close, and in keeping an open door to all who seek his assistance.

A glimpse of the Chaplain’s responsibilities reveals an annual retreat for students in all courses of study; frequent group and individual meetings with the Chaplain; pastoral and sacramental care for any and all who seek it: and on-going referrals to spiritual directors, psychotherapists, and other professionals when situations call for such. Supporting family wellness, the Chaplain also organizes retreats every year for the spouses and partners of General students.

Another of the Chaplain's responsibilities is the facilitation of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) which students undertake at the end of their junior year. CPE sites around the country are made available for students to explore; workshops are held to prepare students for this important experience; and CPE supervisors from the area come to the seminary to introduce the program to those who are so enrolled.

As students enter their senior year and begin to seek placement in ministry following graduation, the Chaplain assists them in his role as Director of Deployment Ministry.  For those seeking ordination within the Episcopal Church, the Chaplain and members of the faculty provide preparatory sessions to familiarize students with the mechanics and contents of the General Ordination Examinations.

As with any form of ministry within Christ’s Body, the role and function of a resident Chaplain is a living process.  New occasions are always teaching new duties, and the opportunities to provide assistance under the tutelage of the Good Shepherd are constantly being shaped.


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