Resident Life

Emergency Contacts

Campus Security: (816) 414-3836

Please sign up for Emergency Alerts

Student emails are automatically enrolled in our campus emergency alert system. To register your cell phone or a family member for text or email alerts visit Rave Alert and search for Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. If you have any issues contact security@mbts.edu.

Contact your RA:
familyra@mbts.edu reslife@mbts.edu


For any emergency maintenance situations after normal business hours, contact Security on their main number, and they will reach out to Maintenance. Submit regular maintenance work orders:
Housing Work Order

Request Counseling Services

Stay Connected

Join our Student Life Facebook page! This is the best way to know what’s going on. Stay updated and subscribe to Campus Life email updates.

Follow MBTS Student Life Social Channels:
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Wifi:

Connect to the residential Wi-Fi network labeled “MBTS Housing” and use the wireless password “mbtswireless” to connect.

Be Prepared

Parking

Be sure you park in the correct lot and have your car registered with the security team:
Parking Decal

ID Cards

You can get a new student ID at the Welcome Center Desk during normal open hours: 8am-4:30pm. If you lose your student ID and need one reprinted, it is a $10 fee. A spouse can get a student ID for $10, but they will need to pre-pay at Financial Services and bring the receipt to the Welcome Desk to get their ID printed.
ID CARD Appt.


Pick up mailbox keys at the Gladstone post office, unless you are a dorm student, contact Kristen Lanier in the Student Life Office

  • 7170 N Broadway St., Gladstone, MO 64118

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