Rev. Dr. Paul H. Colloton, OSFS has an extensive academic and pastoral background. Fr. Paul received his bachelor's degree in Theology with a minor in Music from St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota, followed by a Master of Divinity from Aquinas Institute of Theology in St. Louis, Missouri and a Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) in Practical Theology with a concentration in Word and Worship (Liturgy) from Catholic Theological Union (CTU) in Chicago.
From July 1, 2014 to October 13, 2016, Fr. Paul served as associate pastor at Immaculate Conception parish in Elkton, Maryland, with a mission church, St. Jude, in North East, Maryland. For thirteen-and-a-half years he served as Director of Continuing Education for the National Association of Pastoral Musicians (NPM). Prior to that he served as the co-director of Pastoral Life for the Dominican Sisters of Grand Rapids and was part of the staff for their Dominican Center at Marywood.
He has served as a presider, confessor and spiritual director for the Dominican Sisters and Associates in Racine, Wisconsin, St. Rose of Lima Parish in Gaithersburg, Maryland and Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish in Vienna, Virginia. Immediately after ordination to the Priesthood, Fr. Colloton served as parochial vicar at St. Dominic parish in Denver.
Fr. Paul was a founding board member of the National Catholic AIDS Network and has had extensive experience in ministry to and with people living with HIV/AIDS.
Rooted in Dominican Life and Spirituality, Fr. Paul is a member of the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales, Wilmington-Philadelphia Province. His religious community staffs St. Francis de Sales High School in Toledo, the center for their Toledo-Detroit Province.
An organist and pianist by training, Fr. Paul loves music. He also enjoys taking time to enjoy cooking, hospitality, nature, movies, and plays, but his greatest love is to be with people in prayer and in social engagements.
He tries to affirm in all he meets, these words of St. Francis de Sales: "Be who you are and be that perfectly well, to the glory of God who created you."
Jamie French is entering his 10th year as the Head Athletic Trainer for Ohio Dominican University.
French came to ODU after working for eight years (1996-2004) at Reynoldsburg High School as its Head Athletic Trainer. French also has four years of experience (1993-1996) as an athletic trainer with the Chillicothe Paints Baseball Club and the Hagerstown Suns, a Class A minor league baseball affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays.
French received a bachelor's degree in Sports Medicine/Athletic Training from Wilmington College in 1994. He is a Certified Athletic Trainer and Licensed Massage Therapist and recently received his Performance Enhancement Specialist Certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine.
French, a native of Chillicothe, currently resides in Canal Winchester with his wife, Melissa, and two sons, Gabriel and Evan.
As an Admission Counselor for the Undergraduate Admission Office, Kim works in conjunction with Shannon Hamulak to assist transfers students with last names beginning L-Z, as well as international students.
Why does ODU Feel Like Home?
Ohio Dominican is my home away from home. The day after graduating from ODU, I began working in the Admissions office. I have spent over half my life on this campus and love it so much. ODU has really shaped me into the person I am today. It’s such a privilege to work at my alma mater.
Advice for Your College Search
Visit as many college campuses as you are able. Walking around campus allows you to truly get a feel for whether or not it is the right fit for you.
Best Way to Contact Kim
Feel free to text me at my Google Voice number, (614) 465-4068 or call me at (614) 251-4502.
As an Admission Counselor for the Undergraduate Admission Office, Trip assists prospective students and families in the following areas. States
Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming
Ohio Counties: Franklin
Columbus City Schools students: learn more about the Panther Promise Program from ODU and I Know I Can.
Favorite Part of My Day
My favorite part of the day is when a student that I recruited will come up to me on campus or visit me in my office just to talk.
Advice for Your College Search
Visit campus! Every college has a personality. You can’t get that feeling just by looking at brochures or visiting their website.
Best Way to Contact Me
Call or text me at (614) 935-0040.
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