The first deadline for December graduation has passed. If you are planning to graduate you must get your application in by September 30th! Applications can be found on CampusNet.
There are some courses offered at SEBTS that fill up rather quickly, hence there is a great benefit for registering early rather than late. If you are not able add one of those courses to your cart, you should use the “Waitlist” function available through Self-Service. Please do not contact the professor directly. If the
Registration for the January and Spring Terms will begin on Monday, November 14, 2011, by class level. Please refer to the Registration Instructions for important policies and deadlines related to registration. For anyone planning on graduating in the Spring, please also submit your graduation application after you have registered for your Spring courses. Registration Instructions
Drs. Little and Travers will co-teach a new course beginning this fall: PHI6640 Philosophers: Francis A. Scheaffer and C.S. Lewis. The 3 credit class will meet on Mondays from 9:00 a.m. to 11:50 a.m. The class is open to seminary students and college students with permission of the professors. Sign up for this great new
The summer and fall course schedules are now visible in Self-Service. Also, updated Registration Instructions have been uploaded onto the Registrar’s Office page in CampusNet. Registration will begin on May 2 by class level. Please consult the instructions for important information regarding registration.
The last day to drop a Spring 2011 course without academic penalty is Wednesday, February 9 by 5PM. To drop a course, please send an email request to email@example.com including (1) your full name, (2) your student ID, (3) the course you are dropping (i.e. IND5000) and (4) the section (i.e. A, B, C, D,
Registration for the January and Spring 2011 terms will begin on Monday, November 15. Please refer to the registration instructions available on CampusNet. Please refer to the instructions for details regarding your specific program, including deadlines, add/drops, and other pertinent information. If you plan on graduating in Spring, please submit your graduation application also available
The following Fall Break Classes are available: Bible Storying Robert Calvert MIS6530/Campus/FABK Cur.Top/Int.Mis:Kingdom Focused: Building a Great Commission Church Charles L. Register MIS4980/Campus/FABK Cur.Top/Int.Mis: Kingdom Focused Building a Great Commission Church Charles L. Register MIS6970/Campus/FABK New Testament Book Study: John Andreas Kostenberger NTS3800/Campus/FABK New Testament Book Study: John Andreas Kostenberger NTS3800/Campus/FABK You may enroll now
If you plan on graduating this Fall, please submit your graduation application by September 1, 2010. You can find and submit your graduation application online. Late applications will be accepted until Sept 30, but those will incur a $75 late graduation application fee (in addition to the $60 diploma fee).
Graduating Undergrad, Grads, and Doctors, please note and inform your guests of the following change to the schedule for graduation rehearsal and the graduation ceremony: Graduation Rehearsal — Thursday, May 27, 2010 College (including MAIS): meet in Binkley Chapel at 8:30 AM Seminary: meet in Binkley Chapel at 10:30 AM Commencement — Friday, May 28, 2010 College