Forms for Students
FORMS FOR STUDENT SUBMISSION TO REGISTRAR
- Independent Study
- Transfer Credit
- Waiver of Prerequisite
- Change of Degree Program
- Audit Application
- Church Leader Audit
Registration is contingent upon receipt of a transcript showing completion of any prerequisite degree. Registration dates are stated in the academic calendar. No student is permitted to register for any course after the first ten days of the semester.
A late registration fee will be charged in the event that a student fails to register at the time designated for that purpose.
Each student is responsible for meeting his or her degree requirements, though the Registrar and faculty advisers will provide information and help.
The student is required to inform the Registrar of any changes in course registration, at the earliest possible opportunity. Students are to inform the Seminary of any change of address.
The privilege of adding or dropping courses is granted within a grace period each term. This period is between the third and tenth day after the beginning of each semester, and between the third and fifth day of the summer and winter terms. If a course is less than one month in length, an appropriate comparable time for dropping the course will be set.
After the grace period a student is not permitted to register for any course and may drop a course only with the written permission of the instructor and the Registrar, provided that it is no later than the tenth week of the fall or spring semester or the second week of the summer or winter term. The effective date for the dropping of a course is the date on which approval is gained from the Registrar. Withdrawal under any other circumstances will result in a failing grade in the course.
A fee is charged for each course change made after registration.
It is expected that each student will attend every class session for which he or she is registered. Absences caused by illness, or other justifiable causes, will be permitted to a limited extent. If, in the judgment of the instructor, these permitted absences, or other (unauthorized) absences, endanger the standing of the student in the course, the instructor shall counsel the student concerning the situation. Further absences will normally result in a failing grade in the course.
A student enrolled in an M.Div., M.A.R., M.A., or Certificate program who is interested in changing from one program to another should speak to the Director of Admissions.