Graduation Application Deadline
Graduation Applications for Fall 2013 graduates are available online under Forms and Information, in CampusNet. If you are planning to graduate in Fall 2013, your completed application is due August 1, 2013. You will be eligible to participate in the Spring 2014 commencement ceremony.
NOTE: your graduation application is not complete until personal reference and church verification letter(s) have been received. After August 1, 2013, graduation dates for those students with incomplete applications will be moved to a later session. For additional information or assistance contact the Registrar’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 214-841-3608.
The Deadline for submitting Direct Loan paperwork for the Fall 2013 semester is May 31st!
Please visit http://www.dts.edu/departments/campus/financialaid/directloans/ for access to all forms.
*Reminder: Effective Fall 2012, graduate students are only eligible to borrow unsubsidized funds. All completed paperwork must be received by the Financial Aid Office by May 31st in order to count toward the Fall 2013 Payment Deadline.
Students submitting applications after May 31st can still apply for a loan but are required to make alternate payment arrangements for the Payment Deadline.
DTS students can receive course credit for hitting the road with Dr. Mark Yarbrough this summer.
Dr. Yarbrough, DTS’s dean of academic affairs, will be in Asheville, NC, June 24-28 to teach a course entitled “The BIG Picture: Grasping the Master’s Plan from Genesis to Revelation.” The week-long class is offered as an intensive Bible training course by the Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove.
Too often, Christians view the scriptures as a collection of unrelated stories by many different authors. Dr. Yarbrough’s course teaches the unity of the Biblical narrative across all 66 books. Through daily class sessions and reflection time, this training will help students understand how every page of the Bible is connected and will encourage them know God in his role as Divine Author.
DTS students will receive elective credit for the course. Financial assistance is available through The Cove.
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Join us for the afternoon as Alan Hirsch, an insightful leader within the missional movement, addresses current issues and leads a discussion on systems thinking for organizations seeking to bring others into a life of outreach and community engagement.
DTS Students and Staff can register for $15 and volunteer for $10! Contact Kymberli Cook for more info.
Did you know? DFW is the third busiest airport in the world: Total Air Traffic Movement: 488,570 Total Passenger Movement: 13,726,495.
Have you considered being a volunteer pastor or priest at DFW? There is a chaplaincy in every terminal (one right next to the USO lounge), 22 more pastors or priests are needed.
This is an extraordinary opportunity someone who wants a multimillion member ministry to touch people from all over the world without raising one dime, or even leaving the metroplex! It is a fantastic opportunity for a seminarian, or retired pastor or priest, and requires just 5 hours, one day per week.
Anyone who is interested should contact the following:.
Bishop DD Hayes, Head Chaplain
DFW Airport Interfaith Chaplaincy
P. O. Box 610445
DFW Airport, TX 75261
If you did not get a membership to Baylor Tom Landry Fitness Center at the start of the Spring 2013 semester, you have the option to get one for the summer session. Here's how!
Beginning June 1, you can go directly to the fitness center to sign up and pay $67.50 for your summer membership. Just let the front desk staff know that you're with DTS, show them your ID, and sign a waiver to use the facility.
This membership is for the same schedule as the rest of the year; you can read more about that schedule on our website!
Email Megan with any questions.
The mission of Dallas Theological Seminary is to
glorify God by equipping godly servant-leaders
for the proclamation of His Word and the
building up of the body of Christ worldwide.