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.
Do you know someone who is considering, or should consider, checking out DTS-DC? Invite them to join us!
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DTS highly encourages all students to enroll in direct deposit to receive student account refunds. Your refund will be disbursed within seven to ten days of receipt of the refund request. You will need your U.S. Bank Account Number and U.S. Bank Account Routing Number to enroll. Enroll on campusnet by clicking on the Direct Deposit Enrollment link under the Financial section of your student homepage.
Applications for Spring 2016 graduates and Summer 2016 graduates,desiring to participate in the Spring 2016 commencement ceremony are available online under Forms and Information, in CampusNet.
If you are planning to graduate in Spring or Summer 2016 and participate in Spring 2016 Commencement, your completed application is due December 1, 2015. After December 1, 2015, graduation for those students with incomplete applications will be delayed.
NOTE: Your graduation application is not complete until any/all church verification and personal reference letters have been received.
For additional information or assistance, email the Registrar’s Office or call 214-887-5350.
SF is a dynamic element of the curriculum, required for all professional degree-seeeking students. It helps develop the "Love Well" aspect of DTS' prayer for its students.
Sten-Erik Armitage, Director of Spiritual Formation, will be on-site October 17th for a Q&A Luncheon at the DTS-DC campus. The goal is twofold:
(1) To clarify the requirements and process for completing your SF program, especially the distance education option of SF110 (the mentored version).
(2) To dream about and discuss the future of the SF program in the DC region. Our hope is to hear from you about your needs and desires for SF, as well as the feasibility of launching the traditional four-semester small group format.
RSVP required for lunch - details coming soon. Continue to watch the kerygma for updates.
Upcoming opportunity for Logos Bible Software training for the DTS-DC region is November 14th! This event requires registration* and has limited seating. Registration will open soon - continue to check the kerygma for updates.
Basic Training // 9am-12pm*
"Greek tricks" with Logos // 1:30-2:30pm*
* Details and Registration links will be posted on the DTS Logos Training page. All sessions held at the DTS-DC campus.
You’ll get the most out of the training if you can bring a laptop with Logos installed and updated.
Dr. Mike Burer (Assoc Professor of NT Studies)— the Online professor for NT101-104—will be our trainer! If you've wanted to learn more about language study at DTS, this is your chance. Current language students encouraged to come!