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Why come to SuperWeek?

SuperWeek allows you to complete up to six hours of face to face time in a single week, or twelve hours of face to face time in two weeks!

What is a SuperWeek?

DTS has designed this special breed of Online and Distance Education course that we call SuperWeek. It’s a course format that utilizes everything you’re already accustomed to in a typical online course, but it includes intensive face to face instruction and interaction components at the Dallas campus.

Upcoming 2018 SuperWeek Courses

Week One Courses, May 21-25

BE103 Old Testament History II & Poetry

Taught by Dr. Elliot E. Johnson
Senior Professor of Bible Exposition

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EML 101 Intro to EDu Ministries & Leadership

Taught by Dr. Lin McLaughlin
Professor of Educational Ministries and Leadership, Assistant to the Academic Dean for Assessment

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Week Two Courses, June 4-8

BE102 Old Testament History 1

Taught by Dr. James E. Allman
Professor of Old Testament Studies and Bible Exposition

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ST103 Old Testament History II & Poetry

Taught by Dr. Glenn R. Kreider
Professor of Theological Studies

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(Please note: SuperWeek courses cannot be completed in one week; they are full-semester length hybrid courses with weeklong intensives.)

SuperWeek Facebook Group

This Facebook group discusses all things pertaining to SuperWeek. While this group will be used for DTS to communicate SuperWeek related information to students, students may also utilize this group as a forum for Q&A, to coordinate travel and lodging logistics with one another, share photos taken during SuperWeek, etc.

Frequently Asked Questions


No. Previous SuperWeeks required students to register and/or audit both classes each week. This is no longer required. You may now register for only one of the SuperWeek courses. 

  1. Complete the SuperWeek registration form.
  2. Registered SuperWeek students (those who completed the SuperWeek registration form) will be added to courses automatically when semester registration officially opens. At that time the full cost of SuperWeek (tuition, fees, and meal package) will be billed to their account.
  3. Payment can be made to one’s account at any time before April 20, 2018, which is the payment deadline for all summer courses. Payment arrangements can be made through Tuition Management Systems (TMS).

Yes. These courses have pre- and post- course work that will span the entire semester (May 14-Aug 10, 2018).

SuperWeek registration deadlines are the same as all other Summer 2018 courses. Please refer to the Registration schedule.


Priority will be given to mobile and distance education students, because SuperWeek was designed for the mobile MACL degree program and other distance education students. However, all students are welcome to participate, if space is available. Mobile and distance education students should pre-register (on the SuperWeek website) from February 1 to March 4, 2018 to guarantee their spot. After March 5, 2018,  all students, including Dallas campus students, are eligible to register for SuperWeek.

Possibly. Spouses of students may be able to audit one or both courses each week. There are a limited number of seats available, however. Contact the professor for each course for more information. Your spouse may register to audit a SuperWeek course through the Registrar’s office ( Spouses who audit SuperWeek courses are required to purchase the meal package.

Tuition and Costs

The total cost will include tuition and fees plus the cost of your meal package for each week (TBA-currently in negotiations). Note: Lodging and transportation are not included.

When combined with tuition and fees, SuperWeek can be paid for through the TMS program. Contact the Bursar’s office for more details.

Lodging, Meals, and Transportation

No, you must make your travel, lodging, and transportation arrangements separately.

Hotel Indigo, Downtown Dallas

This hotel is the best option we can recommend. They offer rooms to DTS students for (TBA-currently in negotiations) and they have a free shuttle service that will get you to and from the DTS campus each day. However, you will need to make other transportation arrangements to get to and from the airport. This hotel offers breakfast and dinner for an extra charge. There are also many restaurants within walking distance, or shuttle ride distance, from the hotel. For more information, see the hotel’s website (linked above). 

La Quinta Inn & Suites, Downtown Dallas

This hotel is the second best option we can recommend. They offer rooms to DTS students for (TBA-currently in negotiations) and they serve free hot breakfast every day. There are also many restaurants within walking distance of the hotel. You can walk, take a DART bus, or a taxi to get to and from the DTS campus. For more information, see the hotel’s website (linked above). 

If you choose to book a room at either of the above hotels, make sure you ask for the Dallas Theological Seminary discount and be prepared to show a DTS ID when you arrive.

If you need a DTS ID card, email with a headshot and your student ID number. We’ll get one in the mail to you immediately.

See more Dallas Area Accommodations.

Learn more about DTS Student Housing subleasing.

DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit): If you stay at one of the hotels suggested above, you can take the DART train from the airport to your hotel. You will get off at the St. Paul station for Hotel Indigo and Union Station for the La Quinta.

Dallas Yellow Cab:

Supershuttle (to/from DFW airport or to/from Dallas Love Field)

Most major car rental agencies are available at DFW and Dallas Love Field.


Your meal package will include lunches for each day you have class.

We will make every effort to accommodate food allergies or restrictions. Please indicate any dietary restrictions or allergies during registration. Please don’t hesitate to call us if you have special concerns.

Superweek Course Rotations