Supporting our students with the resources necessary to succeed in their education is important to Central Baptist Theological Seminary. The seminary offers a range of services to assist students in their courses and improve their academic skill. For further assistance with the resources on this page, reach out to us by using the contact form on the bottom of the page (한국어로 질문가능).
information resource for online registration, tracking academic progress, printing unofficial transcripts and grade reports.
academic resource for delivering a web-based (“online”) course or providing supplementary resources for face-to-face (F2F) courses.
communication (email) resource for students to communicate with other students, faculty and staff.
NOTE: only degree and diploma seeking students will receive a seminary email account.
assessment resource for the seminary to evaluate the effectiveness of its educational programming. Students will be required to submit some assignments in some classes into LiveText.
access this link to see the Q&A, create help tickets for any of your account issues, and much more (phone number listed)!
Academic Advisors – each student is assigned an academic advisor (usually a faculty member) to discuss vocational direction and academic progress. Check out your student tab in Populi for the listing of your advisor, or the My Courses tab in Populi.
Library Resources – the library provides physical and electronic resources to aid students in their projects and research. Click here to learn more about the library.
The seminary offers scholarships to help students meet their financial obligations related to their program of study. Click here to learn more about these available resources.
Students should also research available resources through their churches, denominations, and other religiously affiliated organizations.
Central Baptist Theological Seminary does not participate in Federal Student Loan programs and does not process 1098-T forms. Students who are seeking to apply qualified tuition and related expenses for tax credits should keep all billing and payment records from Central Baptist Theological Seminary and consult a tax advisor. (Click here for a copy of the notice of Central’s withdrawal from the Title IV Federal Student Loan Program)
Students inquiring about deferment options on previous federal student loans should contact their current loan servicer. Though in-school deferments are not available during studies at Central, students should explore other options with their loan servicing company, including:
– deferments for economic hardship or unemployment
– income-based repayment (for low monthly payments)
(If you do not know your loan servicing company, click here. Then click on “Financial Aid Review” and log in with your FSA ID.)
The seminary makes every effort to accommodate the needs of persons with a disability. Students whose disability requires extra consideration or assistance should contact the Dean’s office (firstname.lastname@example.org). Further information can be found in the Student Handbook.