The seminary supports student success with a community of professionals as well as the academic and technological resources you will find here.
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Find answers to your questions about how to get started as a student at CBTS.
Find answers about library access, academics, financial aid, and more.
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.
The library provides physical and electronic resources to aid students in their projects and research. Click here to learn more about the library.
If you need a library card or student ID, please fill out this form.
Current Students: Log in using your myCBTS login (it is also available inside your myCBTS)
Lifelong Learners: Use the login credentials provided by the Student Success Office. If you would like to request that information be sent to you, please use the contact form.
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. Further information can be found in the student handbook.
Dr. Sheryl Stewart, Director of Language Development and Curriculum Implementation, assists students in improving their writing skills. Please contact her for an appointment to discuss a paper, reading strategies, or any other language issues.
We rely on words so much. We believe that God spoke words of creation and revelation in the past and speaks them today as well. We know when a speaker has used the power of the word effectively… and when that has not happened.
Those same words can become obstacles when not understood or used well. Whether it is the sheer volume of reading that must be completed or a paper that must communicate your ideas in combination with the ideas of others before you, writing and reading can become quite challenging, especially at high academic levels.
The Language Development Center is devoted to helping students read efficiently, write effectively, and improve language skills as needed to do well in seminary classes. Within this section on Moodle, you will find links to resources that may make your reading and writing life easier to manage.