Courses and Credit Hours
Bexley Seabury intensive courses generally require degree and diploma students to complete reading and assignments before the first meeting of class on campus. Because of this requirement, students who wish to register after the following deadlines must obtain the permission of the instructor:
|MDiv and Anglican Studies Diploma Students||Returning Students||New Fall Students||Mid-year admits January/Spring|
|Registration Summer & Fall courses||April 22-26||by July 30th|
|Registration for Jan and Spring courses||Nov 10-15||Dec 5th|
|DMin in Congregational Development Students||New June Cohort||January|
|Registration for June||April 22-26||May 15|
|Registration for January||Nov 10-15||Nov 10-15||Nov 15|
|Learning From London Course||For Non-BSSF Students|
|June trip application due||Feb. 1|
|Jan trip application due||Sept. 1|
|CEU and Auditors|
|Registration for all terms||While registration is open up to the day before a class is scheduled to begin, early registration is recommended in order to allow time for assigned pre-reading and to avoid space limitations.|
Auditing Courses for Enrichment or Continuing Education Credit
Most courses at Bexley Seabury are open to persons who do not require graduate academic credit, such as auditors seeking enrichment and those seeking to satisfy CEU requirements. These students are expected to read assigned materials in order to participate in class discussions. Submission of assignments is not required. The instructor may, but is not required to, read or respond to assignments voluntarily submitted by those who are not taking the course for academic credit.
Students who require a CEU certificate should contact the Registrar Susan Quigley. The fee for the certificate is $25.00.
Or fill out this form: https://bexleyseabury.wufoo.com/forms/noncredit-coursework/
Courses and Credit Hours
January and June courses are usually listed with more than one course number. Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) students must register under the 600-level course number in order to receive doctoral-level credit for the course. All other students should register under the 300-, 400-, or 500-level course number.
All Bexley Seabury courses taken for graduate academic credit are 3 credits unless otherwise indicated. A credit hour represents approximately 1 hour of direct faculty-student engagement (in class or online); a three-credit course represents 36 hours of direct faculty-student engagement.
Here’s how to register:
Degree and Diploma Student with Student Populi Accounts
If you are a degree or Anglican Studies diploma student and already have an account (user ID and password) in Populi, the Bexley Seabury Registration portal, please go directly to Populi to register for courses. (click here)
If you are a student who wishes to cross-register from an ACTS or other partner schools, please fill out the cross-registration form for each course you wish to take at Bexley Seabury and submit it to the registrar at your homeschool. Click here for the cross-registration form.
Note: Tuition and fees for Chicago Theological Seminary (CTS) courses taken via cross-registration are subject to current CTS rates published on the schedule, available on the CTS web site.
If you need assistance with registration, please contact Registration Administrator Susan Quigley at firstname.lastname@example.org.