Reg. ThM London

Reg. ThM London


Registration Procedures for all ThM - London Students

2015

All students (including those who are not taking modules) are required to register.
Registration is binding! You are responsible for reading the information below and for submitting the appropriate registration form by the appropriate deadlines.

Before you register:

Registration:

The form may be submitted within the registration period via: 1) email*, 2) fax*, 3) regular mail* or 4) in person. Please see our contact information.

*Students are responsible for ensuring that the registration paperwork is submitted to the Registrar's Office by the registration deadline. Email submissions must be from your WTS student email.

After you register:

Module Dates & Deadlines

2015
Term

Modular
Courses

Module
Dates

Registration Deadline

Late Registration & Fee Deadline

Post Modular Coursewok Deadline*

Winter

ST 712L - Divorce in Scripture, History, and Theology (Prof. Mark Garcia)

Jan 5-9

Nov 24

Dec 15

Mar 6

Spring

CH 873L - John Owen and English Puritanism
(Prof. Crawford Gribben)

Apr 13-17

Mar 2

Mar 23

Jun 12

Summer

ST 733L - Trinitarian Theology Ancient and Modern
(Prof. Robert Letham)

Jun 29-Jul 3

May 18

Jun 8

Aug 28

Fall

XXXL - Apologetics and Modernity
(Prof. Bill Edgar)

Aug 24-28

Jul 13

Aug 3

Oct 23

CH 820L - Classical Reformed Covenant Theology
(Prof. Garry Williams)

Aug 31-Sep 4

Oct 30

*Post-modular coursework deadline is also the deadline to submit an Incomplete Request and/or Course Withdrawal Request. For details and instructions about submitting an Incomplete Request and withdrawing from a course, please see the appropriate Degree Program Section of the catalog.

Registration Restrictions

The following students will not be able to register:

  1. Students who have not submitted a Race/Ethnicity Survey Form to the Student Development Office. The form should be submitted to the Student Development Office before registering.
  2. Students who have been placed on "hold" by the Finance Office, the Library, the Student Development Office or the Registrar's Office. Students should make sure that all issues are resolved so that any "hold" status has been removed.