NOTICE TO STUDENTS PRIOR TO SEPTEMBER 2021:
Those of you who began with the School of Biblical and Theological Studies with Dr. Ed DeVries had a unique relationship with him and some academic agreements. However, after six arduous months of records search, we haven't confirmed the status of all previous students. Some files were corrupted, missing, or were not decryptable. The school's academic policy states: SB&TS is not responsible for assignments that are lost in cyberspace. The student should make a copy of all work before sending it to the school. If you are a student who began when Dr. DeVries was President and want to continue your relationship with the school, please forward a copy of your degree path assigned by Dr. DeVries, payment receipts and course work by May 31, 2022, to continue enrollment. Failure to respond will be interpreted as your intent of dis-enrollment with the School of Biblical and Theological Studies. Dis-enrollment will be effective June 01, 2022.
The School of Biblical and Theological Studies would like to welcome our newest Faculty Member, Dr. Richard D. Childress. Dr. Childress was saved in 1973 and eventually begin to teach Sunday school in the later 70's. Dr. Childress answered the call to a Pastorate and served in Oklahoma until his retirement. Dr. Childress has a Master Degree in Biblical Studies and a Doctorate of Ministry both awarded from the School of Biblical and Theological Studies and will serve as a Student Advisor.
We welcome our new Faculty Member, Dr. Frederic K. Buford II.
Dr. Buford has been involved in ministry since age 15. He has a Th.D. from Andersonville Theological Seminary, and a Ph.D. from Trinity Theological Seminary. He has an impressive resume and has previously taught on campus with the University of Phoenix. We are excited to have Dr. Buford on board and look forward to his contributions to the School of Biblical and Theological Studies and the student body.
From the academic team
NOTICE: "A monthly report, the first calendar day of each month, via email must be submitted stating progress made on courses during the previous month. Timely reports are considered in the grading process." Report Course progress via email the first day of each calendar month. Failure to submit an on-time report will result in a .2 point reduction in GPA for each occurrence. Example, your final GPA is 3.8 and you were late 2 times, your GPA would be 3.4.