Student Resources

Planning Your Program

North Park Theological Seminary has a wide range of degree and certificate programs. Whether you are an on-campus or distance learning student, full- or part-time, it is important that you carefully plan and track your specific requirements. The resources below will help you manage the multiple aspects of your program:

Course Schedules and Syllabi

Additional Academic Resources

Academic Support

North Park Theological Seminary provides a variety of academic resources for students. Contact Stephen Spencer, theological and cataloging librarian, for questions involving research. Contact your advisor for questions about your program. If you need assistance with a class in which you are currently enrolled, see your professor, a student TA or tutor, or schedule an appointment with Kris Bruckner in Academic Support.

Vocational Development

Your Seminary career will be enriched by a set activities that address your vocational development alongside your academic preparation. Some of these are requirements while others are courses or activities you can choose to participate in. For students who anticipate future service in the Evangelical Covenant Church, these opportunities include a Call to Ministry process which will help you understand the process as well as get a head start on building relationships and preparing for a call. Learn more.

Student Administrative Resources