QEP(Quality Enhancement Plan)
Improve English Writing at the Graduate Level
NOBTS plans to improve English writing at the graduate level by creating a writing center and by training faculty and teaching assistants to improve feedback on student writing.
Please visit The Writing Center: http://www.nobts.edu/writing/
Fonts for Hebrew Users
Fonts for Greek Users
The mission of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary is to equip leaders to fulfill the Great Commission and the Great Commandments through the local church and its ministries.
Doctrinal Integrity -- Believing that the Bible is the Word of God, we believe it, teach it, proclaim it, and submit our lives to it. Our confessional commitments are outlined in the Articles of Religious Belief and the Baptist Faith and Message 2000.
Spiritual Vitality -- We are a worshiping community emphasizing both personal spirituality and gathering together as a Seminary family for the praise and adoration of God and instruction in His Word.
Mission Focus -- Our Seminary does not exist merely to get an education or to give an education. We are here to change the world by fulfilling the Great Commission and the Great Commandments through the local church and its ministries.
Characteristic Excellence -- We want everything we do to be characterized by offering the utmost of our abilities and resources as a testimony to the glory of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Servant Leadership -- We follow the model of Jesus to exert leadership through nurturing and encouraging those around us.
For 2016-2017 academic year that Core Value is Characteristic Excellence.
1. Biblical Exposition
2. Christina Theological Heritage
3. Disciple Making
4. Interpersonal Skills
5. Servant Leadership
6. Spiritual and Character Leadership
7. Worship Leadership
This is a partial list of NOBTS student services available to all students, no matter your delivery system or location.
If you have questions or do not see what you need here, please refer to www.nobts.edu/studentservices,
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the Dean of Students office at 800-662-8701, ext. 3283. We are glad to assist you!
For additional library resources in your state, check http://www.nobts.edu/library/interlibrary-loan.html
Interact with us online at -- Twitter.com/NOBTS
Register online by logging on to Self-Serve (formerly IQWeb). Locate classes by the delivery system (hybrid, traditional, online, workshop, Saturday, etc.). Each delivery system has a different tuition rate; therefore, registration must occur throughseparate registration windows. You may register online during orientation or register online at home using the instruction sheet. Failure to register and pay by the Final Day for Tuition Payment incurs an additional $110 late registration fee to your student account.
Library Resources - Use this link to access the online catalog for the Main Campus/Extension Center Libraries and to search EBSCOhost or other electronic databases.
The NGA Library is across Johnson Ferry Road in Building C of the office complex. The library entrance is at the back of the building. The library hours adjust each semester to accommodate when the majority of students are on campus, usually Monday through Thursday. The library hours appear in the NGA Gatekeeper and on the building window by the entrance. Currently, wireless internet is NOT available in the NGA library, but computer stations with internet are available as well as a copy machine for xeroxing. The xerox fee is 10 cent per copy.
On Mondays, NGA faculty and staff are available throughout the day in room 348 at JFBC. You also can reach the NGA faculty and staff by visiting the offices across Johnson Ferry Road, Building C-115, or calling 770-321-1606, or emailing. The email addresses can be accessed at the North Georgia Extension Center web page.
Trina Dofflemyer is the academic advisor for both the Graduate and Leavell College programs.
Alabama extenstion Centers, email to Dr. Ron Pate at email@example.com.
Students should consult their academic advisor during every registration period and before adding, dropping, or withdrawing from a class.
Students should be sure to update their academic advisor immediately upon any change in the degree, specialization, or concentration they are seeking from the Seminary in order that their degree plan can be updated and to assure they make progress toward graduation without delay.
Please feel free to call or stop by the Registrar’s Office to request academic counseling.
Do you have a desire to connect with others who have similar life callings?
Are you interested in sharing stories and growing in faith with those who live in a similar ministry world as yourself?
Do you want to be mentored in leadership skills for God's Kingdom?
Then join us for an Affinity Groups.
The Financial Aid Office in New Orleans makes an online grant application available September 1 - 30 and April 1 - 30 for students to apply for scholarships visit the NOBTS Financial Aid page to apply. Each student is responsible for completing the online application during September to be considered for spring semester scholarships and during April to be considered for fall semester scholarships. Typically, the Financial Aid staff will mail a letter or send an e-mail indicting if you have received funds. The funds are credited to the student account in the Business Office. No funds are issued directly to the student, but to the student’s NOBTS account.