The Student Handbook intends to guide students through New Brunswick Theological Seminary’s various degree programs. It describes guidelines, procedures, and policies currently in effect at NBTS. All members of the Seminary are responsible for upholding all of the seminary policies as described in the Student Handbook, Catalog, and all other policies issued by the seminary.
The NBTS Student Handbook is divided into the following sections (links below):
- The Academic Catalog contains the course descriptions for all degree programs.
- The General Polices Handbook applies to students in all degree programs.
- The Masters Handbook and the Doctor of Ministry Handbooks contain policies specific to each program.
It is the responsibility of the student to read and follow the policies in this handbook. It will be assumed by all faculty and administrators of the seminary that by a student’s admission and current registration that he/she agrees to read this handbook and be governed by the following policies. Claims of ignorance of policies will not be accepted as a reason to be released from either academic or financial issues detailed in this volume.