Summer School Registration


We are excited to offer summer classes. All summer courses are taught online. Summer registration is open from April 25–April 29. Any current student or new student who is approved for the Fall 2022 semester is eligible to take summer classes. Below is the list of classes being offered. Please note that this list is subject to change. Academic Advising for the Summer and Fall Semesters is April 11–29. If you would like to apply for summer courses, please complete the Summer School Registration form between April 25–29, 2022.


Intro to Christian Ministries (Undergraduate: CM4484; Graduate: CM7484)
History of Christianity (Undergraduate: CH3001; Graduate: CH6001)
History of the Baptists (Undergraduate: CH3150; Graduate: CH6150)
Introduction to Research/Writing (Undergraduate: EN4900; Graduate: EN7900)
Personal Evangelism (Undergraduate: EV3200; Graduate: EV6200)
New Testament Survey I (Undergraduate: NT2601; Graduate: NT5601)
Old Testament Survey I (Undergraduate: OT2101; Graduate: OT5101)
PowerUp (Undergraduate: GE1000; Graduate: GE1000)

This is a tentative schedule subject to change.

NOTE: Students can take no more than two summer classes. Students will be asked to list up to four class choices. Note that a class must have a minimum of FOUR registered students to “make.” Students will be notified which classes made on May 4.

Registration deadlines

Registration deadline: April 29

Payment deadline: May 5

Online class dates: May 31–July 29


Since a minimum number of students is required for a class to make, if a student chooses to withdraw, tuition paid will not be refunded, and Nelnet payments will continue.

Tuition costs are below. Student fees are waived in the summer. Scholarships do not apply for summer school.

           One class: $990

           Two classes: $1,980

Payment dates through Nelnet are:

May 5: Down payment (33.4%)

May 20: First payment (33.3%)

June 20: Final payment (33.3%)

Practical Missions

GO! Program participants will have no summer requirements. Witness One:Seven participants will be required to serve eight total hours at their mission sites and complete eight personal witnessing encounters.

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