Follow the link below to access the Phoenix Seminary Student Portal:
Summer 2013 Registration has opened for all credit students as of March 7th. Registration for non-credit students will open by April 1st. Summer 2013 Registrations are due no later than May 1st, but late registrations will be accepted.
Registration typically begins approximately eight weeks prior to the start of each semester. Students are encouraged to register as early as possible to secure desired courses.
Online Registration Process
Follow the instructions below to log in to the online registration system:
- Step 1) Open a copy of the Summer 2013 Course Schedule.
- Step 2) Decide which courses you want to take.
- Step 3) Log in to the Phoenix Seminary Student Portal using the username and password issued to you in the Online Registration Email sent to you from the Phoenix Seminary Office of the Registrar.
- Step 4) Click the ‘Register for Classes’ button (on the left side of the home page).
- Step 5) Click the ‘Edit Registration’ button. From there, you will see further instructions that explain how to complete the registration process.
Registrations received after the Registration Deadline (May 1st) will be subject to a $25 Late Registration Fee in instances when a late registration was not authorized by the Registrar. First-semester students and non-credit students may register after this deadline without paying a late fee, but are nevertheless encouraged to register by the Registration Deadline.
If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions concerning the online registration process, contact Lee Richards (Registrar) at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 101.
Online Payment Process
The Phoenix Seminary Business Office will issue you an email email which itemizes charges, credits, and payments due. This email will include instructions on accessing the Online Payment Center or signing up for the Tuition Installment Plan. If a third party will be paying your tuition, you can forward the statement directly to the third party. Payment should be submitted as soon as you have determined how you want to pay for your courses, but no later than the May 10th Tuition Payment Deadline. The student will be charged a $50 Late Tuition Payment Fee in instances when a late payment was not authorized by the Business Office. First-semester students and non-credit students may pay after this deadline without paying a late fee, but are nevertheless encouraged to pay by the Tuition Payment Deadline.
If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions concerning the online payment process, contact Cindy Moore (Accounting Specialist) at email@example.com or ext. 120.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Question: How do I know if I’m registered?
- Answer: After you have entered your courses and selected the class times and hit the Submit button, you will be redirected to a page which shows the courses you selected, along with the days, times, instructors, location, and credit hours, and a credit hour total at the bottom. When you log into the portal and view the upcoming semester, you’ll see the courses for which you have registered. If you see them listed there, then you know you’re registered. It should look something like this:
- Note: If you’re logging back into the portal at a later date, you can access a very similar screen by selecting Registration from the top menu, then “[Name's] Schedule”, then selecting the appropriate academic year (more accurately, semester) in the filter to the left.
- A secondary confirmation is the receipt of an emailed statement from Cindy Moore (Accounting Specialist) in our Business Office showing invoice / payment activity.
- Question: Where is my Registration Acknowledgment?
- Answer: There is no longer a Registration Acknowledgment form or email as in previous semesters, since you can now see online whether or not you have registered (see above).
- Question: Where can I find my Enrollment Keys to login to the course pages on courses.ps.edu?
- Answer: The goal is to skip the Enrollment Keys altogether and synchronize student course lists on courses.ps.edu with the registration data entered in the online registration portal. This may not be in place in time for the Summer 2013 semester, in which case enrollment keys will be emailed to students enrolled in each course.
Do you have questions about Financial Aid?
Any address changes should be reported to Sharon Sullivan (Receptionist) at firstname.lastname@example.org so that the Seminary’s database may be updated accordingly.
Course Syllabi and Course Handouts
Syllabi for many of the upcoming semester’s classes will be posted to http://courses.ps.edu as they become available. If a syllabus you are looking for is not posted, it is not yet available and will be posted as soon as it has been received from the instructor. For most courses, you can visit www.ps.edu/academics/course-descriptions for the most recent sample syllabi.
Phoenix Seminary reserves the right to cancel any course due to insufficient enrollment.
For important additional information please see the Student Handbook. All students are responsible for understanding and abiding by the contents of this document.
2012-13 Edition of the Phoenix Seminary Student Handbook/Catalog (36.6 MiB, 3,145 hits)
- About Phoenix Seminary
- Student Services
- Academic Programs
- Admission and Funding
- Preparing for Seminary
- Excelling in the Classroom
- From Academics to Graduation
- Personnel and Teaching Position
- Course Descriptions