Take a moment to get to know our faculty, our convictions, and our story. Inquire with the offices below about how online learning carries out the mission of Southern Seminary.Learn More
Applying online is easy. Check the admission requirements below to complete your application. Select either “internet” or “on campus” as your student status depending on how far away from campus you live.Apply Now
You must live at least 50 miles outside of Louisville, KY to qualify as an internet-only student. By selecting this status in your online application, you will see all online courses when on your Canvas dashboard.
Selecting the on-campus student status will give you access to all on-campus, hybrid, and conference courses in your MySBTS registration page. If you need to take an online class as an on-campus student, please fill out an online registration request form.
Upon acceptance to Southern Seminary, you will be given access to Canvas where all of your coursework will be completed. You will also have access the important distant student services below.Login to Canvas
Be sure to check your student email at least twice weekly. This is where you will receive all Southern Seminary correspondence and updates. You will receive your student email account information upon acceptance to Southern.
The James P. Boyce Centennial Library provides you, the distance student, with many convenient services. Request a book to be sent to you, browse the digital library, or request a book through interlibrary loan.
Where do I pay my tuition? Where can I check my student status? Login to MySBTS to do all of this and more.
You are almost ready to begin your first online class, but first, you need to complete some paperwork and consider taking any advanced placement tests.
Members of Southern Baptist churches receive subsidized tuition rates. View the tuition and fees page for more information.
To receive financial aid through Southern Seminary, you must be a full-time student taking more on-campus classes than online classes. Contact the Financial Aid office for details.
Students may take advanced placement tests on campus or may contact an The Center for Student Success to arrange an off-campus proctored test.