Policies

The policies below outline what Shepherds expects of its students, faculty, and staff.

Student Code of Conduct

Shepherds Theological Seminary, as an institution dedicated to equipping servant leaders for life and ministry, necessarily requires the highest ethical standards for every one of us connected with it, whether a student, faculty member or staff member.

Academic Integrity

Seminary education is based upon certain shared values concerning the nature of learning and the pursuit of knowledge. One of the most basic assumptions is the respect for intellectual property and right of recognition for this pursuit of knowledge.


Clery Act
FERPA Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
Severe Weather Policy
Privacy Policy
Non-Discrimination Policy
Audit Program Grading
Class Hours and Attendance
Campus Security
Shipping
Statement on Women in Ministry
Buckley Amendment
Refunds
Verification of Title IV Eligibility
Grading System
Student Code of Conduct
Academic Integrity
Complaint Resolution
Required Events
Probation
Withdrawal from Seminary
Attendance at the Seminary
Readmission
Class Texts
Repeating Course Work
Withdrawing from Class
Incompletes
Full Time Status
Payment of Accounts
Extended Payment Plan
Title IX Administration
New Student Orientation