• New York Theological Seminary has always been committed to making its programs and degrees as accessible as possible.  In today’s world, that often means online learning.  At NYTS you can complete your certificate or master’s degree (except for the MPS offered inside Sing Sing), and most of your doctoral degree online, face-to-face, or a combination of the two. 


    For its online learning NYTS uses MOODLE (an acronym for Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment).  As an interactive website with features and activities designed to engage learners and promote collaborative learning, MOODLE is one of the most widely used rapidly growing online learning systems in the world today.


    All learning at NYTS is supported by MOODLE.  Here you will find student announcements, news about community life, and the resources you need for successfully completing all classes and degrees.  Once inside your own page (protected by your password) you will find every course being offered in every semester or intensive period is listed, and a number of additional helpful resources you might need.  Some of the courses that are offered each year are conducted entirely in MOODLE, while others are blended (also known as hybrid or mixed-mode courses) where a portion of the learning takes place with face-to-face instruction and a portion is online.  Even face-to-face classes at NYTS use MOODLE for such things as posting the syllabus or making reserve readings available.

    Current Students: if you have MOODLE questions, please contact HelpDesk at helpdesk@mail.nyts.edu. In the email, include your name, your student identification number, your program affiliation (CP, MDiv, MAPCC, MAYM, MARLA or DMin) and the issue you are having with Moodle.

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Pastors and Leaders Retreat: Transforming our Trauma into Triumph
by Help Desk - Tuesday, September 20, 2016, 11:41 AM
Dear Members of the NYTS Community:
This year I am happy to share  that Healing Dialogues Ministries has received a grant from the Lilly Foundation/Pastoral Excellence Network to address the issues of Clergy Care and Trauma faced by African-American Clergy. This grant will allow us to host the third annual 23inMe Pastors and Leaders Abiding Conference at a reduced cost and will also include a six month  follow-up Peer Learning and Leadership Coaching process facilitated by top leadership and ministry experts in the country for free!  This coaching process would normally cost well over $1500.
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Supervised Ministry Fair Sept. 16
by Lydia Bumgardner - Friday, September 16, 2016, 3:45 PM

Supervised Ministry Fair will meet in Riverside Room 10T (tower) instead of Room 430.  Have a wonderful day!

Dr. Reisig
NYTS Reference Librarian not available at Burke next week
by Dr. Jerry Reisig - Friday, September 16, 2016, 3:28 PM

I will out of the office next week, and will not be available during my normal library hours.  I will return to the library on Tuesday and Thursday the following week of the 25th. 

The library staff at the Burke is available to you and can answer most of the questions that you may have.

I will be regularly checking my email at jreisig@nyts.edu during this period.

In Friendship,

Jerry Reisig

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NYTS Merchandise Available at Certificate Program Retreat
by A. Cathy Morales - Thursday, September 15, 2016, 4:44 PM

NYTS Merchandise will be available for purchase at the Certificate Program Retreat this weekend. Please read the attached flyer for prices. Look for Oswaldo Coello for Sales. All purchases are cash only! Credit Card sales at NYTS Suite Only.NYTS Retreat Store - CP

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by Lillian Rodriguez - Thursday, September 15, 2016, 4:05 PM

Dear students,

Please note that we will not offer a Writing Center this semester.  Please do not send emails to writingcenternyts@gmail.com - this email is no longer operational.  We will contact you when the Writing Center has been reinstated.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

Lillian Rodriguez

Executive Administrator for Academic Affairs