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Reminder - Apply for work study for fall 2020
by Lillian Rodriguez - Thursday, August 13, 2020, 2:48 PM
 

Dear NYTS Master's programs students,

Attached to this message is the application for fall 2020 work-study.  

If you desire work-study and meet the criteria below, please fill out the application and return it to lrodriguez@nyts.edu.  I can be reached at 212-870-1225 or via email.

Criteria

  • Applying for Work-Study for the fall 2020 semester ONLY.
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A Message from President Lakeesha Walrond
by Ishpal Kaur - Thursday, August 13, 2020, 10:13 AM
 

A Message from President Lakeesha Walrond

 

Dear beloved students,

 

We miss your presence! We hope that your summer has been filled with relaxation, restoration and rejuvenation. We pray that you and your families are safe, healthy, and adjusting well during these challenging times. 

 

As the fall semester approaches, Seminaries around the world are being forced to make the tough decision of whether or not to return to the classroom.

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REGISTRATION FOR CERTIFICATE PROGRAM REMINDER
by Dr. Lucy Cano - Wednesday, August 5, 2020, 6:27 PM
 

Dear All returning students of the CP; Greetings and blessings as we approach a new semester filled with  so much energy and excitement, please be reminded that registrations are taking place this week, August 4, 5, 6 online or via email to: Registrar@nyts.edu.

Kindly make every possible effort to register this week so we know in advance how the enrollment for fall at all sites looks like in the midst of this pandemic.

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Wanda D. Lang DMin
Summer Student Loans
by Wanda D Lang - Wednesday, July 29, 2020, 11:50 AM
 

Good Morning All, 

We are processing summer student loans.  If you have received an email from me and have not submitted information for Direct Deposit, please do so ASAP.  We need that information to get your refund to you.  Please be advised, due to COVID-19,  Student Loan refunds will now be sent direct deposit.  So for those who have not signed up you can do so in advance for the Fall.  See form attached.  Please note, I will also need a voided check or letter from your bank.

Dr. Wanda Lang, Student Accounts Coordinator

wlang@nyts.edu

 
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Fall 2020 Work Study application
by Lillian Rodriguez - Tuesday, July 28, 2020, 4:36 PM
 

Dear NYTS Master's programs students,

Attached to this message is the application for fall 2020 work-study.  

If you desire work-study and meet the criteria below, please fill out the application and return it to lrodriguez@nyts.edu.  I can be reached at 212-870-1225 or via email.

Criteria

  • Applying for Work-Study for the fall 2020 semester ONLY.
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(118 words)