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  • New York Theological Seminary has always been committed to making its programs and degrees as accessible as possible.   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, 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.  


    All questions or problems should be submitted to the helpdesk email 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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Virtual Financial Aid Help Desk - September 16, 2020
by Financial Aid - Tuesday, September 15, 2020, 9:58 PM
 

Stop by the virtual Financial Aid Help Center on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 where we will be answering your concerns about the general aid process, offering tips on navigating the application process, discussing the upcoming disbursement period and much more!

We will be live and ready to chat with you on Zoom from 11:00am - 12:30pm EDT

Join us here! 

https://zoom.us/j/91383114560?pwd=cTA2ODUwSmJTWFFXY0lpQ1hSV3JtQT09

Meeting ID: 913 8311 4560

Passcode: 6SENkR

 

Can’t make it this time? You can always contact us or visit us on the NYTS website.

 
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President Walrond's Welcome Message to Students
by Ishpal Kaur - Tuesday, September 15, 2020, 12:18 PM
 

President Walrond Welcomes Students to the new Academic Year

 

September 15, 2020

 

Greetings to the NYTS community! On behalf of the board of trustees, the administrative team, facility, staff and alumni; welcome to the 2020-2021 academic year!

 

I am so excited to welcome the newest members of our NYTS family, and to welcome back all of our returning students and our distinguished faculty.

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Access to the Digital Theological Library
by Rafael Reyes III - Monday, September 14, 2020, 2:11 PM
 

Hello everyone at NYTS!

I hope you are all well as we start this new semester adventurously as we navigate online learning. It is different, but it will be worthwhile.  We will journey together.

On that note, I am writing to inform you that (mostly) all should have access to our Digital Library Services! I have attached a pdf titled "DTL Access" which provides instruction on how to access the Digital Library.

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Important Convocation Announcement
by Ishpal Kaur - Friday, September 11, 2020, 1:23 PM
 
Greetings Everyone, 
 
Please be advised that confirmation emails with the Zoom link and the convocation agenda have begun to go out to students. All students who have RSVP'd up until this point should have received their confirmation emails. 
 
A final confirmation/reminder email with all the important details will go out to ALL RSVP'd students Saturday morning at 8:30 a.
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Communication with the Registrar's Office
by Gina Green - Thursday, September 10, 2020, 9:59 AM
 

Good Morning All NYTS Students ~ 

We are asking that all inquiries regarding registration or student records are sent to:  Registrar@nyts.edu and that you use your NYTS email address when making these inquiries.

We would like to address your questions and concerns as soon as possilbe and instead of navigating multiple emails addresses that we have it will be more beneficial to all to use one central email address.

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