This is the registration page for students who have been formally admitted as LTSP students in the DMin, STM, PhD, or Advanced Graduate Certificate programs. If you have not been admitted to one of these programs, click here for the registration page for Nondegree, Continuing Education, and Audit students.
Make sure your student account is paid up. Registration will not be permitted if you do not have clearance from the Business Office to register. If you fail to obtain clearance to register prior to the registration deadline, late registration fees will apply. Contact the Business Office to arrange to clear your account.
Register on-line via the Henry Online Student Information System
Make sure you have your Henry log-in ID and password. Registrations must be submitted on-line by the announced, on-time registration deadline to avoid the $50 late registration fee.
- TIP 1: Because you can add (or drop and add) course registrations without penalty, register for at least one course you plan to take and add any course(s) about which you are uncertain later.
- TIP 2: If, after clicking on “Add Courses,” you see a screen with a number of pull-down filters for accessing courses, DO NOT use those filters. Leave those unused and simply click on “Search” to get a list of all available courses. You can then click on all the courses for which you wish to register at one time.
- TIP 3: Most courses can be taken for both first theological and advanced-level credit. To earn advanced-degree-level credit, you need to register for the version of the course with the “G” suffix on the course ID. If none exists, contact the registrar ([email protected]) to see if the course can be upgraded for advanced-level credit. If you actually intend to register for a course without the “G” suffix because you are not taking it toward your degree, contact the registrar for assistance.
- TIP 4:You cannot register on-line for audits, independent studies, MAR theses, cross-registrations, and courses at partner institutions. See below!
- NEWLY ADMITTED STUDENTS: Before logging into Henry, please notify the Registrar ([email protected]) that you are ready to register. This gives us a chance to make sure your records are in order and that Henry is set up for your registration.
- Contact the LTSP Help Desk ([email protected]) if you need assistance logging in.
If your registration for one or more courses fails to go through, please note the reason presented in Henry for preventing your registration and relay that information to the Registrar. You will be advised whether your registration can be processed and if you have additional steps to take.
You cannot register on-line for audits, independent studies, MAR theses, cross-registrations, and courses at partner institutions. Use the Special Course Registration Form, found under forms related to registration, to register these courses.
- Independent study normally requires both registration via the Special Course Registration Form and submission in hard copy of the separate Independent Study Request form, along with the required study proposal. Unless you are registering for additional “regular” courses in the term, your registration via the Special Course Registration Form must be submitted by the announced, on-time registration deadline to avoid the late registration fee. (If you have registered for other courses in Henry, you can pre-register your independent study through the email drop/add process. Include in your email your proposed study topic and the intended study supervisor.) The Independent Study Request form and attached study proposal may be submitted later, per the guidelines that accompany the form. Both the Special Course Registration form and the Independent Study Request Form are available under forms related to registration.
Confirmation of your registration will be through the “Henry” on-line portal following your registration. You will be able to print your schedule from Henry.
Late registration is possible with payment of a $50 late fee until the late registration (drop/add) deadline. However, note any requirements that may exist for advance reading or preparation, which is common especially for short-term courses.