Welcome to the Office of the Registrar at The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia. This office is responsible for student academic records, preparation and publication of course schedules, course registration and grades, degree audits and transcripts, certification of students for graduation, enrollment verification, and general interpretation of institutional academic policies.
The office is part of Enrollment Services, located on the second floor of the Brossman Learning Center. Normal office hours are Monday – Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Because LTSP will become part of United Lutheran Seminary as of July 1, 2017, you may seek information for the new seminary at http://my.uls.edu/registrar/.
Transcript Request Form (Transcript requests cannot be handled by phone, as federal privacy regulations require our having signed authorization to release a transcript. Form, if submitted with credit card payment per form below, can be submitted via fax or email attachment for faster processing. )
Registration remains open with payment of a late registration fee for courses offered in June 2017. Click on the link below for “Registration and Course Information.” See the “Course Schedules” and “Intensive Course Prospecti” below for more information about courses available.
Registration is also open for the August Term and Fall Semester at United Lutheran Seminary. See http://my.uls.edu/registrar/ for more information.
Students who have already registered for June but need to change their registrations may do so anytime prior to the late registration (drop/add) deadline for the term (two weeks prior to the first day of class). Requests for registration changes may be made online via Henry or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dropping a June course after the first day of class is subject to the rules governing withdrawal. If you need to withdraw from a course, you must submit notification in writing to the Registrar not later than Friday of an intensive course; any refunds for which you are eligible will be based upon the date of receipt by the Registrar of your written notification. If you simply fail to attend or stop attending any course for which you are registered, the consequences will be your receiving a failing grade and being responsible for all course fees. In extreme circumstances (e.g., lengthy hospitalization), you may petition the Dean in writing for a late withdrawal to avoid receiving a failing grade; however, there can be no refund of any tuition or fees.