Now enrolling for Fall semester! Classes begin August 18.

Orientation

As a new student entering Ashland Theological Seminary this Fall Semester you are required to participate in one of our Orientation options. Not only will you learn many important details that will set you up for success at Ashland, you will also get to meet many of the men and women who are here as a resource for you.

On-Campus Orientation Sessions

All Students

8/5/14
6-9pm
All Students
All students are to report to their respective campuses for orientation on Tuesday, August 5, 2014. Orientation will be held from 6:00-9:00pm and a portion of the session will be broadcast via WebEx from Ashland.

2014 Columbus Counseling Student Cohort

8/12/14
8am-4pm
Columbus Cohort

Students in the Columbus Counseling Cohort are to report to campus on Tuesday, August 12, 2014.

Please note that the counseling programs host an additional Counseling Cohort Orientation. Both the Counseling and Seminary orientations are required.


2014 Detroit Counseling Cohort

8/11/14
6-8pm
Detroit Cohort

Please note that the counseling programs host an additional Counseling Cohort Orientation. Both the Counseling and Seminary orientations are required.

Online Orientation

Some new students to Ashland are starting in the Winter or Spring quarters, or even in the summer time. While a face to face orientation is an excellent opportunity to meet faculty, administrators and classmates, this online version provides a lot of the information you need to succeed.

We have compiled for you links to video presentations and all the handbooks, forms, or handouts you may need to assist in getting started with your studies. It is suggested that your view the recordings in the order presented and that you view them completely. At the bottom of the page, we have supplied you with contact information for all the presenters. Please do not hesitate to contact us if we can assist you along the way.


Who to Contact

Glenn Black gblack@ashland.edu 419-289-5151
Renee Johnson rjohns13@ashland.edu 419-289-5704