Our Student Handbook 2012-2013 outlines all of Seabury's policies and student services.
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Services for Students with Disabilities
Seabury-Western aims to assist students living with a disability to engage in academic and campus life as fully as possible. To learn more, please download theStudent Handbook 2012-2013
Transfer of Credits: Seabury accepts DMin credit in transfer for work done at the doctoral level at other accredited seminaries or institutions of higher education, subject to the degree restrictions on number of credits which can be transferred. For students in the joint DMin in Congregational Development program, courses taken at the Church Divinity School of the Pacific (CDSP) are not considered transfer credits. Students in this program may transfer up to two doctoral-level course credits from an accredited seminary or institution of higher education that is other than Seabury-Western or CDSP.
Transfer Students. Students entering Seabury as transfer students will be subject to the degree requirements of the curriculum. Transfer credits older than ten years will not normally be accepted.
Students who wish to apply transfer credits to fulfill required courses must contact the Academic Dean for the Diploma in Anglican Studies program or the Director of Congregational Development for the Doctor of Ministry in Congregational Development program.