Theological Studies Handbook

TS Handbook (PDF)

This Handbook is a resource for MTS students, faculty, and staff. It introduces the people, partnerships, policies, and procedures that guide and support students in this program at Waterloo and Grebel. 

General Information | Prospective and New Students | Enrolment and Courses | Finances | Research Paper and Thesis | Community Life | Services and Resources | Important Dates

General Program Information

Prospective and New Students

 Reserch Paper and Thesis

  Important Dates

Contents

Welcome to Theological Studies

1.  Overview of the Program

1.1 Options

1.2 Core Courses and Other Courses

2. The University of Waterloo, Conrad Grebel University College and the MTS Program

3. People

3.1 Teaching Faculty at Conrad Grebel University College

3.2 Other Contacts in Theological Studies

3.3 Administrators at Grebel

4.  Prospective Students

4.1 Inquiries

4.2 Application Procedures

4.3.6 International Students

4.4 Admission

5. New Students

5.1 Orientation at the University of Waterloo and Grebel

5.2 Academic Integrity Module

5.3 Email

5.4 Quest

5.5 WatIAM

5.6 WatCARD

5.7 Waterloo LEARN

5.8 Library

5.9 Study Space and Lockers

5.10 Students with Disabilities

5.11 Graduate Student Association

5.12 Local transit

5.13 Housing

6. Student Enrolment and Policies Regarding Courses

6.1 Full-time or part-time status

6.2 Continuous Enrolment

6.3 Degree Time Limits and Extensions

6.4. Transfer credits

6.5 Advanced standing

6.6 Selecting and Confirming Courses

6.7 Incomplete “INC” Grades

6.8 Participating Visitors

6.9 Taking Courses in Another Program or Institution

6.10Course Drop/Adds

6.11 Language Courses

6.12 Directed Readings in Theological Studies

6.13 Style Guide

6.14 Grading and Graduation Requirement

6.15 Academic Integrity

6.16 Weather / Emergency Closing Guidelines

7. Finances

7.1 Tuition and Fees

7.2 Payment Procedures

7.3 Financial Aid

7.4 Full-Time Tuition Scholarship

7.5 Promissory Notes for Funding

7.7 Research Assistantships and Marking Assistantships

8. Research Paper and Thesis

8.1 Research Paper and Research Seminar

8.2 Thesis

9. Community Life

9.1 Orientation

9.2 TS department initiated social events

9.3 TS student initiated social events

9.4 Dining Room/Cafeteria

9.5 “Common Ground” self-serve coffee and snack bar

9.6 Study space

9.7 Worship

9.8 Music

9.9 Chaplain

9.10 Convocation/Graduation

9.11 Conference participation

9.12 Shared governance

10.  Services on Campus and Contact Information

10.1 AccessAbility Services

10.2 Counselling Services

10.3 Centre for Career Action

10.4 Student Success Office

10.5 The Writing and Communication Centre

10.6 Graduate Student Association and the Grad House

10.7 Parking and Bicycle Use

10.8 Retail Services on Campus

10.9 Services for International Students

10.10 Child Care

10.11 Health Services

10.12 Athletics

10.13 Teaching

11. Important Dates

11.1 Academic Term Dates and Deadlines

11.2 Grebel Dates