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Welcome Barbeque

Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 5:30pm

Welcome BBQ for all entering students in all programs across consortium.

Quad, Pacific School of Religion, 1798 Scenic Avenue, Berkeley

Students with Disabilities

This section has been designed to provide GTU students with disabilities with ready access to the information and forms you may need.  For further information, contact the Dean of Students at 510/649-2464.

Accommodations for Differently-Able Students (Students With Disabilities)

Request for Accommodations form

Women and Religion Student Conference

Women’s Studies in Religion hosts

The Second Annual

Women & Religion Student Conference

 

March 1, 2013

 

Tucson Room at the

Church Divinity School of the Pacific

2451 Ridge Road

Berkeley, CA 94709

 

Moodle Help for Students

Videos



Student Guides to Moodle

Click here for a PDF of the Moodle presentation given at the orientation

Borrowing Privileges

Borrowing Materials from the GTU

 

Library Cards

On-campus 

Application for a GTU Library card must be made in person. You must have your library card with you to check out items; no items will be checked out to you without your library card. Library cards are not transferable and should not be used by anyone other than yourself.

Ready Reference Links

READY   REFERENCE   RESOURCES

 

•  Academic Papers, Style  and Writing Guides

Turabian Quick Guide:  Examples of citations from Turabian.  

Subject Bibliographies

We are in the process of updating our guides, for the most current resources check GRACE, our catalog. Our new guides are here.

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For Students


Many resources are available to GTU students. The links below are provided as a quick way to locate student information:
 

GTU Doctoral Student Carmen Lansdowne Selected to Receive Second Prestigious FTE Fellowship

Carmen LansdowneCarmen Lansdowne, a GTU doctoral student in Interdisciplinary Studies, has been selected to receive a 2011 Fund for Theological Education (FTE) North American Doctoral Fellowship, a competitive national award with a stipend of between $5,000 and $10,000. Lansdowne, whose research interests include urging the prophetic witness of churches to address the continuing injustices facing native peoples in the Americas, was also a North American Doctoral Fellow in 2010.

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