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A student with a PSR academic dispute should first contact the instructor in writing regarding the concern. If the student wishes to appeal the instructor’s decision, he or she should bring the matter to the Assistant Dean for Academic Programs ... Read more »
PSR COMMUNITY COVENANT For the 2015-16 Academic Year PREAMBLE/PROLOGUE Pacific School of Religion – students, staff, faculty, and trustees – seeks to inspire a world of abundance, compassion and justice where all can thrive and flourish. To that end, the ... Read more »
Welcome to PSR Dining! Dining room open Monday – Saturday (closed Sundays and holidays) Monday through Friday 7:30am – 7pm and Noon to 6:00pm Saturday. Hours and walk-in prices (as of August 24, 2016) Monday – Friday Breakfast 7:30 am ... Read more »
PSR is committed to helping students realize their academic potential and eliminate physical, programmatic and attitudes that serve as barriers for students with disabilities. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the American Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 ... Read more »
On some occasions, students may feel that their prior undergraduate or graduate work that is either outside the lapsed-time rule or that has already been used toward the awarding of a prior degree should excuse them from having in essence ... Read more »
All degree and certificate students are assigned an advisor by the Assistant Dean for Academic Programs. The core faculty at PSR serve as student advisors in all degree and certificate programs. Advisors are key to each student's progress through their ... Read more »
Students admitted to the academic doctoral programs at the Graduate Theological Union (GTU) may be affiliated for non-academic reasons with Pacific School of Religion. It is understood that such affiliation is informal and for the mutual support and enrichment of ... Read more »
Obtain codes by emailing deansoffice@psr.edu Access to the Mudd Building, the Computer Lab, Mudd 104, TV Lounge, D’Autremont & the PSR Chapel is provided as a PSR student benefit. All rooms are available on a first come, first serve basis: ... Read more »
PSR provides a full service, in-house Information Technology department to support faculty, staff, and administration; limited support is available for students. Please refer to GTU LINK prior to contacting technical support. Technical support is available Monday to Friday, 8:30 am ... Read more »
In accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, Pacific School of Religion provides information related to crime statistics and security measures to all current students, faculty and staff, and is required to ... Read more »
This chart summarizes some of the common policies of each PSR program with their different parameters such as minimum required units expected length of program maximum total length of each program allowed including time off (leave of absence) what constitutes ... Read more »
Application materials regarding changes in program from the certificate to a degree program, a change in degree program, or an additional degree program are available from the Recruitment and Admissions Office. Students should be aware that these changes require admission ... Read more »
Pacific School of Religion (the School) is committed to fostering, cultivating and preserving a culture of diversity and inclusion. The collective sum of the individual differences, life experiences, knowledge, inventiveness, innovation, self-expression, unique capabilities and talent that our employees invest ... Read more »
Report suspected ethical violations here https://secure.ethicspoint.com/domain/media/en/gui/44244/index.html ... Read more »
For PSR courses, one (1.0) semester credit hour requires the following minimum work: one hour of instructor mediated learning and three hours of outside of class study weekly for an average fifteen (15) week semester. Thus, one three credit hour ... Read more »
The Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 (Public Law 101-226) requires all schools receiving federal funding of any kind (i.e. CWSP, Perkins Loans) to notify all employees of the following on an annual basis and all students at ... Read more »
Email Account Activation /Termination @ses.psr.edu email accounts are created for all PSR students in a graduate degree or certificate program (auditors, Special Students, and continuing education students do not receive email accounts). This account is mandatory and the only email ... Read more »
The following guidelines apply to Pacific School of Religion courses and assume that the student is responsible for explicitly requesting to the instructor the extra time as described below. PSR faculty are encouraged to consider extending for one week the ... Read more »
Contact the Office of Academic Affairs Academic Disputes Policy Accessibility Accommodation and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Advanced Standing Advising Affiliation for GTU PhD Students Building and Facilities Care Guidelines Campus Security (Clery Act Report) Change of Program Commitment to ... Read more »
For all programs except the Master of Arts program, full-time status is achieved at 9.0 units or more per semester, and 4.5 units per semester is considered half time. For MA students, full-time is at 12.0 units or more, and ... Read more »
Grades are pedagogical tools to help students understand two things: (1) where they stand on any one assignment in relation to others in the class (since grading is mainly a comparative matter); and (2) whether they have fully mastered a ... Read more »
All academic-credit-bearing degree and certificate programs of PSR (except for the Certificate of Special Studies) require a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 in order for the certificate or degree to be conferred. A student's written declaration of their ... Read more »
GTU Health Insurance Program for Students (HIPS) Students taking 9.0 credits or more are required (and students taking 3.0 credits or more are eligible but not required) to submit to Kaiser verification of health insurance coverage to register at PSR ... Read more »
Our housing options provide opportunities for students and their families to enjoy the benefits of living in community during completion of their academic program. Our goal is to create an environment where residents may feel truly at home. Housing assignments ... Read more »
Any CONTINUING STUDENT who does not intend to register for degree work or approved field education during any regular semester (fall or spring) must apply for a leave of absence. Such requests, in writing, must be received by the Assistant ... Read more »
In the United States and many other countries, one of the important markers of high academic standards is proper attribution (giving credit) for someone else's ideas, thoughts, words, or methods of scholarship. Proper credit should be given in both oral ... Read more »
The basic assumptions of our statement are: 1. Language shapes and informs our impressions of reality. It is basic to learning. 2. Language informs our attitudinal stereotypes and subtly influences people into roles, positions, status, and other forms of fragmentation ... Read more »
After each semester, student transcripts are reviewed by the Assistant Dean for Academic Programs, who informs the Dean of any students not making satisfactory progress. Satisfactory progress is defined as: Cumulative GPA equal to or greater than 3.0. CSS students ... Read more »
The conduct of each student at Pacific School of Religion shall at all times be consistent with the character and purpose of the school, as an educational institution committed to serving God by equipping leaders for ministries of integrity, compassion ... Read more »
Transfer Policy and Procedure You may transfer a portion of your PSR program from an accredited theological or graduate school if that credit has not already been applied to a conferred degree and if that credit is evaluated by the ... Read more »
Students may not use any hand held devices in the classroom (cell phones, PDA’s, MP3 players, cameras, etc) without the explicit permission of the instructor. All hand held devices should normally be turned off and packed away during class sessions ... Read more »
Students are encouraged to have a consultation with their advisor, the Assistant Dean for Academic Programs & Registrar, or the Dean before filing for withdrawal or accepting termination from a program. While PSR aims to support students in their decisions, ... Read more »
Here you'll find policies and resources for students related to Sexual Harassment at PSR. All active PSR students (registered or unregistered) are required to complete an online Sexual Harassment Training powered by CampusAnswers/WorkPlaceAnswers by the end of the calendar year ... Read more »
Provisional Status Application Purpose Provisional status may be offered for up to 18 months to applicants who do not meet the minimum academic requirements but who otherwise meet admission criteria and standards. The minimum academic requirements for regular admission are ... Read more »
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended, is a Federal law which states (a) that a written institutional policy must be established and (b) that a statement of adopted procedures covering the privacy rights of students ... Read more »
Tuition and Fees PSR Business Office Patrick O'Leary, 510/849-8274 Pacific School of Religion (PSR) offers three payment plans to assist the students in meeting the costs of education. Plan A: Full Payment Payment is due in full by the end ... Read more »
Students may find many different resources in the Student Policy section to help meet their needs. In the case that a student's needs are not sufficiently addressed by existing policies, and a complaint needs to be filed, the following student ... Read more »

Student policies govern campus and academic life at PSR. These policies (listed to the left) are designed by the Dean’s Office and Office of Community Life to set a common standard of expectations that can be shared among faculty, students, and administrators, and to serve as a resource as students move through the school. Please familiarize yourselves with these policies, and if you have any questions or would like any clarification, please contact the dean’s office.

All incoming students taking courses for credit must sign and submit the Statement of Understanding form by the second week of the term or will not be permitted to continue to take courses at PSR.

Please see here for Institutional Policies


 

A student with a PSR academic dispute should first contact the instructor in writing regarding the concern. If the student wishes to appeal the instructor’s decision, he or she should bring the matter to the Assistant Dean for Academic Programs & Registrar. This phase of consultation may involve information gathering from involved parties, an attempt at a resolution, and the student may be advised to submit an Academic Petition form with relevant supporting documentation if needed. If the dispute is not resolved during this phase, or if the student is not satisfied with the decision of the Assistant Dean & ...
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PSR COMMUNITY COVENANT For the 2015-16 Academic Year PREAMBLE/PROLOGUE Pacific School of Religion – students, staff, faculty, and trustees – seeks to inspire a world of abundance, compassion and justice where all can thrive and flourish. To that end, the following Covenant presents qualities we seek to uphold in our life and work together. Building on a foundation of truth, love and our identity as an institution of spiritual faith and practice, PSR desires to create and sustain an environment of “fearless welcome and radical hospitality.” Based on our belief that each individual is divinely empowered to create this community ...
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Welcome to PSR Dining! Dining room open Monday – Saturday (closed Sundays and holidays) Monday through Friday 7:30am – 7pm and Noon to 6:00pm Saturday. Hours and walk-in prices (as of August 24, 2016) Monday – Friday
  • Breakfast 7:30 am until 9:30 am – $9.00
  • Lunch 11:30 am until 1:30 pm – $10.50
  • Dinner 5:00 pm until 7:00 pm – $11
Saturday
  • Brunch 12:00 pm until 2:00 pm -$10.50
  • Self-serve salad bar 2:00 pm until 4:00 pm -$10.50
  • Dinner 4:00 pm until 6:00 pm -$11
Features
  • Fresh fruit, salads and breads
  • Made to order breakfasts
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PSR is committed to helping students realize their academic potential and eliminate physical, programmatic and attitudes that serve as barriers for students with disabilities. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the American Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 prohibits discrimination on the basis of disabilities in employment, education, public accommodations, transportation, state and government services, and telecommunications. According to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, "No otherwise qualified individual with a disability in the United States [. . .] shall, solely by reason of her or his disability, be excluded from the participation in, be denied ...
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On some occasions, students may feel that their prior undergraduate or graduate work that is either outside the lapsed-time rule or that has already been used toward the awarding of a prior degree should excuse them from having in essence repeat a required foundational introduction course that is normally required as part of their PSR program. They may feel that a more advanced course in that required field may better serve their educational needs. Such students may choose to petition for “advanced standing” in their PSR program. With advanced standing status, students may have permission to forego a normally required ...
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All degree and certificate students are assigned an advisor by the Assistant Dean for Academic Programs. The core faculty at PSR serve as student advisors in all degree and certificate programs. Advisors are key to each student's progress through their program and are a great source of support, direction, and academic counseling. For programs that have milestones, you will usually be advisor consult with you on your milestone as needed. For programs that have a thesis/project defense of some kind, your advisor will usually be the primary committee member for your defense. Incoming student advisors or changes to advisor assignments ...
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Students admitted to the academic doctoral programs at the Graduate Theological Union (GTU) may be affiliated for non-academic reasons with Pacific School of Religion. It is understood that such affiliation is informal and for the mutual support and enrichment of the student and PSR. If, for some reason, the student or the school wishes to sever the affiliation relationship, this may be done at any time. After students have been admitted to the GTU, they may apply for affiliation with PSR by completing the Affiliation Application and submitting it to the PSR Academic Affairs department. Applications must be ...
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Obtain codes by emailing deansoffice@psr.edu Access to the Mudd Building, the Computer Lab, Mudd 104, TV Lounge, D’Autremont & the PSR Chapel is provided as a PSR student benefit. All rooms are available on a first come, first serve basis: • Mudd 104 is available when no class is in session there • Computer Room is available 24/7 • TV Lounge is available 24/7 • Dining Hall is available Monday through Friday until 9:30 p.m. • Chapel is available 24/7 when it is not reserved In order to ensure that PSR students enjoy that intended ...
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PSR provides a full service, in-house Information Technology department to support faculty, staff, and administration; limited support is available for students. Please refer to GTU LINK prior to contacting technical support. Technical support is available Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm (PST), except on holidays. IT offices are located below the PSR chapel (enter from LeConte Ave.). Phone: 510/849-8204 E-mail: techsupport@psr.edu Wireless internet connectivity is available to all students, faculty and staff. Wireless coverage includes all of the PSR campus and many of the consortium member school campuses as well. Students ...
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In accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, Pacific School of Religion provides information related to crime statistics and security measures to all current students, faculty and staff, and is required to notify recipients when the report is available. The current PSR annual security report is online. The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act is a federal law, originally known as the Campus Security Act. This legislation requires colleges and universities across the United States to disclose information pertaining to crimes that have been reported or ...
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This chart summarizes some of the common policies of each PSR program with their different parameters such as
  • minimum required units
  • expected length of program
  • maximum total length of each program allowed including time off (leave of absence)
  • what constitutes full time for each program
  • maximum independent study credits SRC 9999's
  • maximum number of incompletes (extensions you can take in a course)
  • minimum number of PSR credit to fulfill residency requriement
  • maximum number of Summer Session credits
  • cross registration limits
  • basic foundational courses
  • milestones, etc.
While this chart does not encompass all requirements for all PSR ...
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Application materials regarding changes in program from the certificate to a degree program, a change in degree program, or an additional degree program are available from the Recruitment and Admissions Office. Students should be aware that these changes require admission procedures and adhere to application deadlines for admission into the desired program. Students changing to or adding the Common M.A. program apply through the GTU Admissions Office. The most common change in degree program is the addition of an M.A. to the M.Div. degree. The combined M.Div./M.A. program requires 105 credits of work normally completed in four years of full-time ...
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Pacific School of Religion (the School) is committed to fostering, cultivating and preserving a culture of diversity and inclusion. The collective sum of the individual differences, life experiences, knowledge, inventiveness, innovation, self-expression, unique capabilities and talent that our employees invest in their work and that our students invest in their studies represents a significant part of our culture. We embrace and encourage our employees’ and students’ differences in age, race, color, creed, national origin or ancestry, ethnic origin, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, medical condition, religion, marital status, domestic partner status, and any ...
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Report suspected ethical violations here https://secure.ethicspoint.com/domain/media/en/gui/44244/index.html ...
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For PSR courses, one (1.0) semester credit hour requires the following minimum work:
  • one hour of instructor mediated learning and
  • three hours of outside of class study weekly
for an average fifteen (15) week semester. Thus, one three credit hour (3.0) course would require a minimum of 12 hours of work per week (3 instructor mediated hours plus 9 outside study hours) for 15 weeks. Time per Credit For each graduate credit awarded by a course at Pacific School of Religion, students should be spending approximately one hour (50 minutes) in contact with the instructor and three hours ...
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The Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 (Public Law 101-226) requires all schools receiving federal funding of any kind (i.e. CWSP, Perkins Loans) to notify all employees of the following on an annual basis and all students at the time of matriculation: The Pacific School of Religion and other GTU schools require that their campuses be drug free. The unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession, or use of a controlled substance while at PSR is prohibited. Abuse of alcohol (including underage drinking) on PSR premises is also not allowed. Violation of this policy will be considered cause for termination ...
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Email Account Activation /Termination @ses.psr.edu email accounts are created for all PSR students in a graduate degree or certificate program (auditors, Special Students, and continuing education students do not receive email accounts). This account is mandatory and the only email address PSR will use for communication with students. All email accounts are issued as <first initial last name>@ses.psr.edu, unless the username is already in use by another student. In that case a number will be appended to the username (example: <first initial last name>1@ses.psr.edu. Your email account will continue to stay active as long as you use it, even after ...
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The following guidelines apply to Pacific School of Religion courses and assume that the student is responsible for explicitly requesting to the instructor the extra time as described below.
  • PSR faculty are encouraged to consider extending for one week the deadline for term papers submitted by ESL students, if the student states that this extended time is for the purpose of securing the assistance of the International Student Tutors or other such editorial assistance.
  • PSR faculty are encouraged to consider permitting ESL international students 50% more time to complete written examinations.
This policy pertains to PSR courses only ...
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For all programs except the Master of Arts program, full-time status is achieved at 9.0 units or more per semester, and 4.5 units per semester is considered half time. For MA students, full-time is at 12.0 units or more, and 6.0 units is considered half time. For agencies that require status reporting during other terms besides Fall and spring the definitions are as follows. During the Intersession term, 3.0 credits is considered full-time, and during the Summer term, 6.0 credits is considered full-time. PSR can verify load status for only courses registered through PSR. Transferred courses or courses taken concurrently ...
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Grades are pedagogical tools to help students understand two things: (1) where they stand on any one assignment in relation to others in the class (since grading is mainly a comparative matter); and (2) whether they have fully mastered a particular assignment or need to do further work on it before moving on to the other issues. Thus, assigned grades should communicate the following. The grade point average (GPA) associated with each letter grade (LG) is also listed below. Letter Grades GPA LG Explanation 4.0 A+ Publishable material; superb work, far beyond the level of excellence generally found in student ...
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All academic-credit-bearing degree and certificate programs of PSR (except for the Certificate of Special Studies) require a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 in order for the certificate or degree to be conferred. A student's written declaration of their intent to graduate from which program(s) must be received by the Office of Academic Affairs before awarding of a degree or certificate can be considered and conferred. Usually this written declaration may be submitted as the Intent to Graduate form submitted to the Assistant Dean. PSR confers degrees and holds a commencement once a year after the Spring ...
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GTU Health Insurance Program for Students (HIPS) Students taking 9.0 credits or more are required (and students taking 3.0 credits or more are eligible but not required) to submit to Kaiser verification of health insurance coverage to register at PSR. The Graduate Theological Union administers health insurance coverage through Kaiser Permanente (KP) for students at Pacific School of Religion and for the rest of the consortium. Information including premium costs for the plan are available on the GTU Health Insurance page. All students taking 9.0 units or more will either submit a Health Insurance Waiver form or enroll ...
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Our housing options provide opportunities for students and their families to enjoy the benefits of living in community during completion of their academic program. Our goal is to create an environment where residents may feel truly at home. Housing assignments are made according to a specific order of priority which takes into account several categories of student status, including whether a student is full- or part-time; continuing, new, or returning; international or domestic. The length of time students are eligible to remain in housing is determined by their course of study. In addition to providing housing for residential students, we ...
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Any CONTINUING STUDENT who does not intend to register for degree work or approved field education during any regular semester (fall or spring) must apply for a leave of absence. Such requests, in writing, must be received by the Assistant Dean for Academic Programs and Registrar before the conclusion of the registration period of the semester for which the leave is requested. Request for a Leave of Absence forms are available in the hall outside Holbrook 135. Failure to either register or request a leave of absence each semester may result in termination which means that a student ...
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In the United States and many other countries, one of the important markers of high academic standards is proper attribution (giving credit) for someone else's ideas, thoughts, words, or methods of scholarship. Proper credit should be given in both oral and written contexts. Proper credit is:
  • When you use an actual sentence from a published article or unpublished essay, including print and digital material, you must put the sentence in quote marks and give a footnote or citation to indicate who said it. The citation should include full bibliographic information. (For further information about correct citation form, see Kate ...
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The basic assumptions of our statement are: 1. Language shapes and informs our impressions of reality. It is basic to learning. 2. Language informs our attitudinal stereotypes and subtly influences people into roles, positions, status, and other forms of fragmentation. It is a key to human relationships. 3. Language can be a creative, liberating force or a captive, oppressing force. It is an expression of shared assumptions and a major factor in all liberation struggles. 4. Both women and men suffer from the use of a male-oriented language which forces personalities into culturally approved roles, limiting free decisions. 5. Our ...
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After each semester, student transcripts are reviewed by the Assistant Dean for Academic Programs, who informs the Dean of any students not making satisfactory progress. Satisfactory progress is defined as:
  1. Cumulative GPA equal to or greater than 3.0. CSS students require GPA 2.0 or greater.
  2. No more than five total incompletes for the MDiv and MDiv/MA and three total incompletes for all other programs.
  3. Completion of at least 75% of the course units for which the student was registered in a Fall or Spring semester term (the “W”, “I”, and the “F” indicate non-completion).
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The conduct of each student at Pacific School of Religion shall at all times be consistent with the character and purpose of the school, as an educational institution committed to serving God by equipping leaders for ministries of integrity, compassion and justice. On rare occasions in every institution, questions arise about whether a student’s conduct on the campus, in academic and non-academic settings, is compatible with the nature and purpose of the institution. When these questions arise, the School has established a Committee on Student Conduct to hold an objective assessment of the facts and make recommendations and/or decisions on ...
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Transfer Policy and Procedure You may transfer a portion of your PSR program from an accredited theological or graduate school if that credit has not already been applied to a conferred degree and if that credit is evaluated by the Assistant Dean as an appropriate part of your program. Furthermore, no credits that fall outside the lapsed-time rule (see time lapse limit in Common Academic Policies chart) may be counted toward the program. Petitions to Transfer Credits should be submitted by the end of the first semester of your program so that a decision may be rendered in ...
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  1. Students may not use any hand held devices in the classroom (cell phones, PDA’s, MP3 players, cameras, etc) without the explicit permission of the instructor. All hand held devices should normally be turned off and packed away during class sessions.
  2. The use of computers in the classroom is a privilege, not a right. Computers should be used for note-taking only. If computers are used for texting, e-mail, or internet connection (without the explicit permission of the instructor), the instructor may revoke the privilege of using a computer in that class. Students with multiple violations of this policy will not ...
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Students are encouraged to have a consultation with their advisor, the Assistant Dean for Academic Programs & Registrar, or the Dean before filing for withdrawal or accepting termination from a program. While PSR aims to support students in their decisions, in many cases, we have policies and suppport in place to accomodate and address the reasons for student departure that would be less severe and irreversible. Withdrawal from Program Withdrawal severs the relationship between the student and PSR. Committees are dissolved, and it is intended to be an irreversible decision. If you are considering withdrawing from PSR, please speak with ...
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Here you'll find policies and resources for students related to Sexual Harassment at PSR. All active PSR students (registered or unregistered) are required to complete an online Sexual Harassment Training powered by CampusAnswers/WorkPlaceAnswers by the end of the calendar year in which they entered. For more information or to sign up for a training, contact registrar@psr.edu. PSR Sexual Harassment Policy Last updated July 2014 Pacific School of Religion (PSR) is committed to providing a work environment and educational community in which all persons who participate in PSR programs and activities can work and learn together ...
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Provisional Status Application Purpose Provisional status may be offered for up to 18 months to applicants who do not meet the minimum academic requirements but who otherwise meet admission criteria and standards. The minimum academic requirements for regular admission are a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university; a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale; and, when applicable, TOEFL test scores that meet minimum acceptable scores. (Cumulative GPA is calculated from all higher education coursework.) Provisional status may also be offered to applicants whose files contain insufficient information for the committee to determine if they ...
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The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended, is a Federal law which states (a) that a written institutional policy must be established and (b) that a statement of adopted procedures covering the privacy rights of students be made available. The law provides that the institution will maintain the confidentiality of student education records. Pacific School of Religion and the Graduate Theological Union accord all the rights under the law to students who are declared independent. No one outside the institution shall have access to nor will the institution disclose any information from students’ education records without ...
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Tuition and Fees PSR Business Office Patrick O'Leary, 510/849-8274 Pacific School of Religion (PSR) offers three payment plans to assist the students in meeting the costs of education. Plan A: Full Payment Payment is due in full by the end of the late registration period. Plan B: Payment Plan 25% down and 3 monthly installments. Payment plan application along with 25% of the balance due must be received in the PSR Business Office by the end of the late registration period. Student must not have any outstanding accounts with PSR nor have had more than 2 late payments ...
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Students may find many different resources in the Student Policy section to help meet their needs. In the case that a student's needs are not sufficiently addressed by existing policies, and a complaint needs to be filed, the following student policies students may refer to: