Welcome to Erskine's Virtual Campus

~ bridging the gap between Erskine and you ~

Since 1837, Erskine Theological Seminary has embraced change as we expand our vision and extend our reach to new student populations, new countries, and new cultures that need high quality theological education. Through the use of technology we bridge the gap between where a student is located to where they believe God is calling them to be. A warm welcome to the Virtual Campus where you are invited to become an active member in the online community.

~ Dr. Mary Lowe, Associate Dean, Erskine Virtual Campus

Future Online Students Current Online Students

 Sample course

Principles of Exegesis (Schwab)
Old Testament II (Schwab)
New Testament II (Melton)
Christian Ethics (Gore)
Christian Education (Lowe)

 Getting started

Online Readiness Assessment

Erskine's Library

Benefits of online courses Online Writing Lab
Fees and expenses Bookstore
Financial Aid Registration
Technology requirements Policies
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    Online intensive courses in J-term
    by Mary Lowe - Saturday, 22 November 2014, 11:06 AM
     

    This is a great opportunity for you to knock out some courses in January. Click here to learn more.

     
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    Student Verification
    by Mary Lowe - Wednesday, 7 March 2012, 9:30 PM
     
    In an attempt to provide ongoing protection of our students' privacy and identification, the EVC has implemented a “Single Concurrent User Session per Username” feature. This has been established so if you, the student (User A), are logged in and at another system another person (User B) logs in again (meaning someone else logs in as you) then the system will log out user A. An email will be sent to the address on file and User A will be able to go to their email - click on a link and remove the incorrect user (User B) from the system.
     
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    Online Student Services
    by Mary Lowe - Wednesday, 11 January 2012, 8:59 AM
     
    As an online student, you now have access to a wide range of online services by way of links to web resources that may be helpful to you. On the left side of the EVC Moodlerooms site, you will see a link to Online Student Services. Clicking that link opens a document which has various links to sites that you can visit. I trust you will avail yourself of these services.