Fuller Seminary Student Handbook

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Expectations of Computer and Internet Access

Fuller Theological Seminary expects that its students will have consistent access to a computer and to the Internet during the course of their studies for the purpose of academic work and for receiving student services. Many student services are only available online, including the course schedules, registration, academic catalog, the student handbook, grade reports, student account information, and financial aid applications. https://www.fuller.edu/students

Many faculty members may require their students to do research for their courses on the Internet. In addition, most faculty members will receive coursework as electronic documents submitted via e-mail; many require this.

For those students who do not have access to a computer, the seminary provides limited access to computers in the McAlister Library and the Student Service Center. However, you will be best served by having your own computer and broadband access to the Internet.

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