Full-time students enrolled in The Bible Seminary’s Master’s degree graduate programs are eligible to apply for scholarship funds for student technology resources. Provided to help students with coursework, the resources can also help students graduate equipped, trained, and ready for action.
Resources include a subscription to Logos Bible Software, which is typically delivered to eligible students by their first week of class. Training is provided throughout the student’s seminary experience through classes and special training sessions.
Any technology resources provided by the seminary for student use is considered “on loan” while students are enrolled at The Bible Seminary.
Students who leave the program without graduating and are no longer enrolled at The Bible Seminary must return any resources to the seminary. In this case, retaining copies of licensed software on any other computer(s) or electronic storage medium is strictly prohibited.
Upon successful completion of a degree program and graduation from The Bible Seminary, students are gifted their ministry/study tools and take full ownership of any resources provided as part of the scholarship, as well as full responsibility for any maintenance, repair, and/or replacement costs of any kind.
New, eligible graduate students, if they do not already have it, should receive a Logos Bible Software package, video training resources, additional Logos training, and computer orientation training during new student orientation.