11.0 Miscellaneous Information and Policies

11.1 Call to Active Military Service:  Lexington Theological Seminary responds to the needs of students who are called to active military service by being as helpful and accommodating as possible:

When a student leaves after the drop deadline but prior to the withdrawal deadline, the Seminary will:

  • Refund all tuition and fees for the term.
  • Maintain active student status.
  • Retain scholarship status.
  • Enter the grade of W (withdrew) for each course with the reason noted on the transcript.

When a student leaves after the Withdrawal deadline, the Seminary will:

  • Enter the grade of W for all course work unless the course(s) are sufficiently far along to allow the granting of credit and grade for the course(s).
  • Draw up a letter of agreement/contract between the student and each faculty member outlining what work needs to be completed in order for the student to receive credit for the course. (This will be filed with the Registrar.)

The returning student will be allowed a full year after de-activation to complete work for credit.

11.2 Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA):  See Appendix A.

11.3 Changes in Personal Information:  The student is responsible for reporting all changes in personal       information promptly to the Registrar including but not limited to mailing and/or residential address       changes and e-mail address changes.  To change your name a legal document (social security card, marriage certificate, etc.) which shows your legal name must be submitted to the Registrar   The Office of the Registrar will notify all other Seminary offices of the information change(s).

11.4 Recording Policy:  Material prepared for and presented in courses by instructors are their intellectual property.  Therefore, before recording lectures in onsite courses, students must obtain permission from professor or lecturer.  Use of any material (oral, written, or digital) produced by the instructor for the course may not be shared outside the Seminary setting except by written consent of the professor or lecturer.  If used outside the classroom with permission, the student is responsible to provide proper entity, citation and credit for all materials used.

11.5    Cell Phones and Other Devices:  All audible communication devices should be turned off while students are in the classroom, chapel and other areas where audible devices would cause a disturbance.

11.6    Text Books:  Students may obtain books for their courses via personal sources or from a Seminary recommended source.