and Information for the AGTS Community
Volume XXVIII, Number 7
- Friday, March 18
- Prospective students can register online
- Activities begin at 8:15 a.m. in the Great Hall.
- For more information,
contact the Enrollment Office.
Final Exams Week
- April 18-22
- Schedule is posted on the web at legacy.agts.edu
Where in the world is Dr. Klaus?
- March 10-12—Society for Pentecostal Studies,
Regent University, Virginia Beach, Virginia
- March 13—Living Hope AG,
Forest Hill, Maryland
- March 16-17—Child Hope Network
board meeting, Springfield, Missouri
- March 28-30—Speaking
at Tennessee Assemblies of God District Council, Chattanooga,
- Retreat to the trappist monastery in Ava, Missouri
has been rescheduled for April 8 & 9.
- If you are interested
in attending this retreat, see Amy Turnage in the Student Services
Outstanding Summer Class
- Vitally important topic: Conduct Worthy
of Gospel: Spiritual Ethics in Postmodern Society
- Taught by Dr. Murray Dempster, president of Vanguard
University in Costa Mesa, California
- Module class—June
- Monday, February 28—Friday, March 4
- SAC has completed wireless coverage to previously
uncovered areas of the building.
- Students may now print to a
SAC provided high-speed wireless printer. Information
regarding printer accessibility is available at the library circulation
Reminder for Spring Graduates
- Comprehensive examinations and the deadline for submitting
analytical reflection papers is Monday, March 14.
available at legacy.agts.edu.
- Contact Norma Simmons if you have
Business Office News
Jeff Dornbusinessoffice@agts.edu or
March Deferred Payment
- The third deferred payment for the spring term is
due by March 15.
- Past due accounts will be assessed a $25 late
Building Hours for Easter Weekend
- Administrative offices will be closed on Good
Friday, March 25.
- The library will be open from 10 a.m. to 6
- Please note the building hours during the holiday
- Friday, March 25–10
- Saturday, March 26–10
- Sunday, March 27–Closed
- Regular building hours will resume
on Monday, March 28.
Records & Financial Aid News
- Plan to register for summer and/or fall classes as
soon as possible.
- See legacy.agts.edu for further details.
- The spring semester ends on Friday, April 22
- Grades will be
available in student mailboxes on May 6.
To Apply for Summer Financial Aid
- If you received financial aid this semester, just
complete a summer student loan data sheet.
- If not, the
following documents are available in the Financial Aid Office
or online at legacy.agts.edu and must be received by the deadline.
- FAFSA (2004-2005) must be
completed/processed by Central Processor
- Financial Aid Application
and Certification Statement Sheet
- Federal Stafford Loan Master
Promissory Note (only one MPN while attending AGTS is required)
- Work Study application, if interested
- Final Deadline—March
Apply Now for Fall Financial Aid
- The 2005-2006 FAFSA is available at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
on “Fill out a FAFSA or “Fill out
a Renewal FAFSA (for students who borrowed in 2004-2005).
completing the FAFSA, submit your request with your PIN number.
completed AGTS Financial Aid Forms (pick up in Financial
- Deadlines for Fall Financial Aid
- Priority Deadline—March
- Secondary Deadline—April 30
- Final Deadline —July
- Please note that in order to provide the best service
for students who complete the process on time, there will be
NO EXCEPTIONS to the above deadlines
- AGTS students, faculty, and staff can now request
books online from any libraries
that are members of the SWAN Cluster in the
MOBIUS Consortium (this includes SMSU, Drury, BBC, and Forest).
requested online from SWAN libraries will be shipped to the
AGTS library and may be picked up from and returned to the
AGTS Library Circulation Desk.
- For more information on SWAN
and a list of SWAN libraries, please visit the Library Handbook
on the AGTS Library Website at http://legacy.agts.edu/lib/library_information/handbook.html and select “Introduction
to MOBIUS and SWAN” from the contents.
- For instructions
concerning how to place requests online, select “Requesting Books through SWAN” from
the handbook contents.
SAC International Gathering
- Special gathering for international students will
be held on April 2.
- Event details will be distributed to international
- Elections will occur in March.
- Voting information will
be posted outside the Chapel.
- Samaritan’s Purse received approval from USAID
for their $11,000,000 AIDS youth education program for four
nations of Southern Africa. Kerus Global Publishing was
appointed to create the training programs. In January, Dr. Mostert
met with the writing team in Virginia Beach, Virginia to serve
as a consultant for this project.
- Dr. James Hernando, “The Church as a Transformational
Agent in Society: The Parable of the Good Samaritan,” published
in Encounter Journal , Spring 2005.
- The following faculty
had articles published in the Spring 2005 issue of Enrichment
- Dr. James Hernando, “Dealing with Conflict
and Criticism–Lessons from the Apostle Paul.”
Lori O’Dea, “When Cultures Clash:
Resolving Conflict Between Moderns and Postmoderns.”
Joseph Castleberry, “Worship and the Brain:
Physical Dimensions of the Worship Wars.”
- Mario Guerreiro will be on the road:
- March 22—Latin American
- March 23—Vanguard University
- March 24—Life
- March 28-30—Southern California District Council
NCCAA National Basketball Tourney
- Jason Bowman will be recruiting students during
the NCCAA National Basketball Tournament to be held at CBC on