Volume XXVI Number
Records and Financial Aid | Business Office
| Chapel Schedule | Continuing Education
| Counseling Office | President | Public
Relations | Student Life | Student Advisory
Council |Vice President for Academic Affairs | Women's
From the President's Office... (top)
If you would like to receive the Prez Release, monthly commentary from President
Byron Klaus, via email, please visit the Prez Release
Archives to sign up or read sample editions.
From the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs...
The comprehensive examination date and both the M.A.T.S. seminary-quality
paper and the analytical reflections paper (see guidelines
for analytical reflection paper,) deadline for fall graduates is Monday,
Students planning to do a practicum during the 2002 spring semester must
schedule an approval interview with the appropriate practicum coordinator (see course
offering schedule for coordinator) on October 2-5 or October 16-19. Pick up appropriate
forms from the faculty secretary. Practicums will not otherwise be approved.
Counseling Practicums: Counseling practicum applicants must complete
the required application, and present proof of malpractice insurance before approval.
Global Missions Track
Students interested in the possibility of studying in a domestic or foreign
setting should contact Barbara Cavaness (417-268-1083) about the Global
News: AGTS Faculty Receive Awards at General Council
Cavaness was awarded
a 25 Year Certificate for missionary service at School of Missions this past summer.
article "Miracles and Mission Revisited" was published
in The International Bulletin of Missionary Research, October 2001.
From the Office of Admissions, Records, and Financial
This is the final call to register if you plan to finish your degree requirements
this fall or during the spring or summer 2002. Faculty approval is required for graduation,
and to start that process you must register by October 1. Contact Sarah Clark in the Records
Office (268-1025 or email@example.com).
To Apply for Late Loan
Late loans are currently being processed. If you have not yet filled out
the financial aid paper work and want a Stafford Loan for fall 2001, please contact Marilyn
Erickson in the Financial Aid Office immediately (268-1028 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
Important Deadline for
If you have not applied for financial assistance or completed the paperwork
for 2001-02, and would like a Stafford Loan for spring, November 1 is the deadline for
priority consideration. The final cut-off date to apply and have your check available
in January is December 3. The following documents must be submitted and received by the
Financial Aid Office before the deadline:
- Free application for Federal Student Aid and processed by the Central
- Financial Aid Application and Certifications Statement
- Student Loan Data Sheet
- Federal Stafford Loan Master Promissory Note returned to the Financial
For questions, forms, or further information contact Marilyn Erickson in
the Financial Aid Office. (268-1028 or email@example.com)
For information related to student life (e.g., privacy of student records,
attendance policies and procedures, dress policies, etc.), see the Student Handbook, available
electronically on the Student Life page.
It is also available on any computer in the computer lab by doing the following:
- Double click on the folder entitled Public Documents located on the desktop
- Double click on the document entitled Handbook.
From the Public Relations Office... (top)
and Chapel Schedule Online!
The new AGTS Community Calendar, located online at legacy.agts.edu,
contains AGTS community events, important deadlines, and the chapel schedule. Get to it
by clicking on the little calendar image on the left sidebar of each page. You can browse
through the current month or view previous and future months by clicking Prev.
or Next at the bottom left of the calendar page.
From the Business Office... (top)
Applications for spring 2001 scholarships are available in the Business
Office or online. The deadline for filing is
October 12. Award letters will be sent out by November 1. Your accounts must be current
in order to be considered for an award.
All scholarships for the fall term were posted to accounts on or before
September 17. Please examine your next billing statement carefully and notify the Business
Office of any errors or if an award you were expecting did not post to your account.
Deferred Payment Dates
The final deferred payment dates for the fall term are October 2 and
the Counseling Office... (top)
Ministering to the Needs of Victims of Terrorism: Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Counseling Office will host a Mental Health Brown Bag Luncheon for pastors, counselors,
chaplains, students and those interested in ministering to needs in the community. Bring
your lunch and participate in this discussion with AGTS professor Mark Bradford in room
233, Wednesday, October 3, 12 p.m. For more information, contact Angie Reid (417-268-1085).
The lecture is free.
Disorder: Every year, millions of Americans are affected by both natural and human-caused
disasters. Such stressors place survivors at risk of behavioral and emotional readjustment
problems. PTSD is one of the enduring consequences of traumatic experiences. Such experiences
are quite common and have been identified throughout recorded history.
Most disaster survivors
only experience mild, normal stress reactions, and disaster experiences may even promote
personal growth and strengthen relationships. However, as many as one in three disaster
survivors experience some severe stress symptoms, which may lead to lasting PTSD, anxiety
disorders, or depression.
Those who assist survivors
of traumatic events often ask themselves such questions as, What symptoms should
I look for? What can I do to help? and, How should I answer the questions
of children? If youve asked yourself these and other questions, this discussion
is for you.
From the Office of Continuing Education... (top)
632 "Test and Measurements" with Melody Palm, Oct. 8-12
530 "Old Testament Theology" with Roger Cotton, Oct. 15-19
531 "Methods of Biblical Preaching" with Richard Dresselhaus, Nov. 5-9
534/HISM 548 "History of Jewish-Christian Relations" with Ray Gannon, Nov. 12-16
All fall modules are Monday-Friday from 1-5 p.m./6-10 p.m. Syllabi available in the C.E.
From the Office of Student Life... (top)
Free Evangel Football
Game, October 20, 1:30 p.m.
On October 20, Evangel
will host Avila College at Kennedy Stadium, 1:30 pm. They have invited AGTS students,
faculty and staff and their families to attend free of charge. Your AGTS picture ID card
will be your free ticket.
the Women's Fellowship Group, Klasis... (top)
Fall Meeting: Brunch at
the Klaus House
When: Saturday, October
6, 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Where: 6527 N. Crystal
Valley Lane. Go north on Glenstone, make a left on farm road 68, the second left is Crystal
Valley. Turn into the third driveway on the right (approximately nine miles north of the
seminary). Farm road 68 is 1.5 miles north of the flashing light/stop sign intersection
at AA. If you get to WW or KK you have gone too far.
Childcare is not provided.
Call Lois (833-6814) if you have any questions or need additional information. Please
RSVP attendance only to Lois.
From Student Advisory Council... (top)
SAC Seeks to Serve
Please call (417-268-1066)
or stop by the SAC office (Room 219) and visit anytime. SAC is here to serve you in a
variety of ways that we pray will bless your over all seminary experience.
If you know of a student
or a student's family who is in need of some financial assistance, please contact Valerie
Arguello, SAC president, or Ebby Anyamba, SAC treasurer.
SAC would like to thank
all those students who helped during Student Orientation and the Fall Picnic. Your time,
energy, and acts of service are greatly appreciated!
Student Chapel High-Lights
- SAC President: On
Thursday, October 4 our SAC President, Valerie Arguello will share a message during chapel
entitled "You're Not Crazy, You're Called". The message is geared towards this
year's SAC 2001-2002 theme: Vessels of Destiny.
- SAC Secretary: Cheryl
Adcock, our SAC Secretary will speak during chapel on Wednesday, October 17.
SAC Events for October
*Please check you mailbox
for a complete description of the following events:
- October 4 SAC Lunch
(11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.) & Dinner (6:00 p.m)
- October 12 Parent's
Night Out and Singles Potluck
- October 27 AGTS Hayride
- October 31 Brown Bag
Take Five? Seek Him for
Agree in prayer with
other students for a few minutes or longer during these weekly times:
- Monday evenings, 8:30-9:30
p.m., Prayer Chapel
- Tuesday mornings,
8:30-9:30 a.m., Prayer Chapel
- Friday afternoons,
2-3 p.m., Seymour Chapel
Ask and receive. God
your faithful involvement in one of the following ministries (click on a ministry's name
for more information about that ministry):
Thursday, August 12, 2010 11:30 AM