Abilene students are assigned advisors to help them choose classes which will apply to their degree plans. Dr. Randall Maurer advises all MAFM students, and Dr. Robert Ellis advises all entering MDIV students. Before the start of their second semester, MDIV students are assigned another professor who will advise them for the remainder of their time at Logsdon.
Pre-registration for the upcoming semesters begins around the beginning of November for the Spring semester and April for May Term, Summer terms, and the Fall semester. As pre-registration approaches, you may schedule a time to meet with your advisor. After completing a registration form with your advisor’s signature, you will turn the form in to the Office of the Associate Dean of Logsdon Seminary and take a completed Financial Settlement Agreement form to the HSU Business Office. Course schedules are available from the Office of the Associate Dean, your advisor, or here.
Lubbock and San Antonio Campuses
Lubbock and San Antonio students will receive information regarding upcoming courses and the registration forms via email from the Office of the Associate Dean. The registration form should be completed and emailed, mailed, or faxed to the Office of the Associate Dean in Abilene. The student must then complete a Financial Settlement Form and attach payment using check, money order, or credit card and return it to the HSU Business Office.
Lubbock and San Antonio students must complete 1/3 of their degree at the Abilene campus; therefore, they are encouraged to look at the Abilene Course Schedule and consider when they might travel to Abilene to complete this requirement. Abilene schedules are available online.
Corpus Christi Campus
Dr. Doug Jackson advises all Corpus Christi students. Students can view the current or upcoming course schedule at http://www.stscs.org/documents/scs/academic/scs_course.offerings.full.pdf and contact Dr. Jackson (
; 361.991.9403) for an advising appointment.
While Corpus Christi students can complete all of their degree requirements in Corpus; students can also take courses at the Abilene campus at any time.