Holmes Institute Mission, Goals, and ObjectivesHolmes Institute Mission, Goals, and Objectives
Holmes Institute’s Mission is to prepare spiritual leaders for service in the global community.
Holmes Institute Goals In support of our mission our goals are to: 1. Provide a quality distance academic program to ministers in training who are capable of benefiting from spiritual leadership study. 2. Provide comprehensive ...Read More
Holmes Institute HistoryHOLMES INSTITUTE HISTORY
Centers for Spiritual Living (formerly known as the United Church of Religious Science) has provided formal education for ministerial students since 1972, originally through Ernest Holmes College School of Ministry. In 1996, that function was assumed by a new entity, Holmes Institute, A Graduate School ...Read More
Transfer of Credits PolicyHOLMES INSTITUTE TRANSFER OF CREDITS POLICY COURSE TRANSFERS
Holmes Institute® curriculum is specifically designed for in-depth study and preparation in spiritual leadership. Consideration for transfer credit for courses taken within the previous 10 years will be given. During the first year of study only, a student may submit requests to transfer a ...Read More
Student Grievance PolicyStudent Grievance Policy
When student grievances arise, students should first contact the persons directly involved in order to seek a solution. Any grievances should be handled in a professional manner. Direct and responsible communication with the Institute faculty and staff is expected. If a satisfactory solution cannot be reached, students may ...Read More
Student Identity Verification PolicyStudent Identity Verification Policy APPLICATION PROCESS
Student verification begins with the initial contact between the student and the administrative registrar. The administrative registrar checks the main Holmes Institute database to see if the potential student is a constituent. If the student is listed, a notation is made in their file that they are ...Read More
Refund PolicyHolmes Institute Refund Policy
Students may withdraw from the program or a course at any time and in any manner. If a student cancels five days after signing the enrollment agreement, he/she receives a refund of all monies paid. If a student decides to withdraw from the course after five business days, ...Read More
Consumer Information Disclosure FormConsumer Information Disclosure Form
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The Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC) is a private, non-profit organization founded in 1926 that operates as an institutional accreditor of distance education institutions. Accreditation by DEAC covers all distance education activities within an institution and it provides accreditation from ...Read More