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Entering Student Checklist

Fall 2019 Orientation Schedule
  1. Create Seminary Network Account & Password: If you have not already done so as part of your confirmation process, you must first create your PTS network account and password in order to sign in to the PTS community portal (Inside PTS), which allows you to access the materials below and register for classes.
  2. Immunization Verification: All Entering students must verify immunizations before they will be allowed to enroll.
    - Immunization Verification Instructions (pdf)
    - Immunization Verification (Forms A and B) (pdf)
    - FAQ's (pdf)
  3. Health Insurance Enrollment OR Waiver Form (Inside PTS): All full-time students are required to have health insurance. You are required to buy coverage through the PTS Student Health Benefits Plan, or prove that you have sufficient coverage through a parent, spouse, church or employer.
    - Welcome to your 2019-20 Student Health Plan
    - 2019-20 Student Health Benefit Plan (pdf)
    - 2019-20 Student Health Benefit Summary (pdf)
    - 2019-20 Student Administrative Health Fee (pdf)
    - Glossary of Health Coverage and Medical Terms (pdf)
    - 2018-19 Student Health Benefit Plan (pdf)
    - 2018-19 Student Health Benefit Summary (pdf)
  4. Final Academic Transcript Submitted: All transcripts showing that your degree was conferred must be submitted before a student may matriculate at PTS.
  5. PTS Entering Student Survey: This survey collects important and required information and is mandatory for all incoming students.
  6. Visa Matters for International Students: This information is provided to international students from the Office of Multicultural Relations.
  7. Register for Classes (Inside PTS): Registration for incoming students typically opens mid-July.
  8. Housing (Inside PTS): Housing assignments for fall are typically made in the first week of July. Further questions should be directed to the Office of Housing.
  9. Disability Accommodations: Admitted students who would like to request reasonable accommodations are asked to contact Academic Support at academic.support@ptsem.edu.

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