The 1892 Club provides a dedicated space and time to develop relationships and mentoring within our PhD community through a formal program and open times for fellowship.
The 1892 Club provides a dedicated space and time to develop relationships and mentoring within our PhD community through a formal program and open times for fellowship. It is open to all current PhD students at SBTS, across all schools, departments, and stages of the program, in addition to all professors. If you are in one of these groups, you’re already a member of The 1892 Club!
The 1892 Club meets most Wednesday afternoons during term time. It consists of two elements, which are on either side of the PhD Colloquia:
Wednesdays from 1:00-2:15pm– Mentoring Program
The main focus of the Club, an opportunity to hear from various professors, visiting scholars, students, and others about topics relevant to our PhD community (Library – Lower Level)
Wednesdays from 3:45-5:00pm – Continuing the Conversation
An open, non-planned, drop-in fellowship time for conversation between students and faculty (Library – Doctoral Common Room)
Spring 2018 Schedule
February 7 | Dr. Danny McDonald
February 14 | Dr. Jonathan Pennington
February 21| Drs.Kristen and Trygve Johnson
February 28 | Dr. Bob Yarbrough
March 7 | Dr. Justin Klassen
March 14 | Dr. Paul Hartog
March 21 | Dr. Brian Vickers
March 28 | Dr. David Dockery
April 18 | Dr. Kevin Jones
April 25 | Dr. J.T. English
Southern Seminary offers the D.Min. degree at an affordable cost with a workable payment plan:
|Full Program Tuition Costs*||Down Payment||Payment Plan**|
|SBC||$13,080||$1000 due before first seminar||$335.56/month for 36 months|
|Non-SBC||$17,090||$446.95/month for 36 months|
|*Program Tuition shown is for the 2017-18 Academic Year. Additional fees are subject to the current catalog. Please see the current catalog for full listing of current fees.**36-month payment plan is interest-free if payments are made on time.|
D.Min. students pay $1000 prior to attending their first seminar. The remainder of the program fee is paid through a 36-month interest-free payment plan. All students beyond 3 years or 36 months in the program are charged a Continuation Fee each semester (currently $1000).
Textbooks, lodging, food, travel, and graduation costs are not included in the program fee.
The Cooperative Program of the Southern Baptist Convention helps pay for the tuition of students from Southern Baptist churches, which allows for the reduced price for SBC students. To find out how to join the SBC, Contact the SBC Executive Committee’s Office of Convention Relations.