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    Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
    Doctor of Ministry Office
    130 Essex Street
    South Hamilton, MA 01982
    1-800-816-1837
    Fax: (978) 646-4574
    dmin@gcts.edu
    Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. M-F
     

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Express Mail Service

The Doctor of Ministry Office offers you the opportunity to receive or ship your documents through a safe, quick and dependable delivery service. If you want or need your documents quicker, we use an express mailing service that will allow you to receive the documents through DHL or FedEx in three to five (3 - 5) days. Requesting your documents through express mail is at your expense, and your credit card (Visa, Mastercard or Discover cards only) will be charged upon requesting the service. To request express mailing of your documents, go to the  University Express Mail Services website.

You must use the University Express Mail Services website – do not go through the DHL or FedEx website directly. All communication will go through the  service, who will notify us by e-mail that you are requesting your documents to be sent by express mail.

If you use this service, you will be required to create your own user account. To request a shipment, you will need your mailing address, e-mail address, phone number and credit card information. You may request a shipment either to your foreign address, or to a U.S. contact address. If your documents will be sent to a U.S. contact address, please include the name of the person at that address. Pay close attention to the information submitted if any errors in the credit card information or submitting incorrect or incomplete address information will result in a delay in the mailing of your documents.

If you experience any difficulty in registering and processing the shipment, please use the “Help” link in the website for step by step instructions. If you have additional questions about how to use this service, please e-mail support@eshipglobal.com.


Instructions for Sending and Receiving Your Important Documents

Send your documents to the Doctor of Ministry Office - Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

  1.     Register and activate your account at University Express Mail Services. Registration and activation of your account is free.
  2. Select the "Send" option.
  3. Type “Gordon” in the search box, or select it from the drop down list.
  4. Select “Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary” and then "Continue."
  5. Select "Doctor of Ministry" for the specific department and then "Continue."
  6. Complete the shipping form and select "Ship/Quote."
  7. Print airway receipt and label, prepare the package, and take it to FedEx or DHL office nearest to your location to send.

Receive your documents from the Doctor of Ministry Office - Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

  1. Register and activate your account at University Express Mail Services. Registration and activation of your account is free.
  2. Click the “Receive” option.
  3. Type “Gordon” in the search box, or select it from the drop down list.
  4. Select “Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary” and then "Continue."
  5. Select "Doctor of Ministry" as the specific department and then "Continue."
  6. Complete the shipping form, use your student ID as the student ID number, and select "Ship/Quote."
    Note: PO Box addresses are generally not preferred by express carriers. If entering a PO Box address, be sure you provide the complete physical address where the PO Box is located in order to avoid delays or misdeliveries.
  7. On the confirmation page, check your shipment details.
  8. On the same page, complete the credit card information form.
  9. Select "Confirm" to advance to the shipment summary page.
  10. The Doctor of Ministry Office will automatically be notified by University Express Mail Services (eShipGlobal) that you have requested your documents via express mail. You can track the shipment using the tracking number provided.
  11. Receive your documents in 3-5 business days from the date of mailing.