Semlink is a web-based distance education program offered by Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Both residential and non-residential students are encouraged to take advantage of this program. Semlink allows you to study at your own pace, when and where it is most convenient for you. Students are given five or six months to complete a Semlink course.
Although Semlink courses may be started at any time, they are only registered under three semesters: fall, spring and full-summer. Students can complete up to one-third of a degree program through Semlink. In order to begin courses, you must first be accepted to the program. Please see the Admissions Procedure for more details.
Semlink course materials consist of a CD-ROM or an Educational Packet. The course materials contain audio lectures and a study guide with lecture outlines, study questions and a bibliography for further reading. These resources are complemented by Semlink Online - the companion website that provides resources for formation and allows significant interaction among students and between students and instructors.
Before a student begins taking classes on campus, Semlink courses are approximately half the price of a regular course at South Hamilton. To learn more about the Semlink program, tuition fees and course offerings, please visit the Semlink page.