Credit Card Payments:
Effective September 2011, students may pay tuition, fees, housing and other charges by credit card through Web Advisor.
Payments may be made through Web Advisor for fall and spring semesters beginning with the General Registration period and beginning Jan.1 for Intersession.
CDSP has contracted with Official Payments Corp. (OPC) to process VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express credit cards, and electronic checks (E-Checks).
The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) and Doctor of Theology (Th.D.) programs are offered by the Graduate Theological Union (GTU).
Students may elect to affiliate with CDSP. Students who choose to affiliate with CDSP do so by writing to the Dean of Academic Affairs at CDSP. Reasons for affiliation with CDSP may include the desire to be part of this community of faith or the intention to work closely with the faculty of this school.
CDSP depends on the honesty and integrity of community members in order to function. Honesty in following examination protocols and for presenting one’s work as one’s own is fundamental to the ethos of the academic community. In addition, it is assumed that those intending leadership in the church will commit themselves to honesty in all their dealings. Evidence of failure to maintain this integrity in the academic environment of CDSP is therefore a serious matter.
Definition: (from the GTU Plagiarism Policy, GTU Doctoral Handbook)
Easton Hall Conference Center is a Guest House with no 24-hour, hotel-style front desk. Check-in: Please check-in at the CDSP Reception Desk in Shires Hall, 2451 Ridge Road, between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Monday – Friday.We accept cash, check or credit card (MasterCard™ or Visa™).For reservations with an arrival date on Saturday and departure on Sunday or for same-day late arrival requests, please call the Easton Hall Convention Center at (510) 204-0732, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. so that we can accommodate your request.