Student Services

Chapel Services (When able to gather in-person.)

Worship is the spiritual center of seminary life, and Reformed University is dedicated to training Christian leaders whose lives reflect the conviction that both individual and corporate prayer is essential in the pursuit of God’s purposes for holy living and fruitful ministry. During each academic term, Reformed University offers noncredit courses of worship service (INS101 through INS112) to provide the university community with opportunities for worship and spiritual enrichment. 

The students of theological studies are required to register and attend these worship courses each semester, on a pass/fail grading system, and as part of the requirements for completion of a degree program, all students must pass all required Chapel courses to be eligible for graduation. 

Chapel Schedule 

Tuesday: 1130-12:00

Thursday: 11:30-12:00 

Student Employment
  • CPT:

Application Steps:

Read the CPT information and contact your faculty to determine your eligibility to participate in an off-campus internship (paid/unpaid) or employment (not all students will be eligible for CPT).

Search for employment or internship (paid/unpaid) and obtain an offer letter from the company with the information requested in “CPT Request: Section 1” below.

Fill out the “CPT Request” section and send it to the faculty for their recommendation.

Enroll in the internship course, if required.Upload this form and job offer letter at least 10 business days before you wish to begin your CPT.

Note : please ensure that the explanation of “directly related to major” includes the role and responsibilities the student will undertake during their employment and how these responsibilities/duties are directly related to what the student learned in their program.

CPT Application

  • OPT:

Application Steps:

Read the OPT information and contact your faculty to determine your eligibility to participate in an off-campus internship (paid/unpaid) or employment (not all students will be eligible for OPT).

Search for employment or internship (paid/unpaid) and obtain an offer letter from the company with the information requested in “OPT Request: Section 1” below.

Fill out the “OPT Request” section and send it to the faculty for their recommendation.

Enroll in the internship course, if required.

Upload this form and job offer letter at least 10 business days before you wish to begin your OPT.

Note : please ensure that the explanation of “directly related to major” includes the role and responsibilities the student will undertake during their employment and how these responsibilities/duties are directly related to what the student learned in their program.

OPT Application

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Policy and Prevention Plan

The Drug Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 requires institutions who participate in federal student aid programs to provide information to its students, faculty, and employees to prevent drug and alcohol abuse. The University’s Drug and Alcohol Abuse and Prevention Program policy is available here. Information about programming opportunities and assistance programs are available to students and employees with suspected drug or alcohol problems at Student Services. Possible repercussions of violating state and institutional drug and alcohol policies is available in the Student Code of Conduct.

Career Services

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Student Association (SA)

The SA responds to the concerns of the student community, with the understanding that all university activities consist of three major groups of participants: faculty, administration, and students. The association coordinates the activities of Reformed University students as the elected student governing body. The whole student body, through due process, as outlined in the student handbook and in the Constitution of SA, elects officers and members of the Student Association. Its primary functions are to initiate discussion and make decisions concerning student wellbeing and learning environments, coordinate prescheduled and approved student activities throughout the academic year, improve the educational environment of the University, and aid students with the various hardships and difficulties that may arise during the pursuit of their academic goals. The Association helps students to be active in serving the community and to participate in the University programs, provides information regarding student welfare, and acts as a mediator between the University administration and the student body.