Resources from the Registrar

A Message from the Dean of Admissions and Registrar

Welcome to the web page for the Registrar's Office. We hope that this site helps you as you seek to navigate the curriculum in your seminary career. The Dean of Admissions and Registrar’s Office has the privilege to serve students from the time they apply to New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary to the time they graduate. Our responsibility is to navigate the students through their entire degree program so that they may successfully complete their specialization to which God has called them. The Dean of Admissions and Registrar’s Office provides the services of academic advisement, permanent maintenance of all academic records, and provision of transcripts. Our desire is to help students finish the requirements for their degree in a timely manner so that they will be able to go to all parts of the world to fulfill the Great Commission.

Our main objective is to make sure the students of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary are able to understand and interpret the academic policies of the institution that are listed in the catalog. The Dean of Admissions and Registrar’s Office is a resource for students to receive direction in their degree programs.

Dr. Paul Gregoire

Dean of Admissions and Registrar

New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
Attention: Registrar’s Office
3939 Gentilly Boulevard
New Orleans, LA  70126
Phone: (504) 282-4455 Extension: 3304
Fax: (504) 816-8453

For All Students

  • Application Request: How to request an application form for admission to the Seminary to be mailed to you.
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • SelfServe: Use SelfServe to check your unofficial transcript, your class schedule, and other academic information.
    • Log in to SelfServe: Log in to SelfServe to check your unofficial transcript, your class schedule, and other academic information. If you have been a student after 1984 but do not have a SelfServe account yet, please contact the ITC department to find out how to get access to SelfServe.
  • Official Payments Tuition Management System: Information about how to spread your tuition payments across the entire semester, rather than all at registration.
  • E-Mail the Registrar's Office: E-mail the Registrar for help or with questions about official transcripts, registration, Veterans' benefits, international students, etc.
  • Student Request Form: use this form to withdraw from class after the drop/add period, also used for change of degree, substitute a course, incomplete etc.
  • Drop/Add Form: Use this form to drop or add classes during the drop/add period of the semester, or to drop workshops during the time between the end of the registration period and the beginning of the workshop. At any other time, please use the Student Request Form to withdraw from a class. For more details on the policies regarding dropping and withdrawing from classes, please refer to pages 168-69 of the 2013-2014 graduate catalog or pages 71-73 of the 2013-2014 undergraduate catalog.
  • Complete Withdrawal Form: Use this form to completely withdraw from the term. To withdraw from only one class, use the Student Request Form from the section above.
Please note that verification for the current semester will not take place until after the drop/add period ends.





All students who will be graduating in May must fill out the Application for Graduation. The deadline for applying for May Graduation is February 17. Please fill out this form accurately, because it will be used for the Graduation ceremony and the printing of your diploma. Completed applications should be submitted directly to the Registrar's Office. Please contact the Registrar’s Office ( if you have any questions regarding Graduation.

Click here to Apply for Graduation

Doctoral program graduates (DMin, DEdMin, ThM, PhD) must apply for graduation through their doctoral office, which will verify completion of degree requirements and forward the approved application to the Registrar's Office. Graduation applications for students in these degree programs are available on the Web page for each doctoral program. 

All students submitting their graduation application form after the deadline will be charged a $35 late graduation application fee.  


PhD Survey

It is mandatory that all PhD students fill out this survey and deliver it to the Registrar's Office before they are allowed to walk for graduation. Please click on the link below, fill out the survey, print it, and either hand deliver or mail the survey to the Registrar's Office.

Survey of Earned Doctorates (SED)


The mission of New Orleans Baptist Theological
Seminary is to equip leaders to fulfill the Great
Commission and the Great Commandments through
the local church and its ministries.


Biblical Studies
Christian Education
Church and Community Ministries
Church Music Ministries
Pastoral Ministries
Theological and Historical Studies
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