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The SCC has developed guidelines for the use of the Seminary Study Room.  You can find those guidelines here:

The Fellowship Committee plans seminary-wide events that provide opportunity for students to relax, get to know each other and spend time together when they’re not in class. They plan annual events such as the Fall Picnic and Lenten Lunches.

The Forum Committee provides lunch-time discussion topics occasionally. Students and professors meet together to engage topics of importance to the seminary, church life and students.

The Seminary Kitchen is thought of by some students as the real life-blood of the seminary. Students are invited to bring a mug, hang it on the rack and enjoy coffee or tea together in the morning, after chapel, or just about anytime you have a break.

Learn how the seminary is attempting to “Be Green” and environmentally aware.

The extension site in Lancaster, Pa does not have a campus setting, student organizations and regular chapel. Nonetheless, since classes meet on evenings and weekends, students often share meals together. The small size of the extension student body contributes to familiarity and informality between students and instructors. Vending machines and coffee are located in the kitchen. Hot drinks are available to seminary and counseling students only, since the cost is covered by their activity fees. Microwave ovens are available in the kitchen.