University of the Saints (UOS)

University of the Saints, Southwest Campus

Training dates and locations:

February 1-2 Ephesus New Orleans

February 22-23 Fondren Church

March 1-2 Shreveport Philadelphia

March 22-23 Arkansas

April 5-6 Dallas City Temple

April 12-13 Austin Alpha

ADMISSION

Application Procedure

When and how to register—Committed students can register and pay online at www.universityofthesaints.eventbrite.com, or mail all required forms and fees to the Office of the Registrar:

Southwest Conference
Attention: UOS Registrar
P. O. Box 226289
Dallas, Texas 75222

Registration Requirements

Registration form —Please complete the registration and commitment forms as provided.

Recommendation form — Two letters of recommendation are required, one from your local church pastor and one from a friend. The forms are provided.

Student commitment form — The student commitment form must be signed by the student and the local pastor.

Graduation requirements

Active involvement—To remain your class standing in preparation for graduation, you must actively participate in at least one evangelistic meeting and/or Bible studies during the first year of the course. During the second year, you must conduct at least one evangelistic meeting and seven Bible studies.

Required reading—Students must read the required materials prior to each class. A signature card requiring your local pastor’s signature will be provided.

Course completion—Upon completing your studies, UOS will issue you a Certificate of Completion.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION

Semester Tuition

Cost per semester is $7 per person, plus a small processing fee of $2.99.

Tuition

UOS has been subsidized by our partners in ministry which help us keep tuition at a minimum of $7 dollars per semester.

Financial aid

It is the purpose of the University to make the training as affordable as possible. If the student is unable to pay for the following reasons—unemployment, disability, financial setbacks including bankruptcy, the school will refer you or wave all fees, but we encourage every student to contribute financially toward their education.

Personal Ministry department—The University will be partnering with the local churches and the personal ministries leader and the Conference Personal Ministries Department to make the once in a lifetime opportunity accessible for all.

Financial aid is available and should be coordinated through the Provost. Contact UOS administrative office.

BASIC TRACK
Church History/Regional Church History 101

Understanding people and discovering your gift 102

Making the appeal 103

The Bible Study 104

Small group ministry 105

The art of friendship and voice 106

Overcoming fear 107

Fundamental doctrines 108

The Great Commission 109

Techniques 110

Preaching and evangelistic sermon 111

Dos & Don’ts of reaching people of African or Hispanic Descent

REQUIRED READING
(Required for Basic Track)

Bible (KJV)

Seventh-day Adventist Church Manual, 19th Edition, Revised 2015

by General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Distributed by Pacific Press Publishing Association. Copyright 2015. ISBN: 9780828028219

Seventh-day Adventists Believe

by General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Distributed by Pacific Press Publishing Association. Copyright 2018. ISBN: 9788472086463

A Brief History of Seventh-day Adventists

by George R. Knight, Review and Herald Publishing, Copyright 2000.

Christian Service

by Ellen G. White, Distributed by Pacific Press Publishing Association.  

Christ’s Object Lessons

by Ellen G. White, Distributed by Pacific Press Publishing Association. 

Desire of Ages

by Ellen G. White, Distributed by Pacific Press Publishing Association.  

Evangelism 

by Ellen G. White, Distributed by Pacific Press Publishing Association.