A. Simply create an Olivet Seminary account and then register for the course of your choice. Follow the prompts on the Olivet Seminary website.
A. You will receive an activation email. Follow the prompts in that email to activate your account. You will need to log in each time you access your course(s). Once logged in, you can access the mini video lectures, virtual labs, assessments, etc.
A. You may take multiple Olivet Seminary courses.
A. Once you sign up for a course and activate your account, click on the “Sign In” button on the class.olivetseminary.org home page. You will need to type in your email address and Olivet Seminary password each time you log in.
A. Please check your browser’s settings to make sure that you have the current version of Firefox or Chrome, and then try logging in again. You may need to click on the activation email link before logging in the first time after new account creations. If you find access impossible, please first go to the Login page and click on the Forgot password link, otherwise contact email@example.com to have your password reset.
Please visit the documentation online for additional troubleshooting issues that you may have before emailing support.
A. If you did not receive an activation email it may be because:
There was a typo in your email address.
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You may be using an older browser. We recommend downloading the current version of Chrome or Firefox.
If you continue to have problems activating your account, we recommend that you try creating a new account. There is no need to do anything about the old account. If it is not activated through the link in the email, it will disappear later.
A. Please check your browser and settings. We recommend downloading the current version of Chrome or Firefox.
A. Please take eight courses: How to Start Church, How to Grow Church, Remember the Heart of the Bible, A Biography of Jesus, Bible-centered worship, History of Christianity 1, History of Christianity 2, Christian Art. (*History of Christianity 1, History of Christianity 2, Christian Art will be updated soon.)
A. After completing your exam answers, please send it to ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’.
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