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You don’t have to uproot to attend seminary. DTS has fully online programs designed to immerse you in the Gospel story in all 66 books of the Bible and prepare you to serve wherever God calls you.

Community Events

Spring 2024 Online Student Community Events


Fri, 1/12, 12-1:30pm

NOSO Recording

“New Online Student Orientation?

The Online department is excited to welcome you to your first semester at Dallas Theological Seminary and begin one of the greatest adventures of your life! Please join us as we orientate you to the online community and provide you with some key strategies on how to thrive in an online environment.

Wed, 2/7, 7-8 pm CST


Thurs, 2/8, 12-1 pm CST

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“Chat about Chapel (and more)”

DTS chapel services are essential to seminary life. These times allow our community to focus on the triune God, rehearse our mission, and embody our core institutional values as we make disciples of Jesus Christ. Joe Allen, DTS Campus Pastor, and Paige Nichols from the Campus Pastor’s office will join us to discuss important student topics such as pastoral care for DTS students, community prayer opportunities, and everything about chapel (speakers, times, locations, and requirements).

Wed, 3/20, 7-8 pm CST

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Thurs, 3/21, 12-1 pm CST

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“Learning Logos”

Because the study of the entire Bible is a central characteristic of the curriculum, DTS has partnered with Faithlife to provide students with a custom Logos Bible Software package filled with over $14,000 worth of books and tools FOR FREE! In fact, every student who graduates from any master’s or doctoral degree program will keep their Logos package for life! Chris McMaster, Logos Training Specialist, will join us to discuss how to use Logos and get the most out of your Logos Bible Software.

Wed, 4/17  7-8 pm CST


Thurs, 4/18, 12-1 pm CST

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“Technology and the Church”

The swift expansion of artificial intelligence has started to make waves beyond the marketplace and into the church. The application of advanced technology in traditionally human-led worship raises profound questions about the blending of tradition and modernity. It forces us to confront the boundaries of AI’s role and its potential impact on the church. John Dyer, Vice President for Enrollment Services and Educational Technologies; Assistant Professor of Theological Studies, will join us to provide crucial insight into the technology versus human tension in the church conversation.

Questions?Contact Jason Wiesepape ( or Heather Severding (

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Student Stories

Students from all over the world
Some of our online students came to Dallas to tell their stories. Here’s what they said.

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