Holmes Institute School of Consciousness Studies
Class and Student Portal
IMPORTANT: Class Registration does NOT take place here.
To Register, please click on: WWW.OURCSL.ORG and login with your CSL login and password (not your login and password for this class and student portal.) If you need login instructions for www.ourcsl.org, you will find them on this portal site under Topic 2 in the Student Lounge.
Holmes Institute Class and Student Portal
Class Information, News Forums, and General Information
for Enrolled Holmes Institute, Ministerial Students and Faculty.
Term: Monday, Sept. 12 – Monday, Dec. 5, 2016 (12 weeks)
APPLICATION DEADLINE OCTOBER 1, 2016
APPLICATION DEADLINE OCTOBER 1, 2016
Student Pre-Registration Conference: Monday, Nov. 7, 2016, 5:00 PM Mountain Time,
4:00 PM Pacific Time
Required for new students
Registration begins at 9am Mountain Time, Wednesday Nov. 9
at 9am Closes at 5pm Mountain Time,, Wednesday Nov. 30, 2016 Term: Monday, Jan. 9 – Monday March 20, 2017 (10 weeks)
Registration begins at 9am Mountain Time, Wednesday Nov. 9 at 9am
Closes at 5pm Mountain Time,, Wednesday Nov. 30, 2016
Term: Monday, Jan. 9 – Monday March 20, 2017 (10 weeks)
Holmes Institute Mission
To prepare spiritual leaders for service in the global community.
In support of our mission our goals are to:
- Provide a quality distance academic program to ministers in training who are capable of benefiting from ministerial study.
- Provide comprehensive support services to help students achieve their personal, vocational and academic potential.
Holmes Institute Objectives
The institutional objectives are singularly focused on Consciousness Studies; they are to prepare students to be able to successfully:
I. Evaluate, adapt and apply theories and practices in the fields of Education, Leadership, Philosophy, Science, Psychology and Religion to facilitate spiritual development in self and others, and develop an awareness of the function of spiritual community in human development.
II. Analyze, apply and practice the values of a spiritual leader, including the development of personal and community vision and the fostering of congruence through the teaching and practice of the values that flow from that vision.
III. Assess, apply and adapt world cultural and spiritual traditions to bring a global spiritual perspective to the challenges and opportunities of contemporary individual and community spiritual life.
Upon completion of their studies, graduates will be able to:
A. Adapt and apply fundamental theories and practices in
4.Science and Spirituality
B. Teach and demonstrate spiritual development by:
1.knowing and applying the practices of spiritual guidance
2.knowing and applying the leadership practices of administration and community organization
C. Describe and practice the formation of personal and community vision and values by:
1.facilitating, formulating and teaching vision building practices
2.identifying the values that proceed from vision and the relationship between vision, value and personal conduct
3.facilitating community learning activities regarding the practice and application of vision and values
D. Examine and apply the major world religious traditions and can analyze, combine and select aspects of these teachings for application to contemporary spiritual life
IMPORTANT: Your class news forums, syllabi, etc. are posted under the classes in the categories linked to this page as usual.
Please double check your registration before clicking on "Submit." Refunds are usually given by check and can take several weeks.
If you want to take more than 2 distance classes during a quarter, you MUST request special permission from your regional Dean or Faculty Adviser.