Candler Course Access

Candler Course Access (CCA) is designed to meet the demand of non-degree seeking persons interested in attending Candler courses. To be admitted to the program, CCA participants must complete the application process and receive approval from the registrar’s office and by the academic dean. Participation is limited, based on space availability. CCA participants will be active observers in the class, with the opportunity to attend classes, meetings, engage in classroom discussion, and access course materials (including the Blackboard site); but they will not have individual access to faculty, nor should they expect to submit any coursework (e.g., papers or tests) for grading or evaluation. The CCA fee is $310 per credit hour and is payable upon approval of application. This cost includes the administrative fee, course fee and continuing education unit (CEU) (if desired). Under no circumstances will course access be granted until the fee is paid.

Application Deadlines
Fall Semester: August 1
Spring Semester: December 1
Summer Session: May 1

Applications and registrations will not be accepted after classes begin.

In order to earn academic credit for individual classes, you must apply as a special student

Application and Admission Process

  1. Determine the courses you are interested in by reviewing the course schedules and descriptions.
  2. Complete the online registration.
  3. If you are accepted, you will be notified via email and invoiced for the fee. The registration fee is due one week prior to the beginning of the course. If the fee is not received by the first class meeting, admission will be canceled. If the class is full or you are not accepted you will not be charged.

Approval Process by the Office of Lifelong Learning

Your application and admission is processed by the Office of Lifelong Learning and follows these steps:

  1. Check class space availability with the Registrar.
  2. Send application to the Academic Dean for review and approval.
  3. Send application to the Professor for review and approval. 
  4. Notify auditor of acceptance or rejection of application.

Withdrawal

If a student must withdraw at any point during the course, he or she shall submit a letter to the program coordinator indicating the reason. The program coordinator will inform the instructor of the student's withdrawal.

Emory University Registrar's Office awards Continuing Education Units (CEU) and CEU credit will be sent via an official letter from that office.

For more information, email Rick Kravako, Program Coordinator for Lifelong Learning and United Methodist Studies, or call 404.727.1276.

Mailing Address:
Emory University
Candler School of Theology
Office of Lifelong Learning
1531 Dickey Drive
Atlanta, GA 30322

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