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Authority to Award Certificates

Northwind Institute’s certificate programs are offered under an Exemption for Religious Institutions by the Oklahoma Board of Private Vocational Schools. The Oklahoma Board of Private Vocational Schools ("OBPVS") was created by statute July 1, 1970. The purpose of the agency is to license, regulate, and set standards for the operation of private schools that conduct occupational training.

State of Oklahoma 
Oklahoma Board of Private Vocational Schools

3700 N. Classen Blvd., Ste. 250
Oklahoma City, OK 73118
Phone: (405) 528-3370

Website: www.http://obpvs.ok.gov/ 


 

Authority to Award Degrees

Northwind Theological Seminary’s degree programs are offered under an Exemption for Religious Institutions by the Florida Department of Education Commission for Independent Education. The Commission for Independent Education, an agency of the Florida Department of Education, has statutory responsibilities in matters relating to nonpublic, postsecondary, educational institutions. Additional information regarding Northwind Theological Seminary may be obtained by contacting:

 

The Commission for Independent Education

325 West Gaines Street, Suite 1414

Tallahassee, Florida 32399

Phone: (888) 224-6684.

Websitehttp://fldoe.org/policy/cie/

Educational Associations

Northwind Theological Seminary is a degree-granting Member of the Council of Private Colleges of America, Inc. (CPCA). The CPCA represents its private, faith-based, post-secondary educational institution members before any individual, private or government educational organization. The CPCA educational standards are patterned after our early historical educational institutions of higher learning for the following: faculty, academic curriculum, course development, campus and/or distance learning operations, catalogs, brochures, advertisements, application forms, financial information, and student records and transcripts The CPCA educational standards equal or exceed the minimum standards of the State of Florida and other State Departments of Education. 

 

Council of Private Colleges of America, Inc.
41 N. 20th Street, A -17
Haines City, Florida 33844-4638
Phone:  407-796-9749

Emailinfo@cpca-edu.org

Website: www.cpca-edu.us

Northwind Theological Seminary is a degree-granting Member of the Florida Council of Private Colleges, Inc. (FCPC). The FCPC represents its private, faith-based, post-secondary educational institution members before any individual, private or government educational organization. The FCPC educational standards are patterned after our early historical educational institutions of higher learning for the following: faculty, academic curriculum, course development, campus and/or distance learning operations, catalogs, brochures, advertisements, application forms, financial information, and student records and transcripts. 

 

Florida Council of Private Colleges
41 N. 20th Street, A -17
Haines City, Florida 33844-4638
Phone:  850-633-4080
Emailinfo@fcpc-edu.org

Websitewww.fcpc-edu.org

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In July of 2020 Northwind will join the Digital Theological Library as a member institution.

Master's Degree Students will receive 1 hour of consultation with a DTL Reference Librarian.

Doctoral Students will receive 2 hours of consultation with a DTL Reference Librarian.
Additional hours are available for a fee.

 

As of 10/5/19, the DTL licenses over 600,000 ebooks


 over 275,000 from the last 25 years
 over 160,000 from the last 10 years
 over 63,000 from the last 5 years


o over 150 databases
o over 22,000 journal titles
o over 50,000,000 full-text, peer-reviewed, articles
o over 100,000 musical scores

Articulation Agreements

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Northwind is a member of ACCESS

ACCESS is a community of online Christian educators. We represent a diverse array of learning institutions and organizations, accessible education, and a commitment to making theological education distinctly Christian. Our commitment to online education to be more intentional about expanding our reach. One of our responsibilities as Christians is to be co-missioners with Christ in the mission of the church. We are also intentional about the formation of a community of learners. ACCESS is a unique organization that provides leadership in Christian distance education by collectively engaging a community of scholars, practitioners, and educators.

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Northwind is an educational partner of the Ministers Council ABCUSA

The Ministers Council is an independent, non-profit organization of ordained, commission, licensed and lay Christian leaders. Seminarians are also eligible for membership and encouraged to join.

We are the only ABC organization dedicated solely to the well-being of ministers. We serve in increasingly diverse settings including the local church, specialized ministries of chaplaincy, counseling, coaching and spiritual direction, as well as administration, education and community organizing.

Northwind Theological Seminary has an Articulation Agreement with the National Christian Counselors Association.

The National Christian Counselors Association provides training for Christian Counselors.

 

An Articulation Agreement has been developed to facilitate Graduates of the National Christian Counselors Association Training Programs to transfer their course credits to a Northwind Seminary degree program.

Articulation Agreements are arrangements between institutions that agree in advance, via Memorandum of Understanding to accept each other’s credits in the transfer of specific ministry credentials. In these cases, dually enrolled students take cross-listed courses at either institution. Each institution teaches its own curriculum and courses and accepts transfer credits from the other institution.

Northwind Theological Seminary has an Articulation Agreement with the Sarasota Academy.

Sarasota Academy provides training for Christian Life Coaches.

 

An Articulation Agreement has been developed to facilitate Graduates of the Sarasota Academy Training Programs to transfer their course credits to a Northwind Seminary degree program.

Articulation Agreements are arrangements between institutions that agree in advance, via Memorandum of Understanding to accept each other’s credits in the transfer of specific ministry credentials. In these cases, dually enrolled students take cross-listed courses at either institution. Each institution teaches its own curriculum and courses and accepts transfer credits from the other institution.