LAMP Seminary utilizes a Learning Site Model to facilitate courses in the local church. The Learning Site model has been very successful in maintaining the student’s connection with the local church and presbytery. Currently, LAMP has over 50 Learning Sites across the country.
Even though establishing Learning Sites is our preferred model we have discovered some students whose local church is not equipped to host a Learning Site and we are happy to offer those students our Virtual Student option. Virtual Students will take LAMP courses using the Virtual Cohort Program (VCP). Virtual Students will go through the normal student application process but instead of a Site Coordinator the Virtual Student will have a local Academic Advisor.
The local Academic Advisor is a Teaching Elder at the student’s local church who will maintain a relationship with the student and give his approval for the Virtual Student to register for a VCP course. The relationship between the Virtual Student and the local Academic Advisor will maintain the local church connection, which LAMP Seminary holds in high value.
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