How to Start a Correspondence Learning Study Group at Global University

Global University is a Christ-centered academic institution dedicated to the spiritual and educational achievement of our students. We offer many resources to support our students, from flexible schedules to financial assistance. But one of the most rewarding resources we provide is our local study group program

Read on to learn about the benefits of local study groups at Global University—and how you can start one yourself!

What is a local study group?

At Global University, we believe that learning and faith grow in communities. That’s why we make it easy to create your own community through our local study group program.

Students can create a partnership with their local church and Global University, so they can start a local study group with other students at their church. Study group classes can then be provided at your church by a local administrator.

Can I start a local study group myself?

Absolutely! Any student who is enrolled in the School for Evangelism and Discipleship, Berean School of the Bible, undergraduate courses, or graduate courses can start a local study group.  

How do I start my own local study group?

First, you’ll need to speak to the leaders of your church to ask for their sponsorship. Together, you’ll need to complete the Study Group Agreement Form. Next, email the signed agreement form to studygroups@globaluniversity.edu, or fax to Global University, Attn: Study Groups, at 417-862-0863.

We recommend getting in touch with the Study Groups support team at Global University by calling us at 1-800-443-1083 or contacting us online.

Correspondence Learning With a Local Community

If you want to enjoy the flexibility and convenience of correspondence learning, but you also want the shared learning experience of on-campus classes, you should consider the Study Group Program at Global University. Want to start the conversation? Contact us today!

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