The Student Relations Office helps students and promotes community by carrying out the following functions: Hearing and responding to complaints
Has NCCT fallen short of your expectations? We want to hear about it. Share your concern by emailing email@example.com or calling 910-395-5593. We will do what we can to address your concern.
Helping students with requests for late drop, withdrawal (“W” grade) and retake credit
Extenuating circumstances prevent some students from completing a course. If this happens please contact our office at 910-395-5593 to discuss your options.
Helping students who aren’t sure where to go for help
Unexpected life events can interfere with your education. When this occurs and you aren’t sure who to contact at NCCT, you can start by contacting Student Relations. We will listen, provide you with assistance, or connect you with the appropriate office at NCCT.
Addressing concerning behaviors
If you are concerned that someone may harm themselves or others, or may be experiencing depression, anxiety or other mental health challenges, submit an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 910-395-5593. We will partner with our Deans to reach out to the individual. If you feel that you are in need of support, you can contact us directly with above information.
Open Access Digital Resources
These databases contain e-books and other multi-disciplinary resources covering a wide range of academic subjects – Bible, Theology, Leadership, Business, History, Culture, Education etc. They are free research web sites that require no individual registration nor sign-in password. Please feel free to use them for your academic research.
- ACL - Biblical Core Section - BCS LibGuide
- ACL Virtual Theological Library Project
- Atla Cooperative Digital Resources Initiative
- Atla Research in Ministry
- B.C Theological Resources
- B.C. Library
- Christian Classics Ethereal Library
- Early Christian Writings
- EBSCO Open Dissertations
- Free Bible Commentaries
- Google Scholar
- Hathi Trust Digital Library
- Internet Archive
- Open Access Digital Theological Library
- Perseus Digital Library
- Project Gutenberg
- Project Wittenberg
- SAGU Public Resources - Theology, Business and Leadership
- Steelman SEU Leadership Database
- Steelman SEU Library
- The Cyber Hymnal
- The Text This Week
- TREN - Theological Research Exchange Network
- Wesley Biblical Seminary Library
Student Nondiscrimination Policy
The North Carolina College of Theology admits students of any race, color, national or ethic origin with all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students of NCCT. The North Carolina College of Theology does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of it's policies, loan programs, or other school administered programs.