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Quality Enhancement Plan

Contact Us

Front Desk
(919) 761-2251 or circdesk@sebts.edu

Reference Desk
(919) 761-2258  or reference@sebts.edu

The Library

114 N. Wingate Street, Wake Forest, NC 27587

 
Regular Schedule*

Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday:
7a.m. - 10p.m.
Wednesday: 7a.m. - 6p.m.
Friday: 7a.m. - 5p.m.
Saturday: 10a.m. - 5p.m.
Sunday: Closed
During Fall & Spring Semesters, the Library closes for Chapel services on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am to 11am.

*Please note that check-out stops 15 minutes before closing

 
Computer Lab Hours
Monday: 7a.m. - 9:45pm
Tuesday: 7am -9:45pm
Wednesday: 7am - 5:45pm
Thursday*: 7am - 9:45pm
Friday: 7am - 4:45pm
Saturday: 10am - 4:45pm

*Note: the Lab is regularly closed for classes on:
Thursdays 3:30 pm-6:30 pm
The lab & copy center are run by the IT Dept.
If you need assistance in these areas, contact them at (919) 761-2277
 
Archives/Closed Shelves/Baptist Materials Room Hours

Monday-Thursday: 8am - 5pm
Friday: 8am - 4pm

Contact Us:
(919) 761-2329
libarchives@sebts.edu

The Archives is also open by appointment. Please call Bill Youngmark at (919) 761-2329.


In 2009, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and The College at Southeastern developed its Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) in order to improve critical thinking through writing in the academic areas.
 
Heartily embraced by Southeastern’s deans, directors, and faculty, the QEP’s mission at Southeastern aims to improve and encourage a focus on critical thinking and writing.
 
In partnership with designated writing-intensive courses, the Writing Center seeks to facilitate the QEP by providing formative feedback on written drafts, helping student-writers enter into, understand, and engage their academic community.
 
The QEP strategy is to produce critical thinkers and writers in three writing-intensive (WI) courses: Hermeneutics (BTI1100) focusing on critical analysis and exposition, Theology I (THE3110) focusing on deductive synthesis and application, and History of Ideas IV (HOI2120) focusing on worldview analysis. The QEP aims not only to integrate critical skills with disciplinary content but also to create critical thinkers who write arguments critically, cogently, and clearly across the curriculum in the academic areas.
 
The QEP goals at the end of five years are: all student-writers will think more critically, argue more persuasively, and communicate more clearly. Southeastern expects the QEP to provide a valuable educational experience for students by the development of their critical thinking and written communication. The QEP’s focus on a learning-centered and enriching educational environment are consistent with Southeastern’s mission and core educational competencies.

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • Post Office Box 1889
  • Wake Forest, NC 27588
  • Phone: (919) 761 - 2100
Our Mission
  • Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary seeks to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ by equipping students to serve the Church and fulfill the Great Commission.
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