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Request New Membership
Membership in Scholars Online indicates a commitment to participate within a community of teachers and scholars where all individuals are willing to be challenged by new ideas, to grow in understanding of creation and God's call to ministry, and to treat with courtesy and respect those who do not necessarily share one's own convictions. Members may be adult or minor students, parents sponsoring students, alumni of ISLAS courses, and all teachers.
If you think you already have an account with Scholars Online but cannot remember your username or password, please do not create a new account! Use the EMAIL US link below and request that we check our records for your account information and issue you a new password.
Step 1: Create a primary Adult account
Every minor student must have an adult sponsor who is a member of Scholars Online, who can enter into a legal contract and be responsible for the student's financial obligations and academic planning, and with whom we can consult in case disciplinary situations arise. An adult may sponsor more than one minor student.
Step 2: Log into your new account
Once you have completed the request, log into your new Account Management Center using the LOGIN link at the bottom of any page.
Step 3: Create Student accounts and enroll in courses
From your Account Management Center, you will request student memberships, and enroll yourself and your students in our courses. You will be able to return to your Account Management Center at any time to add new students, enroll any member associated with your account (including yourself) in courses, check enrollment status for requested courses, review your invoice for membership, registration, and tuition charges and payment status, and make payments online if you so wish (we will also accept payment by check).
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