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Current Student Services

BST Student Services Brochure

Click the following link to learn about the 5 essential technology tools you will need in order to be successful as a student at Berkeley School of Theology. Access the brochure HERE!

BST Writing Consultant

Confused by English grammar or sentence structure? Need help writing a thesis or learning academic writing conventions? Make use of BST’s own writing consultant, Jeff Kunkel, a widely published writer and clergyperson. This is a no-fee service to BST students. Jeff can be contacted at any time at jkkunkel@gmail.com and is available in person in the adjunct faculty office on Wednesdays, from 4:30pm – 6:00pm, beginning Sept. 14.

Stay Informed

Check Your Student Mailbox Regularly Student Mailboxes are located on the left side as you walk into the Student Lounge on the 1st floor of Hobart Hall. This is the primary tool for faculty, staff, administration and student council to communicate with students via printed material. Please check your box often!

Paying Student accounts

Enrolled students will have the convenience of paying their student account balances (tuition, fees, insurance, housing and other charges) through Populi. When on your student page, click on the Financial tab.

School Email Addresses

Please note that your BST-assigned student email address is the address that will be used by BST to communicate with you. If you have questions about how to access this account, please contact the BST Registrar at, https://www.bst.edu/current-students/office-of-the-registrar/

Additionally, see below for instructions on how to forward your BST emails to your personal account.  This is the simplest to set up and all your email goes to one place.  After logging on properly to your BST email account at https://mail.google.com, simply navigate to “Settings,” click on the header, “Forwarding and POP/IMAP” and enter your personal email as a forwarding address.  All your BST emails will go to your personal account.  It is important to remember that anytime you reply to a school email, it will then be sent from your personal email account.