The institution uses the Chicago Style for the writing of papers, thesis, and dissertations. Understanding many adult learnings are unfamiliar with the Chicago Style, the Institution has selected the following guides to assist and tutoring is available through The Goldberg Library. Undergraduate students will use the latest version of A Manual for Writing by Kate Turabian. All graduate degree programs use The SBL Handbook of Style by Society of Biblical Literature; it is the oldest and largest learned society devoted to the critical investigation of the Bible from a variety of academic disciplines, and is best suited for the publication of major works of research. While tutoring is available and open to all students, it is not free and students must schedule appointments in advance through The Goldberg Library.
Subjects in which students may request tutoring include writing style (Turabian & SBL), biblical languages (Greek & Hebrew), English, with other subjects on an as needed basis. Students may see the Librarian for per hour costs and for scheduling of sessions.
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