NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION
Take some time to check out the information below
Logging in to Populi
You must initially login to Populi by opening the email titled “Welcome to Carolina College of Biblical Studies” sent to your personal email account. If you cannot locate this in your Inbox, please check your Spam folder.
This message contains your username and how to set your password. (If you still cannot locate the welcome email please contact email@example.com as soon as possible.)
Feel free to watch this Populi video, “How do I log in for the first time.”
where do i start?
Once in Populi navigate to your class schedule. Your current coursework can always be found on your Dashboard under “Courses”.
Download and print your course syllabus and weekly workshops. These are located under the “info” tab under files (which is in the lower right-hand corner).
Read and review your course syllabus and week one workshop.
Getting started with lOGOS Bible software
About a week before class begins, you will receive an email from LOGOS with information on how to download your software.
You DO NOT need to order LOGOS on your own from their website.
More informational videos on how to use LOGOS can be found here.
Students are expected to order their own books before class begins. Textbook information for each course can be found in Populi under the syllabus section.
Using CCBS email
Students are given a CCBS email and expected to check it on a regular basis. Directions for setting up your school email are usually sent with acceptance letters.
We use Gmail as the platform for student emails. If you use Gmail as your personal email account, you will need to “add another account” so that Gmail will recognize your personal email and your school email. If you are unsure how to add an account to Gmail click here for directions.
If you are unable to log in to your CCBS email account, please contact the Admission office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student ministry is required of all students as an integral part of their academic program and a critical aspect of the complete learning process.
Please review the Student Ministry Handbook for requirements.