Extramural study requires devotion and ongoing dedication. This is so much easier to sustain when you enjoy the process, like a favourite hobby, and when you don't feel alone. After nearly 20 years providing academic correspondence courses in theology, we have learned how to make home study more collegiate, more supportive and more successful for you.
That's why our distance tutors keep in contact with course participants during the whole course process... with ongoing help, comments and encouragement.
EIDTS is committed to Equal Employment Opportunities (EEO).
"[EEO] means eliminating barriers to ensure that all employees are considered for the employment of their choice and have the chance to perform to their maximum potential."
EIDTS is committed to providing equity of access to educational opportunities for all current and prospective students irrespective of their sex, marital status, religious belief, colour, race, ethnic or national origin, disability, age, political opinion, employment status, family status or sexual orientation.
To achieve this objective EIDTS will:
(a) provide a learning environment that facilitates successful participation by all students, including those with specific needs;
(b) ensure that each student has the opportunity to achieve according to his or her own potential;
(c) ensure that its processes or procedures are non-discriminatory and pay due consideration to the needs of all groups of students; and
(d) monitor its performance against this policy objective.