How to access syllabi

How to access syllabi

We find that many times ATS students/faculty members cannot access syllabi because the students/faculty members are logged into a different Gmail account.


First, look in the top right hand corner of your browser to see under what account you a logged in.

Second, if you are logged into your ATS account and still cannot access ATS course syllabi, click here.

Third, if you see you that you are not logged in with your ATS account, select your ATS account (see pictures below).

Once you have switched over to the ATS account, you have access to the ATS syllabi folder from your Google Drive.


You can follow this link to access the syllabi: http://asbury.to/syllabi now that you are logged in with your seminary account. 

If you need further help, please let us know. We will gladly walk you through the process or connect with you over the phone (859) 858-2100.


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