E-Tutorials are email-based courses offered by Cloverdale College which allow for one-on-one communication between the student and faculty person. Students complete assigned readings and write weekly essays reflecting upon the readings. The faculty person responds and evaluates the student's work. At the end of the six weeks, the final paper, (essentially a culmination of the previous weeks' essays), is submitted for evaluation. E-Tutorials are offered exclusively by our own faculty. The faculty evaluation of student performance will be linked to the degree level of the student.
The list of E-tutorials is available on the website of the Graduate Theological Foundation. E-Tutorials taken by Cloverdale College students are modified by the faculty person to be suitable for undergraduate level academic study. Upon registering for an E-Tutorial, students of Cloverdale College must indicate that the E-Tutorial should be at the undergraduate level. Read more about E-Tutorials here.
C.O.R.E. Program (College Out Reach Education)
The C.O.R.E. Program of Cloverdale College allows students to complete courses toward the Bachelor of Religious Education. Courses are taught by doctoral-level graduates of the Graduate Theological Foundation who offer C.O.R.E. Program instruction within their own faith communities. The C.O.R.E. program is currently offered in faith communities in Auburn Hills, Michigan; Corpus Christi, Texas; northwestern Pennsylvania; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; and Accra, Ghana, with more locations to be added in the future. Read more about the C.O.R.E. Program.