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Welcome to Hybrid+ at the Texas Campus

Hybrid+ Term: Spring 2014

Course 1: NT500 New Testament Introduction
Course 2: SP500 Spiritual Traditions and Practices

Face-to-Face Dates: May 12-17, 2014

Contact Fuller Texas

Travel Arrangements and Accommodations

We are excited for your visit to our campus and will provide some guidance around your travel arrangements and accommodations.* Please make sure your travel plans accommodate the course schedule, including lunches and required evening activities.

Ground Transportation

Fuller Seminary Texas is accessible from the W. Sam Houston Tollway S. The address is 10200 Richmond Ave., Ste 170, Houston, TX. Map and Directions

Air Transportation

Our campus is located 31 miles from George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), Houston's major airport. The campus is 20 miles from Houston's regional airport, Hobby (HOU), the only airport served by Southwest Airlines.

SuperShuttle provides ground transportation services at George Bush Intercontinental and William P. Hobby Airports. The SuperShuttle booth is located in the baggage claim area. For reservations or for more information call 713-523-8888 or visit www.supershuttle.com.

Taxis are also available at either airport through the Ground Transportation employees outside each terminal. All destinations within Houston's city limits to/from Bush Intercontinental Airport are charged according to the flat Zone Rate or the meter rate.

Accommodations

A block of rooms is reserved at Westchase Fairfield Inn & Suites located 1.4 miles away from campus. Both King and Double rooms are available for a nightly rate of $119. Room rates include full breakfast, parking and wireless internet. To reserve a room, call 713-334-2400 and mention the Fuller Theological Seminary courtesy room block when making your reservations. You must book your room by April 11, 2014, to guarantee the preferred rate.

Other nearby hotels include:

Meals

Students are responsible for meals and incidentals.

*Note: You will be responsible for arranging and paying your own transportation and lodging.

Face-to-Face Schedule Overview

Monday, May 12

12:00-1:00 Lunch: NT500 Students and Faculty

1:00-5:00 Class: NT500 New Testament Introduction

5:00-7:00 Break

7:00-9:00 Evening Session: NT500 and SP500 Students

Tuesday-Friday, May 13-16

8:00-12:00 Class: SP500 Spiritual Traditions and Practices

12:00-1:00 Lunch: All NT500 and SP500 Students and Faculty

1:00-5:00 Class: NT500 New Testament Introduction

5:00-7:00 Break

7:00-9:00 Evening Session: NT500 and SP500 Students

Saturday, May 17

8:00-12:00 Class: SP500 Spiritual Traditions and Practices

12:00-1:00 Lunch: SP500 Students and Faculty

Additional Information

Community

By the time you arrive on campus, you will have met your professors and some of your peers online, but we’re confident you will be blessed by gathering in person for a time of spiritual and community formation in addition to the hours you spend together in class. This is where the lunches and evening activities come in. You can plan on some great discussions and worship. (Please note that these activities are mandatory.)

Your professors will set up a Student Conversation Forum in Moodle, where you can begin to connect on a social level to talk about ride or hotel sharing, arranging to meet, or just getting to know each other.

Questions?

If you have questions or concerns about your visit to Fuller in Houston, TX, please feel free to contact Michael Murray at mdmurray@fuller.edu.

Contact
(626) 584-5200
(800) 235-2222
135 N. Oakland Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91182

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Admissions
admissions@fuller.edu