As a student on CMAllianceU, we want to prepare you to be successful in your journey for Ministerial training or professional development. Take a look at the resources below for information ranging from how to request a grant, O365 for program users, and tips for writing papers and assignment-related resources.
First Online Course
If this is your first online course, you’ll quickly discover that most of the features of our site are intuitive and easy to figure out on your own. To help you get up-and-running, here's a Quick Guide to enrolling in your first MSP course. If you run into an issue inside of a course, your course Evaluator is your first and best resource for answers. If you have problems finding information, enrolling in a course, or making a payment, check out the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) listed under the Resources tab. And, of course, you can always contact us by using the Staff Contact forms under the Contact Us tab at the top of the page.
Request a Grant
If you are interested in furthering your education, but concerned about finances, check out the information for Student Grants.
A benefit for students enrolled in one of our CMAllianceU programs (Ministerial Study Program or Children’s Disciplemaking Leadership Certificate program) is free access to a Microsoft365 account for the duration of their program. These benefits include:
- A custom CMAllianceU email address (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Web versions of Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint software (desktop versions of the apps are not included)
- A license to install the software on up to five (5) devices: phones, tablets, & PCs or Macs
- 1 TB of file storage & sharing
- HD video conferencing with Skype for Business*
- 24/7 phone & web support
Your enrollment in the Ministerial Study Program provides you with pre-paid access to the Mission119.org website featuring John Soper’s “Know the Word” study of the Bible. Available as an iPhone/iPad app and also designed to work on the computer or any mobile device, the 91-week program helps busy people (like you) develop a discipline of regular and systematic Bible study, as well as the content of the word of God and a method for studying it. Each day, for 5 days of the week, you are given all the tools you need to conduct a personal Bible study that will lead you through the whole Bible. To get started or to check it out, visit http://www.Mission119.org and register for an account.
- Student Grants
- Textbook Finder
- CMAU Bookstore
- Student Resources
- Administrative Resources
- Evaluator Resources
- Coach Resources