Singapore
Bible College

新加坡神学院

HELIX PROJECT:
Responding to the COVID-19 Situation

Blended Learning at SBC

At SBC, we seek to build up our community through blended learning: designing synchronous and asynchronous learning activities using both physical and online platforms. Students may expect to be enriched with a variety of face-to-face and online learning experiences during their studies at SBC.

Special Note to Overseas Students: We know coming to Singapore during this time may prove challenging. SBC stands ready to help you begin your studies online. Please contact our Admissions Office (reg@sbc.edu.sg) for available programmes.

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Events

14th Advisory (17 Dec 2021)

In accordance with governmental updates on our Transition Phase to COVID-19 Resilience announced on 20 November 2021, SBC will observe the following measures with effect from 1 Jan 2022:

  1. Schools will resume with face to face lessons on alternating weeks, observing current Safe Management Measures set by the Ministry of Health.

  2. The number of employees allowed to enter the work premise will be controlled according to regulations. Members of the public will not be allowed to enter the premises.

  3. The Library will be opened from 9am to 7pm on Mondays to Fridays, and 9am to 1pm on Saturdays. Entry and use are by appointment. Each time slot is capped at 2 hours. Vaccinated visitors are allowed to sit in the library for study or research. Unvaccinated or non-fully vaccinated members are able to borrow and return books, but they will not be allowed to stay in the library for study. There will be no more than 45 persons in the library at any one time (excluding staff on duty). Please book your slot here.

  4. The Business Office will be closed to on-site donations, gifts and payments. We encourage you to explore other means we provide to give/pay. Please click here.

  5. The Haven resumes normal operation in keeping with Safe Management Measures. 

    Please:

    Call 6559 1528 (Weekdays, 9am-4.30pm) or email haven@sbc.edu.sg for counselling sessions in English.

    Call 6559 1555 Ext 7130 (Tuesdays & Fridays, 9am-5pm) or email haven.soc.c@sbc.edu.sg for counselling sessions in Chinese.

As believers in the Lord, let us be thankful for the spirit in which these measures have been put in place thus far. From the Circuit Breaker, where the nation was under restricted movement to keep most safe from the infected clusters and to prevent stressing the acute healthcare system. Currently many residents are vaccinated, though the unvaccinated groups are having more safe measures to keep them safe. Let us practice a conscious act of consideration and brotherly love towards unvaccinated individuals in our community and our society.

Stay connected with us via the electronic platform, so we may update you on our future correspondences in email. If you have not provided us your email address, please click on our link.

Thank you for your understanding and your support for the College always.