You can register for ISOM by downloading this form and sending it to the Iowa Ministry Network Office.
To register online, click here.
Classes are conducted nine times throughout the year, with three levels of courses offered during each session. Students participate in eight hours of classroom instruction, with a two-hour class session on Friday evening and six hours on Saturday. A final exam is taken and scored at the end of the final session.
Prior to class, each student is required to work through the course text overview. A minimum of ten to fifteen (10-15) hours of preparatory work is necessary. With the classroom time, students will have invested at least eighteen (18) hours per course.
The classroom instruction provides an overview of the material, practical applications and opportunity for questions and discussion. Instructors use personal experience and a variety of teaching methods.
Faculty members become natural mentors as they build relationship and share experiences with their students. Faculty advisors are available to provide accountability and guidance for the students.
Student Policies Students are required to register no less than three (3) weeks prior to the beginning of their chosen course.An additional $15 will be charged for those registrations postmarked or received less than four (4) weeks prior to the scheduled ISOM class. If a husband and wife are both late, both will be assessed the additional $15. It is the desire of the ISOM Board that you have ample time to properly prepare for your class, so that you will receive the full benefit of the instruction. No registration postmarked less than two weeks prior to class will be allowed.Written notification of withdrawal from class must be postmarked or received in the IMN office three (3) weeks prior to the first day of the scheduled ISOM class in order to receive a $40 refund.Students are required to complete a minimum of ten to fifteen (10-15) hours of preparatory self-study in advance of the class session.Students are required to read course textbook(s) and to complete the course text overview prior to class.Students must complete all assignments required for the course prior to the class session.Students must attend all class sessions, complete the required assignments and successfully pass the course exam in order to receive credit for the course. (With some minor variations, the final grade will include the following components: 25% Pre-course work, 75% Final Exam. Students must receive at least 70% on the final exam to pass the course)