Welcome to Sakai!
Sakai is the official learning management system of Claremont School of Theology. CST Instructors use this system to engage students and facilitate learning in traditional, face to face, intensive, hybrid, and online format courses.
First time logging in? Once your CST student profile is created, your Sakai logins will be automatically created for you. Check your CST email address (or other email address) for your username and password.
The scheduled Sakai LMS maintenance on Thursday, May 25, 2017, is now complete.
If you have forgotten your password or would like to reset it, use the Forgot Password link on the lefthand menu from the homepage. Check the email inbox connected with your Sakai account for password reset instructions.
For any issues with the system contact the CST Help Desk at http://csthelpdesk.freshdesk.com for assistance. Thank you.
Finding your Course Sites
"I can't find my course sites in Sakai."
- Wait one business day. All students and instructors of record must be officially added through the registrar's office. Enrollments in the system are automatically updated within one (1) business day. If you are unable to find your course sites, contact the registrar's office directly or open an issue request with the CST Help Desk.
- Click "More Sites." Once you log in, click "More Sites" on the top navigation bar to view all of your current and previous semester course sites. Click "Preferences" from the "More Sites" menu to customize the order of the sites in the navigation bar. You can also go to My Workspace > Preferences > Customize Tabs.
- Students: Check with your professor. All courses sites are created automatically. In order for you to view the course site, your professor must publish it. All sites for hybrid and online courses will be published and used to facilitate learning. With face-to-face/traditional format courses, the course instructor determines if the site will be used.
Instructors: All instructors of record in the CST portal (Empower) will be automatically added to each course site's roster. Additional faculty and teaching assistants may be added manually to the site at a later time. Check with the dean's office or the registrar's office if you have yet to be assigned your courses.