Visiting the campus provides the best way to experience seminary life.
M.Div., M.A., Th.M. applicants
Visits should be arranged while classes are in session so that prospective students can gain a feel for life at the seminary—spiritually, academically, and socially. Visits may be arranged by contacting Protodeacon Joseph Matusiak, Director of Admissions. Overnight stays can be arranged with on-campus housing provided, given availability. There are no fees for housing or food during these visits.
Applicants to the Doctor of Ministry Program are welcome to visit the campus. If an on-campus visit is not convenient, however, arrangements can be made to conduct interviews via phone or Skype.
Personal interviews are required of all applicants and may be combined with a campus visit, during which applicants have an opportunity to attend classes, attend chapel, and talk with students and faculty members. Arrangements for interviews are made with Protodeacon Joseph Matusiak, Director of Admissions. Alternative arrangements for interviews, usually with select seminary alumni, are possible for those living at great distances from the seminary.
If you would like to speak to one or more of the faculty members during your visit, you are encouraged to make appointments with them through Protodeacon Joseph Matusiak. See the faculty pages on this website.