Finding the right seminary to prepare for your unique call to ministry can be challenging, but the Calvin Seminary admissions team is here to help.

We believe that Calvin Seminary is a place where you can thrive: where you will find a worship-centered community, challenging academics and a whole-person approach to learning. Expert Reformed theologians and biblical scholars will guide your learning in classes that are small enough to foster an environment of open inquiry and deep learning. Mentoring relationships and ministry internships will nurture your spiritual growth, connecting your intellectual pursuits to the calling of your heart and the work of your hands.

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Quick Facts

Enrollment 2016-17
M.Div. – 124
EPMC – 21
M.T.S. – 18
MA Programs – 19
Th.M. – 47
Ph.D. – 29
Certificate/Diploma – 4
Unclassified – 9
*Non-degree seeking students are not shown

Male – 220 (81%)
Female – 51 (19%)

Denominational Affiliation
Christian Reformed Church – 125 (46%)
Presbyterian – 59
Other Reformed – 23
Baptist – 15
Other – 50

Geographic Information
United States – 158 (58%)
Korea – 51
Canada – 28
China – 8
Other – 26

Faculty/Class Information
Average class size: 13
  3 classes with 2-4 students
16 classes with 5-10 students
18 classes with 11-20 students
  9 classes with 21-30 students
  0 classes with > 30 students

Financial Aid Information
$1.2 million is awarded in institutionally-funded scholarships, grants, and subsidies each year.

Many Christian Reformed Church classes provide financial assistance to M.Div. students who are in good standing with their local congregations.

Most students qualify for federal financial aid and loan programs in both the US and Canada.

Housing Information
On campus, 2- and 3-bedroom apartments are available for single and married students.

Off campus, 2- and 3-bedroom apartments are available for single or married students.