Admission Requirements and Guidelines

03-27-2018

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McCormick mourns the passing of Rev. Eunice Poethig who returned to God on May 25, 2018. She graduated in the class of 1975 and is survived by her husband, Rev. Richard “Dick” Poethig, a former faculty member.

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Prior to matriculation students will be expected to:

  • Provide a confidential statement of personal health and evidence of current required immunizations.
  • Complete the relevant English language assessment
  • Prepare a financial plan through the Student Financial Planning Office if they are unable to pay all required fees at initial registration.
  • Be aware of and comply with the Seminary’s policy and procedures on sexual harassment.
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McCormick Theological Seminary welcomes qualified students from other countries to its masters-level degree programs.

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Application for Admission

An application for admission to a Masters degree program at McCormick Theological Seminary is ready for consideration when the Recruitment and Admissions Office receives:

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McCormick adheres to a rolling admissions process beginning in September and culminating in July. Each month, the Faculty Committee on Admissions will review completed applications. Upon completion of the application process and favorable action by the Faculty Committee on Admissions, applicants are accepted for matriculation. Please note that students are permitted to matriculate only in the fall semester

Prospective students must remember three important deadlines:

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McCormick Theological Seminary welcomes applications from qualified persons for admission to its masters level programs.  McCormick Theological Seminary does not prescribe a specific pre-theological course. It is expected that previous education and experience have prepared the applicant in oral and written communication skills, to think clearly, to enter into his or her spiritual and cultural heritage, and to understand the world in which he or she lives.

McCormick Theological Seminary welcomes applications from qualified persons for admission to its masters level programs.  McCormick Theological Seminary does not prescribe a specific pre-theological course. It is expected that previous education and experience have prepared the applicant in oral and written communication skills, to think clearly, to enter into his or her spiritual and cultural heritage, and to understand the world in which he or she lives.