Masters Programs

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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Contact your Admission Rep

Masters Information Request
773.947.6276
admit@mccormick.edu

Doctor of Ministry Information Request
773.947.6276
admit@mccormick.edu

Senior Director of Admissions & Enrollment
Rev. Veronica Johnson
773.947.6319

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Visit us during one of our Explore events in October, January and April.
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Our Next Explore Theological Education event: Join us at McCormick Days, Thursday, October 20th or Friday, October 21st.

Register today!

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Cross-cultural, urban, Reformed, ecumenical - a masters level education with value
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The masters level programs offer students opportunities to be transformed as leaders in the church and society through academic pursuits, critical reflection, and faithful witness.
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Since 1829, McCormick Theological Seminary has served as a premier center for theological education. Today, McCormick continues this legacy through its community of collaborative teaching and learning, preparing students for ministry that is cross-cultural, urban, Reformed, and ecumenical.

The Office of Recruitment and Admissions strives to assist a vibrant mix of applicants notable for their formative life experiences, commitment to the Church, and representive of a diversity of perspectives that continues to enhance the McCormick community.

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Information on different ways to finance a McCormick education.
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McCormick Theological Seminary is committed to helping qualified students attend seminary, regardless of their ability to pay. A wide range of financial aid is available, including merit scholarships, need-based tuition grants, and loans. On- and off-campus employment is also available.

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McCormick's Office of Student Financial Planning offers support and assistance for those seeking to manage the financial aspects of their seminary education.

For more information on scholarships, loans and grants, as well as student employment, please contact Tabitha Hightower, Director of Student Financial Planning, at 773/947-6309 or thightower@mccormick.edu