Ministry Partner Brochure

The Field Studies experience is designed to serve both the learning goals of the student and the mission goals of the teaching site.

Field Studies is one type of experiential education which offers students an integrative program of experience, study, reflection, praxis and assessment. It combines both classroom-based educational opportunities and field-based learning experiences in the practice of ministry under supervision in churches and agencies. 

Find out what it takes to be a ministry partner with us. Download the brochure today! 

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About Our Seminary

The Seminary in the City

McCormick Theological Seminary is located in Chicago, in the south side community of Hyde Park—home of four other distinguished seminaries and the University of Chicago. Click here for a copy of our 2012-2013 Annual Report.


The McCormick Student Body

Approximately 150 men and women are enrolled in the Masters-level Program at McCormick Theological Seminary. They are full- and part-time students, on-campus residents and commuters. The Doctor of Ministry Program has a current enrollment of 85 students, all of whom belong to groups or "cohorts" and gather on campus at different times during the year for intensive study and interaction with their colleagues in ministry.


The McCormick Faculty

The McCormick faculty is intentionally diverse—by gender, ethnicity, national origin and religious tradition. The faculty is composed of 18 full-time faculty members in four fields of study: Bible, History, Theology/Ethics and Ministry.

Linda Morgan-Clement,
Class of 1984

“At McCormick I became deeply engaged in ministry with persons outside the traditional congregational life, such as refugee families, inner city schools, and the homebound elderly. These experiences opened many new possibilities in my understanding of self, God, and other.”