Visiting the Seminary

Visiting McCormick can be helpful to prospective students who wish to clarify their interests and goals in relation to seminary education. Arrangements can be made through the admissions office by emailing inquiry@go.mccormick.edu.  The Admissions Office will provide opportunities to interview with members of the Seminary faculty and administration, to attend classes (if the Seminary is in session), and to meet for informal discussion with students. All Masters Level applicants must have an interview with a faculty member to be admitted to the Seminary.  Prospective students are encouraged to visit Monday through Thursday when most classes are held.

Arrangements can be made through the admissions office by emailing inquiry@go.mccormick.edu.

Faculty and other personnel will freely counsel a prospective student concerning other seminaries and programs when there is reason to think that these may more readily provide opportunities the student needs.

For further information about visiting, feel free to contact the Office of Recruitment and Admissions at inquiry@mccormick.edu and we will be happy to set something up with you.

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Questions?

Contact your Admission Rep

Masters Information Request

+1.773.947.6286

inquiry@go.mccormick.edu

Doctor of Ministry Information Request

+1.773.947.6361

dminadmissions@mccormick.edu

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Senior Director of Admissions & Enrollment

Rev. Veronica Johnson

+1.773.947.6319

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Application Deadlines

For Masters Admissions

 

December 1 All International Students

March 1 Consideration for a Merit Scholarship

April 1 Applicants Without Baccalaureate Degrees

July 1 Last Opportunity to Apply for Fall Admission

For DMin Admissions

 

March 1 For June matriculation

October 1 For January matriculation

Applications are considered on a rolling basis

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