The CURE for Your Vocation

Follow current students and alums on the McCormick blog, The "Cure" for Your Vocation.

Diverse faith communities are represented in our students, faculty, and staff.

Welcome to Student Life at McCormick

McCormick is a place where you can engage your intellects, nurture your spirits and care for your bodies as you prepare for the ministries to which God is calling you.

There are many ways for you to get involved in the life of this dynamic and diverse community, and we encourage you to find the path of engagement that feels right for you.

Join a student group.
Serve
on Masters Student Council.
Foster
fellowship and prayer as a Deacon.
Participate
in worship life.
Contribute
your ideas to the Herald.
Enjoy the city's cultural, eating and entertainment opportunities.

McCormick is your community and wants you to be an active and engaged part of it. We know that time availability varies student by student, but we believe that the dynamic engagement with fellow seminarians and the city in which we are situated will nurture and inform your growth in faith and ministry.

At a Glance

Spiritual Formation

As persons preparing to serve the church in the world, McCormick wants your intellectual and theological development to work in concert with your practical and spiritual preparation for effective...

Vocational Ministry

The Office of Student and Academic Affairs (OSAA) provides current students with information and resources relevant to the vocation of ministry.

Community Life

Become an active and engaged part of the McCormick community. In this section you will find info about student groups, volunteer and job opportunities, event calendar, info about our residence life...

The McCormick Herald

The McCormick Herald is the student newspaper of McCormick Theological Seminary.  

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Student Life Gallery

Student Life Gallery

Community Highlights

Photos from community events and activities

Student and Academic Affairs Staff Contacts



Alicia Rhine
Administrator for the Office of Student and Academic Affairs