McCormick’s Student Financial Planning Office exists to assist all students in the financial planning of their seminary education. Students of all denominations are served by the office. The first step in financial planning for your seminary education is to determine educational and living costs for you and your family. The following budgets serve as estimates of expenses for nine months for full-time masters level students entering in the fall of the 2010-2011 academic year.
The advisory system at McCormick Theological Seminary is designed as a joint appraisal process, integrating reflection on academic studies, field studies, vocational interests, personal growth, and spiritual formation of students in the masters programs. With faculty guidance, students plan their work at the Seminary and prepare for lifelong learning and self-assessment in their particular vocation. Students at the Seminary are adult learners who are self-directed, involved, and take responsibility for their own learning.