You may either apply online or by mail. If you choose to apply by mail, all forms are available on this page in PDF format. You will need to print the Recommendation Letter three times, as you will need three recommendations for admission. The application fee for any program is $50. You may also choose to download the Degree Requirements Checklist (in PDF format) of the degree for which you are applying in order to see what classes are required. The checklist may help you determine which degree you would like to take. If you have any further questions, please contact our offices.
Interested applicants should submit all of the documents mentioned above, with moderation to the following:
Your application will be submitted to the Admissions Committee for review, and a decision regarding your admission will be made within one month.
Reserve your spot by sending in a Notification of Intent Form, which will be included in your acceptance packet, and paying your $100 Matriculation Fee.
International Students will begin to correspond with the International Student Advisor and DSO at the Boston Campus, Patricia Toledo, upon acceptance. Please ensure that you are in touch with her to complete your Student Visa information. Email Patricia at [email protected].
Once we receive your Notification of Intent Form and $100 Matriculation Fee, we will contact you with next steps to begin the semester. Please check your email! Next steps include:
You should receive an automated email containing your GCTS email and password. Please login as soon as possible to change your password to something you will remember. Watch this video tutorial for instructions.
Once you have changed your password, you can log into CAMS and Canvas to familiarize yourself with these platforms, which will be used throughout your time at seminary. We will go over the functions of each in more detail at New Student Orientation.
Once you have sent in your Notification of Intent and paid your $100 Matriculation Fee, you can begin registering for classes.
Please plan to take the courses as indicated on your Next Steps letter.
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, national or ethnic origin, age, handicap or veteran status. A complete statement of compliance with federal laws and regulations can be found in the Gordon-Conwell Student Handbook.
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