Register here by October 9th!Explore Seminary: October 16-17, 2018

Experience Gordon-Conwell's main campus in South Hamilton, Massachusetts at our twice-a-year Explore Seminary event: 

  • Visit classes
  • Meet faculty and current students
  • Check out on-campus housing
  • Get a taste for New England and explore the North Shore
  • Learn about Gordon-Conwell's heart to prepare church leaders for the variety of ministries in which God will use them

Dog riding in carTraveling to Gordon-Conwell?

Let us help ease the financial burden with a
$250 travel grant discounted from your first semester at GCTS.*

 

Schedule

Tuesday, October 16

11:00 am - 8:00 pm

Wednesday, October 17

8:00 am - 6:00 pm

 

Breakfast with the Admissions team and/or and quiet time

  Visit classes
Check-In Q&A with the Student Services Team: Financial Aid, Housing, Student Life, Admissions and Registration
Lunch with Gordon-Conwell faculty Lunch with local alumni
Campus tour Sending prayer and goodbye to those not attending the optional afternoon events
Visit Classes Housing Tour (optional)
Information Session: The Counseling Program at Gordon-Conwell (optional) An outing into Boston's picturesque North Shore, including a classic New England dinner
Information Session: Partnership Program (optional)
Dinner with current students
Seminary Scoop: Panel discussion and dessert social with current students

*The fine print: To qualify for the $250 travel grant you must meet all of the below criteria.  If you do, a $250 credit will be applied to your student account when you matriculate (begin residential classes) at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

  • You must travel from over 100 miles away.
  • You must participate in the entire Explore Seminary event.
  • You must matriculate (begin residential classes) at Gordon-Conwell by fall semester 2019.
  • Explore Seminary must be your first official visit to Gordon-Conwell's Hamilton campus.

Please contact us if you have any questions about these criteria.

(800) 428-7329 | admissions@gcts.edu