Diverse & Distinctly Urban

Has Christ called you to preach, serve, or work in the city and for the city? Are you looking for deeper resources to explore God’s Word and your local context? Then join us through the Campus for Urban Ministry Education (CUME), an exceptional community of Christians more diverse than its already rich surrounding context in the city.

While all of Gordon-Conwell seeks to be a thoughtful, loving, Christ-centered community of global discipleship, at CUME, discipleship takes on a distinctly urban approach for adult learners in diverse communities. Programs are offered on weekends and weeknights, either in Boston or 100% online. 

Urban Ministry


Equips Christians to lead ministries that impact urban communities.

MACM


All Campuses | 100% Remote

MDIV


All Campuses | 100% Remote

TUITION RATES

CUME Urban Ministry Scholarship*

Students enrolled in an urban ministry degree through our Boston Campus/CUME, are eligible for the Urban Ministry Scholarship (a 47% discount from our base tuition, automatically applied for CUME students). Qualifying programs include: The Graduate Certificate in Urban Ministry, the MA in Christian Ministries —Urban Ministry Concentration, and the Master of Divinity — Urban Ministry Concentration.

SERVICES FEES

Note: Service fees will be charged as follows for each semester/summer session in which a student registers for courses, regardless of student status or credit hours or registration type.

Fall/Spring/Full Summer $175 per term
Summer I, II, III (Intensives) $35 per session
Technology Fee $40 per term

Spring 2022

Accepting Applications for Spring ’22

The formal deadline for our Spring term is December 15, but check the following link for further campus and program-specific dates and deadlines.
Detailed Application Dates & Deadlines »

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