The Charlotte Campus of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary is one of three Gordon-Conwell campuses and the center of Gordon-Conwell’s Networked Education program. A distinctive of the Charlotte campus is our non-traditional, non-residential format built on an adult studies model. We emphasize a “contextualized education,” partnering with the local church in preparing students for ministry.
Founded in 1992, the campus moved in 2003 to a 19-acre property and the 31,897-square-foot Frank and Morrow Graham Academic Center. The facility is named after the parents of Rev. Billy Graham and his siblings. In 2015, Gordon-Conwell completed the construction of the first major addition to the building. The David M. Rogers Hall of Mission is enhanced with classrooms suited to the mobilization of informed and inspired students for Kingdom work around the world. It includes suitable space for seminar-style interaction and group reflection on ministry topics, seminars offered through a variety of academic and ministry centers, and missionary training programs run in partnership with area mission agencies.
The Charlotte campus desires to train men and women for ministry at home and abroad and to impart to them a biblically rich and culturally sensitive vision of ministry. Foundational to all of this is unswerving fidelity to Gordon-Conwell’s Mission Statement and to its classically evangelical Basis of Faith.
The Consortium consists of four member schools in the Carolinas:
The Consortium allows for cross-registration and library privileges amongst the member schools. Gordon-Conwell students who cross-register and take courses at any of the three member institutions are billed at the current Gordon-Conwell tuition rate. Courses taken through this agreement will be transcripted as Gordon-Conwell courses; cross-registered courses do not affect the allowable number of transfer courses. The cross-registration form requires approval from both institutions. Students are advised to plan accordingly when considering CTC courses.