Cummins Theological Seminary
Raising the Bar of Excellence in Ministry
705 South Main St.
Students may be admitted in three categories:
First: College graduates, having submitted all former college transcripts to our office, may be
accepted for the Master of Divinity degree.
Second: Those who are not college graduates but have a high school diploma or equivalent, and who give
evidence of ability or pursue the four-year program with credit may also be admitted. On
completion of the course, they may receive the Bachelor of Theology degree. Regular students
(in both the above categories) are required to take all the prescribed courses in the curriculum of
a given year; any exceptions are only by action of the Academic Dean.
Third: Special students, not matriculated for the full course, may, with permission of the Academic
Dean, attend classes. A transcript of the work done will be given.
Students from other theological seminaries desiring to complete their course at CTS must present their scholastic records and evidence that they are in good
Students may enroll at the beginning of the first or second semester. Each applicant for admission is required to submit the following items:
A completed application form.
College graduates must submit a complete transcript showing date of graduation and degree received. Applicants lacking a college degree must submit proof of high school graduation or equivalent and 2 letters of recommendation.
An application fee. (Refer to the Fee Schedule.
Admission to CTS is based on fulfillment of the above requirements. This Seminary is non-discriminatory in its admissions policy and welcomes all qualified students regardless of race, age, sex, or national origin.
The Academic Dean and other faculty members may interview applicants as a part of the admission process.
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