The application process can appear intimidating; it's not. The Atlanta Admissions Office looks forward to serving you if questions arise; if so, don't hesitate to contact us at email@example.com or (770) 952-8884.
How do I apply?
We offer two convenient ways for prospective students to apply: our Online Application or our Paper Application. Either can be completed at your leisure, although we encourage you to submit all application materials at least 1 month prior to your expected enrollment. An additional convenience we offer is our rolling admissions process, which enables you to apply at any point throughout the year and, if accepted, register for the first available class.
The Online Application is available for prospective students who need instant gratification and like earning points on their credit card. You may upload your picture, pay the application fee, respond to the essays, and even send your references electronically.
The Paper Application is available for prospective students who like their handwriting and paying postage. You are responsible for distributing your reference forms as well as enclosing the appropriate application fee and a recent photograph.
Sent by Applicant
Appropriate Application Fee
Statement of Faith (typed)
Call to Christian Service (typed; not required for Special Student applicants)
Sent by Others
Academic Reference (not required for Special Student applicants)
General Reference (not required for Special Student applicants)
All necessary transcripts (a "necessary" transcript is one from any post-secondary institution from which you received 6 or more credit hours)
TOEFL (international applicants only)
Return all application materials to...
Office of Admissions
Reformed Theological Seminary
1580 Terrell Mill Road
Marietta, GA 30067
Upon acceptance, your Admissions representative will help you through the registration and enrollment process. Aside from that, remain in prayer, continually striving to discern the Lord's will and preparing your heart and mind for both the academic rigor and extraordinary blessing of a theological education.