November 2-4, 2012 (Registration Deadline 10/26/12)
February 22-24, 2013 (Registration Deadline 2/15/12)
GOD IS LOOKING FOR LEADERS.
If you’ve been wondering how God might use you, we hope you’ll come spend a weekend with us at Seminary Weekend at Columbia Theological Seminary. It’s a time when you can consider your personal sense of call and discover what it’s like to nourish your leadership skills through one of our three basic degree programs: Master of Divinity, Master of Arts in Practical Theology, and Master of Arts (Theological Studies). You can talk with professors and visit a class. You’ll also get an overview of admissions, financial planning and on-campus housing. Come be a part of the Columbia community for a weekend of discovery and discernment.
- There is no charge for a Seminary Weekend, which includes lodging and meals.
- A limited number of rooms are available on campus for Thursday night and must be reserved in advance with the Admissions office. We are sorry, but there are no accommodations on campus for children.
More information about the weekend
Please call the Office of Admissions at 404-687-4517 or 877-548-2817 (toll-free) or email the Office of Admissions. You may also review a general schedule for the weekend. Once you have registered, you will receive more detailed information. Please fill out the form below to register. If you have difficulty using the form, please call or email the Admissions Office as listed above.
More about Columbia
Columbia is a theological institution of the Presbyterian Church (USA). The campus is situated on a spacious, wooded site in Decatur, Georgia, only six miles from the heart of Atlanta, the state capital of Georgia, and the economic hub of the Southeast. This area offers students a rich variety of cultural, artistic, intellectual, and sports opportunities. This setting also provides a wide range of options for supervised ministry and clinical pastoral education.
With a faculty composed of men and women of academic excellence, pastoral concern, and wide ecclesiastical experience, Columbia prepares students for positions of leadership and service in the worldwide church. Columbia makes the resources of metropolitan Atlanta's educational institutions available to its students through its memberships in the Atlanta Theological Association and the Atlanta Regional Consortium for Higher Education. A renowned international program enhances the ability of Columbia graduates to minister effectively in a shrinking world. In the context of a caring community, Columbia seeks to educate men and women for the ordained ministry and other forms of Christian service through its seven degree programs