New Brunswick Theological Seminary is a place where men and women prepare for many types of ministry, both within the church and beyond the church structure as well. Whether or not you have a clear vision of where you wish to serve – in Church leadership, chaplaincy, pastoral counseling, missions, teaching, or you simply desire to learn more about Christian faith for personal enrichment, NBTS invites you to explore the possibilities.
According to our graduates, NBTS students greatly value:
- Our smaller class sizes
- Our quality teaching
- Our helpful administrative staff
- Access to professors, many of whom have either served or are currently serving in churches (and understand the changing church landscape)
Full-time or part-time, days, evenings, weekends and online, NBTS can help you prepare for ministry within your commitments and obligations.
Our tuition is among the most affordable in the region. Our financial aid counselor will help guide you through all of your funding possibilities, including: scholarships and federal loan programs.
The financial aid program at New Brunswick Theological Seminary exists to help students finance their educational preparation for ministry. To this end, the Seminary provides financial aid from resources in its custody and offers access to the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program to qualified students regardless of race, national or ethnic origin, age, sex, handicap, or denominational affiliation.
Information, application forms, and everything you’ll need to know about the ADMISSIONS AND FINANCIAL AID can be found below and in the sidebar to the right.
Learn more about our Programs and Degree Offerings:
FOR ADMISSIONS CONTACT:
Director of Admissions Services
732-247-5241 Ext. 320
FOR FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Financial Aid Office
732-247-5241 Ext. 311
Contact the Office of Admissions at email@example.com or 732-247-5241 if you need assistance with completing the application.
Students must hold a bachelor’s degree, with a minimum GPA of 2.5, as a prerequisite to registering for a course
As of Spring 2009, a criminal background search is a requirement for matriculation in any degree program at NBTS (M.Div., M.A., D.Min.).
Limited Enrollment & Auditing
Students must hold a bachelor’s degree, with a minimum GPA of 2.5, as a pre-requisite to registering for a course as a limited enrollee or an auditor.
International Students Applicants who seek to enter the US to pursue a degree program at NBTS must: Submit transcripts of
Find the answers to all your financial aid questions here!
Each academic year, New Brunswick Theological Seminary offers over 50 scholarships and awards to support NBTS students. Increasing scholarships remains one of the highest priorities of the Seminary.
Application details and requirements for our programs & degree offerings.