The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) has a rich history of educating those who want to serve Christ’s mission in the world. The very first seminary was established in 1794, and now, there are 10 seminaries and two theological institutions. Our seminaries serve as a place to prepare men and women to be pastors, educators and musicians for congregations, provide continuing education and advanced degree programs, and serve as centers for theological discourse.
Presbyterian seminaries are located throughout the U.S. Learn more.
Scholarships and grants for seminary students
Some limited scholarships are available for those who want to attend seminary or who are currently enrolled, including specialized programs for Native Americans and Racial Ethnic people. Some scholarships are also available for undergraduates. Find out more here.