Flexible Opportunities for Your Ministry Calling
Fuller Theological Seminary was founded in 1947 in Pasadena, California, by
radio evangelist Charles E. Fuller, along with Harold John Ockenga,
pastor of Park Street Church in Boston.
Since 1947, we have grown from one campus with 39 students to eight campuses, online programs, and regional class offerings in Atlanta, Georgia, with a total of over 4,000 students from 70 different countries and 100 different denominations. Explore our campus options on the left to discover where God may be calling you! Online
If you cannot make it to a campus, we offer several flexible degree options for you to pursue.
We now have three degree programs that you can complete primarily online with a minimal campus requirement.
For more information on these new flexible options, please click here: www.fuller.edu/flexibledegrees
Fuller has a growing community in Atlanta, Georgia, with two courses per quarter offered at the Peachtree Presbyterian Church. To learn more, visit www.fuller.edu/atlanta.
Where will you begin your studies?
Through evening, weekend, and online classes, these campuses and programs offer flexible opportunities for a theological education that will help you discover, develop, and enhance your gifts while continuing to serve your faith community. We would love to help you pursue your vocational and ministry goals here at Fuller.
Contact the Office of Admissions to get started.