Application Information

  • Application Information

    Eligibility for Graduate Seminary Study

    Logsdon Seminary welcomes men and women seeking preparation for Christian ministry. Admission to Logsdon Seminary is made through a formal application process. Logsdon Seminary complies with all applicable state and federal laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, nationality or ethnicity, gender, age, or disability.

    Deadlines for Admission

    For the convenience of applicants, Logsdon Seminary has rolling admissions and does not inforce admissions deadlines. However, the applicant should take special consideration in order to receive optimal student services and assistance from the financial aid office, the business office and provide ample time to register for classes.

    Application Consideration Dates

    Program Fall Spring Summer
    MDiv/MAFM/MA (Religion) July 15th November 1st April 15th
    DMin   November 1st February 1st

    Scholarship information is available under the Financial Aid section
    *Scholarship offers are made on November 15 and April 1. If any scholarship monies are still available after those dates, subsequent offers will be made as applications are completed. No scholarship money will be officially offered until the student has completed his/her application.

    *If the student is expecting to receive any type of financial aid (including Ministerial Financial Aid from the Baptist General Convention of Texas), his/her application should be completed at least three weeks prior to the final registration date. However, the sooner one completes his/her application to Logsdon, the sooner financial aid can be awarded.

    Admission Status

    Students who have completed all admission documents and procedures and have met all qualifications will be notified of full admission through the Office of the Associate Dean for Logsdon Seminary.

    Undergraduate students in their final semester of undergraduate work may apply for admission and be granted Provisional Admission, with the permission of the Associate Dean for Logsdon Seminary, provided they meet the following criteria: the student lacks no more than 10 semester hours fulfilling the undergraduate degree program; all undergraduate coursework is completed during the final semester; the student meets all other admission criteria; and the student enrolls for no more than 6 hours semester at Logsdon.

    In exceptional cases a student may receive Tentative Admission when all required materials cannot be provided prior to the beginning of a semester. To be granted tentative status a student must receive permission from the Associate Dean for Logsdon Seminary and immediately request all missing materials. Federal financial aid is not available to students who have received tentative admission. International students are not eligible for Tentative Admission. Tentative Admission is a one semester grace period during which the applicant must submit all required materials. Failure to comply will result in rescinding the applicant’s privilege of registering for the subsequent semester.

    Special Student Status is available for students who do not wish to apply for admission to a degree program but desire to take a limited number of courses in Logsdon Seminary. Students must have completed a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, submit copies of all previous undergraduate and graduate academic work, complete an application to Logsdon Seminary, and pay the application fee. Students admitted to this classification are limited to 12 hours taken at Logsdon Seminary and must pay all applicable tuition and fees. Should the student desire to enter a degree program, the full admission process will be required.

    Additional Information and Requirements

    Choose the appropriate link below for more information with regard to specific program requirements and procedures.