Campus Locations

Abilene Campus

As a part of Hardin-Simmons University, Logsdon Seminary’s central campus is situated in Abilene, Texas. Located two hours west of the DFW Metroplex, Abilene is a vibrant regional center in the heart of Texas. Logsdon students enjoy all the amenities of a comprehensive university with almost 2,500 students located on a 96-acre campus. Logsdon’s beautiful state-of-the-art facility is designed to enhance the feeling of community among students and faculty. The signature stained glass window of Logsdon Chapel symbolizes the spiritual foundations of the seminary: the centrality of Christ, the authority of the Bible, and the global mission of the church.

The Abilene campus allows students to engage theological education as residents or commuters, offering a wide array of classes and class schedules to meet many needs. Students at the Abilene campus may fully engage any of the degrees offered through Logsdon Seminary, including the Master of Divinity, Master of Arts (Religion), and Master of Arts in Family Ministry/Master of Arts in Family Psychology Dual-Degree Program.

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San Antonio Campus

Logsdon Seminary offers coursework toward four seminary degree programs in San Antonio, Texas. Logsdon’s extension is located on the campus of Trinity Baptist Church at 319 E. Mulberry, right by Trinity University. Logsdon’s extension offers the only fully accredited seminary coursework in the city provided by an institution affiliated with Texas Baptists.

In San Antonio Logsdon students may earn the full Doctor of Ministry (DMin) degree. New cohorts begin each January, taking conveniently scheduled seminars that accommodate the busy lives and heavy responsibilities of full-time ministers. For more information about the DMin in San Antonio, contact the program director, Dr. Larry Baker, at lbaker@hsutx.edu or 325.671.2110.

The San Antonio extension also provides coursework toward the Master of Divinity, Master of Arts in Family Ministry, and the Master of Arts (Religion) degrees.

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