Seminary and Hardin-Simmons University would like to announce the opening of a
new extension campus in the San Antonio area. With the opening of this new
educational center, HSU will now have the largest location away from our
Abilene campus for our seminary students to take courses.
a deep commitment to excellence in distance education that is different than
typical online courses. Students have the ability to co-attend from multiple
Logsdon campuses. A single class meeting, linked via the internet, still allows
students in remote locations to collaborate and experience their lessons
together. This unique approach to
seminary studies has been successful in the San Antonio area, where Logsdon has
61 students currently working on Master’s of Divinity, Master’s in Religion,
Master’s in Family Ministry and Doctorate of Ministry degrees.
sq. ft. facility is connected to Trinity Baptist Church’s Mulberry Campus at
319 E. Mulberry Ave. Logsdon has been working with the church and its preacher,
Dr. Les Hollon, since 2011 to offer
students the ability to work on a seminary degree in San Antonio. The facility has
five new classrooms, faculty and staff offices and a student lounge.
Goodman, Director of Seminary Programs in San Antonio said, “These new
facilities will allow students the space necessary for the most important
aspect of a seminary education: relationship building.”
for the project were generously donated by the John and Eula May Baugh
Foundation, the Logsdon Estate and many individual donors to Trinity Baptist
opening was attended by HSU President Eric Bruntmyer, Logsdon Dean Dr. Robert
Ellis and many other administrators, staff, and
students from both the Abilene and San Antonio campuses.
Seminary has campuses across the state, including San Antonio, Valley Ranch
(Dallas), McAllen, Corpus Christi and Lubbock where students can pursue a
seminary degree from almost anywhere in Texas.