Logsdon Seminary has a diverse student community who come from all over the world. Approximately 35% of the master’s-level students at Logsdon are female, and just over 32% of the total student body are of non-Caucasian descent. Some of our extension campuses reflect an even greater ethnic diversity. For example, about 50% of the students at the DFW campus are non-Caucasian, and over 70% of the students in San Antonio are of black, African, Hispanic, or Asian ethnicity. This robust diversity enriches the learning experience of the entire seminary family. Typically, around 75% of our current students are engaged in some sort of paid ministry position while they are studying at Logsdon Seminary, and around 88% of our graduates find placement in ministry vocations upon graduation.