University description (as per official university website)
The King’s College and Seminary operates on a standard ten-week quarterly academic calendar with one additional week for examinations.
• Fall Quarter is scheduled from mid-September until the first week of December
• Winter Quarter begins the first week of January and concludes the middle of March
• Spring Quarter begins the last week of March and concludes the second week of June
• Summer sessions begin the third week of June
• Online courses and module (intensive) courses are scheduled throughout the year.
The King’s College and Seminary offers a flexible course schedule that provides students the opportunity to maintain employment or continue in ministry while pursuing their education.
The school operates on the Quarter system, which is user friendly for those in ministry. Most classes are scheduled in single blocks of time, thus meeting one time a week. In addition to regular classes, a complete compliment of courses is offered in the evenings. These diverse time offerings enable students to adjust their personal and work time to fulfill their educational needs.
The school also offers courses online and in short intensive three-to-five day modules which require both pre- and post-course work.
The King’s College and Seminary exists for the twofold mission to prepare leaders for fulltime Christian service and to provide opportunities for spiritual and ministry enrichment for those believers serving in the Kingdom in non-ordination ministries. Thus, the school seeks students with a strong commitment to Jesus Christ and whose lives demonstrate consistency with the teachings of Scripture.
Applicants will have earned a baccalaureate degree or its equivalent from an institution that is accredited by a recognized regional or national accreditation body.
Students should have earned a minimum 2.0 GPA in their college work. The Seminary seeks students who exemplify a mature trust in Jesus Christ, personal integrity, openness to growth, are suited for Christian service, and are capable of spiritual and academic discipline.
Candidates are admitted to a specific program, not to the seminary in general.
Applicants for the Doctor of Ministry will have earned a Master of Divinity degree or its equivalent from an accredited school and will normally have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0. The applicant should have at least three years of ministry experience after receiving the Master of Divinity degree.
The Office of Financial Aid has been established to assist students in obtaining grants and loans for educational expenses. Seminary students may apply for student loans through the Stafford Loan Program. Veteran benefits are also available for Seminary students. The Financial Aid Office processes students through the Virtual Financial Aid Office (VFAO) online to enable the efficient processing of distance and local students. Students may apply for “financial aid” at anytime during the academic year. However, to avoid frustration and delay we recommend that the students apply by filing The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the VFAO Interview at least two months before the quarter begins to allow for processing. The FAFSA determines the student’s eligibility for the various Federal Financial Aid programs. This determination is called an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) Number.
The Financial Aid Office maintains a one page information list of web based scholarship searches and scholarships. Please contact them if interested.