Visiting the Seminary
Would you like to visit the seminary, but you don't know when is a good time? Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary has several opportunities for visitation from which you can choose. This does not mean, however, that you are bound to come during these set times, but you can set up your own visitation to come to the seminary. Just contact the seminary directly.
Interested in a peek at CLTS through the eyes of current students, recent graduates, and faculty? Check out our video. Give us ten minutes of your time and we hope we'll excite you about our confessional, biblical environment and our multi-cultural family.
A Taste of the Seminary
Once a year, Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary offers a visitation weekend entitled, "A Taste of the Seminary". Contact the seminary for information about the next event. For an idea of what's happened in the past, have a look at Taste of the Seminary Pamphlet - Feb. 24-26, 2006
Pre-Seminary Studies—Come to Brock!
Completion of a sound
bachelor's programme is of paramount importance in preparation for seminary
study. Particularly helpful majors include English, philosophy, modern
languages, history, and classics. As the study of theology is highly oriented
to the written and spoken word, work in areas that develop verbal skills is of
value. Yet, as the faculty makes these recommendations, it also invites
applications from students who have earned degrees in other subjects, noting that
such applicants may be asked to take pre-seminary courses in areas where
remedial study is called for.
Those who hope to enrol in the MDiv programme in due course, and who do not yet have the requisite bachelor's degree, are strongly encouraged to consider undertaking their undergraduate studies at Brock University. This course of action has several advantages.
First, it gives prospective students the opportunity to become acquainted with the seminary community, joining in chapel services, getting to know faculty, staff, and students, and taking part in the activities of the Lutheran Student Fellowship. In this setting potential seminarians can seek to discern their particular calling within the body of Christ, and especially their suitability for pastoral ministry.
Secondly, prospective students can seek counsel from our faculty regarding their most appropriate programme of undergraduate study and the most useful courses to choose within that programme.
Thirdly, with permission from the University, it is possible for undergraduate credit to be awarded for our prerequisite courses in Hebrew and Greek; moreover, some funding is available within our financial aid endowment to assist Brock students learning the sacred languages under our auspices with a view to entering the MDiv programme.
Fourthly, prior acquaintance with the seminary and especially the accomplishment of prerequisite courses in biblical languages make it much more feasible for entering MDiv students to complete their on-campus studies within three academic years.
In this context we also commend suitable baccalaureate programmes at Concordia University College of Alberta in Edmonton and at one of the institutions in the Concordia University system of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.
Are you an American? Would you seriously consider coming to CLTS, but you have some concerns about coming across the border? Then this is just the one for you. Below you can find a pamphlet which has a lot of information about coming up to CLTS. (Note that this document has not been updated for a few years. The immigration information is no longer accurate. You must be in direct contact with your local Canadian Consulate for the latest procedure to apply for a student visa.)