United Lutheran Seminary is one seminary with two campuses.
Our Philadelphia campus is located in the historic and diverse Mt. Airy neighborhood in the northwest corner of the city of Philadelphia. The campus is walking distance from multiple regional rail trains that can access downtown Philadelphia in 20 minutes.
Our Gettysburg campus is located in historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The Seminary is on the famous Civil War Battlefield and actually served as a hospital for soldiers during the battle.
No! The programs and courses are designed in such a way that students are able to focus their studies to an individual campus. However, if students are interested in taking a course at the other location they are welcome to do so.
Over 300 students are currently enrolled across all programs and campuses.
We welcome visitors throughout the year through both prospective student events and individual visits. We are glad to work with you to schedule a visit that meets your individual needs to either or both campuses.
If you are currently an undergraduate degree student in your final year, you can apply before you graduate. Please send us an official copy of your transcript(s) showing work completed. No student may start classes unless a final transcript has been received.
Although it is wise to apply at least six months prior to your intended start date, to be considered for admission for the fall semester your application must be completed and ALL documents received by June 15th. Spring applications must be completed, and ALL documents received by November 15th. After you begin the application process as new materials arrive you will be regularly notified of your application status by email.
Yes, part-time students enrolled for at least 6 credit hours (2+ classes) are eligible for financial aid. In addition, United Lutheran Seminary offers matching scholarships for part-time students. Any support a student receives from their congregation or ecclesiastical body will be matched, dollar for dollar, by ULS.
Yes. Whenever possible, full-time students, other than those on internship, are encouraged to take advantage of on-campus housing to facilitate their faith development within a community setting. Campus housing is available on both the Philadelphia and Gettysburg campus in a variety of forms.