At WSC, we think that an in-person visit is the best way for you to experience our campus, classes, and community firsthand. Whether you attend one of our Seminary for a Day events or schedule a personal visit on a date that’s convenient for you, we look forward to welcoming you to Westminster Seminary California.
WSC Travel Grant
We know that coming to seminary is a big decision, one that will involve much prayer and discernment. You want to be well-informed about the options available to you, and we want to make that as easy and affordable as possible.
At WSC, we think that an in-person visit is the best way for you to experience our campus, classes, and community firsthand. So we offer a limited number of $400 travel grants to prospective students to help cover the cost of your travel expenses to and from our campus in sunny Southern California.
These funds can be applied to one of our Seminary for a Day events, or to a personal visit which can be scheduled at any time. We would be happy to reimburse you up to $400 for a variety of travel expenses including airfare, car rental, or gas. We can also arrange FREE lodging for up to two nights during your visit.
Contact our admissions team today to learn more about travel grant eligibility and to schedule your visit!
Seminary for a Day
SemiNary for a Day is an all-day, campus-wide event designed to give prospective students a glimpse into life at WSC. Rather than just reading or hearing about it, you'll get to experience seminary for yourself! Our next SFAD will be held on Friday, March 17 in conjunction with WSC's annual Robert G. and Nellie B. den Dulk Lectures on Pastoral Ministry. This year's lectures will be delivered by Dr. Sinclair Ferguson.
During SFAD, you'll have the opportunity to sit in on classes, tour our campus and Housing Village, engage with our faculty in a Q&A-style panel, chat with a member of our admissions team, and more!
Personal visits are more, well, personal. These can be scheduled on any weekday during WSC business hours (8am-4:30pm), offering the flexibility to choose a date and time that works best for your schedule.
If you visit during one of our academic terms (Sep-May), you’ll have the opportunity to sit in on a class or two and meet current students and faculty members. A member of our Admissions team will give you a tour of our Main Campus and residential Housing Village, which currently houses over 70% of our student body, along with their families.
You can also enjoy a meal with a faculty member or our Dean of Students Rev. Chuck Tedrick. During the summer and on breaks there are no classes, but you’ll still be able to take a tour, meet with an Admissions representative, and enjoy a personal meal with a staff or faculty member.
We Look Forward to Seeing You Soon!