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Capable Moody-trained men and women are found in every field of Christian ministry.
In just a few years, students who are now sitting in classes will be on every continent of the globe, taking the good news of salvation to those who have never heard. Others will be pastors serving active, growing churches in many denominations in the United States.
Some of them will become home missionaries, church musicians, evangelists, choir directors, child evangelism directors, mission superintendents, youth ministers, Christian communications specialists or one of the many other service occupations available.
Are you ready to join these men and women? Whether pursuing a degree Online or in-person, you can Apply today!
To be considered for admission, you must have been a Christian for at least one year and actively participate in a Protestant church. No previous undergraduate theological education is required. In addition, the following items are required as part of the application process:
Applying for Admission
- Complete and submit online application
- Support doctrinal qualifications for students
- Write autobiographical essays
- Provide two references (Not applicable to CMHC Applicants)
- Pay nonrefundable application fee
If you are a:
6. Transcript Evaluation
7. TOEFL or IELTS
Clinical Mental Health Counseling Applicant
6. Faculty Group Interview*
(*Only Required for Clinical Mental Health Counseling Applicants)
7. No References Required
Covid-19 Application Requirement Changes
Counseling Certificate Applicants
Listed below are dates by which applications must be submitted and all required credentials must be on file in order to receive equal consideration with other applicants. Allow sufficient time for the processing of transcripts and reference requests so that they arrive at the Admissions Office prior to the stated deadlines.
To ensure your application can be considered for the semester of your choice, please have all reference forms and transcript(s) postmarked by the following dates:
|Beginning Campus Semester||Application Deadline|
(also includes October Modular)
(also includes January and March Modular)
(also includes June Modular)
|Modular-Based Students||Registration for specific courses must be completed
at least six weeks prior to the class.
|Beginning Online Session||Application Deadline|
|Fall First 8-week Session||July 24|
|Fall Second 8-week Session||September 25|
|Spring First 8-week Session||December 7|
|Spring Second 8-week Session||February 19|
|Summer Sessions||April 22|
International Residential Students
|Fall Semester||May 1|
|Spring Semester||October 1|
Title IX Policy and Complaint Procedure
Moody expects all members of the Moody community to comply with Moody’s Title IX Policy and Complaint Procedures (the “Title IX Policy”), which prohibits and provides an avenue for those who have been the target of or who witness Sex-Based Misconduct, Sex Discrimination, or Retaliation in Moody Education Programs or Activities. Such Programs and Activities are further defined in the Title IX Policy and extend to admission and employment, to the extent applicable. The employee responsible for coordinating Title IX compliance efforts is:
Rachel Campbell, Interim Title IX Coordinator
820 N. LaSalle Blvd. Chicago, IL 60610
Please review the Title IX webpage at the following URL to access the Title IX Policy and for more information and resources related to Sex-Based Misconduct and Sex Discrimination: https://www.moody.edu/about/reports-and-policies/.