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Visit Campus



During the Day

Prospective graduate students are invited to visit the Moody Chicago campus during the day. Come find out what makes MTS unique!

Visit Features

  • Tailored to your needs and requests
  • Meet one-on-one with an admissions counselor
  • Tour campus
  • Eat lunch with current students
  • Visit an available class (no classes on Fridays)

Campus visits should be arranged at least one week in advance.

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In the Evening

If you are unable to visit the campus during the day, we welcome you to visit during our pre-scheduled Next Step events. During these events you'll:

  • Attend a class of your choice
  • Meet professors
  • Talk with admissions counselors
  • Chat with current students
  • Food provided so please register now

Next Step is the evening that we've set aside to help you discover how Moody Theological Seminary can develop and sharpen your ministry skills.

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Fill out this form to receive information on degrees and majors, student life and discover what makes Moody the gold standard of Bible-based education.

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Live a day in the life of a Moody student.
Schedule a campus visit and you can visit classes, talk to current students and professors, experience campus life and get answers to your important questions.

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"The student community is the hidden curriculum at MTS. Without being accountable and challenged by other students with whom you can grow, you miss something important in your educational experience. There is something about being in community that is transformational."
— Ray, Jersey City, N.J.
M.A. in Intercultural and
Urban Studies