Asbury Theological Seminary’s Tulsa Extension Site

Asbury Theological Seminary  – Tulsa

The Tulsa site is made possible by a partnership with Asbury United Methodist Church. Like our site in Memphis, Tulsa functions in a format that gives students full access to the “Asbury Experience” while pursuing classes in a rich, theological environment.

This site gives you an opportunity to begin your theological graduate education in a format that is accessible and built with you in mind.  Courses offered meet for two weekends (view schedule) within a semester.  Each weekend features a Friday evening time of connection and space for corporate and personal formational growth.

How are classes taught?

Classes take place over a seven-week period during either the first or second half of the semester. Each class consists of an online component and two weekend meetings. During the weekend meetings (view schedule), classes meet at Asbury United Methodist Church (Venue Building) Friday evening, 6:30pm-9:30pm and Saturday 8:00am – 5:00pm.

How do I apply?

Students must apply online to Asbury Theological Seminary. You can learn more about degrees and courses offer by visiting our online academic catalog.  Eric Currie is our enrollment specialist and will be happy to work through the application process with you. Eric can be reached through email: eric.currie@asburyseminary.edu or phone: (844) GO.TO.ATS.

How can I pay for classes?

Financial Aid is available for all students seeking a degree through Asbury Theological Seminary. All students seeking Financial Assistance must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the Asbury Theological Seminary Financial Aid application. Financial Aid consultants are available to assist you through email: financial.aid@asburyseminary.edu or phone: 859.858.2319. Tuition costs can be found online at asbury.to/tuition. Scholarships are awarded and priority consideration is given to those who have completed their FAFSA and have been admitted to the seminary.

Next Steps

Asbury Theological Seminary is authorized for operation as a postsecondary educational institution by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education Commission and accredited by The Association of Theological Schools and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.