Know Someone Considering a Calling to Ministry?
As alumni of Asbury Theological Seminary, you know the value of being part of a supportive seminary family. And, as you encounter other people who feel a call from God to participate in vocational ministry, you also know how difficult it can be to discern, be spiritually formed, and be equipped for ministry. All seminaries are not the same, and you all know the value of the instruction and guidance students gain from ATS, as well as the continuing support that is available to you after you graduate.
These days, we are still committed to preparing “theologically educated, sanctified, Spirit-filled men and women to evangelize and to spread scriptural holiness throughout the world through the love of Jesus Christ, in the power of the Holy Spirit and to the glory of God the Father.” And, we are taking active steps to make sure all those things are available to every student who passes through our institution. Not only that, but our Office of Alumni seeks to ensure our graduates are supported from the time they become a student here at Asbury, to the time they pass into glory. We even have free Alumni benefits that extend beyond that and continue to care for alumni spouses in their later years! Asbury Theological Seminary supports the ATS family long after that last bill is paid, because to us, you are more than dollar signs and budget concerns! Asbury for Life!
Your Office of Alumni staff want to make it easy for you to show prospective students how valuable it is to be part of the Asbury Seminary family. If you would like materials to give to people in your life who are considering entering vocational ministry, simply contact us via email (email@example.com) or by phone (1-859-858-2215). We will be happy to mail a packet of information out to you. You can also help prospective students schedule an official visit to campus via this web portal.
There is a wealth of online information about campus life, spiritual formation, our holiness legacy, tuition and scholarships, attending as an international student, and other considerations on the Admissions website here.
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