We Are Still Accepting Applications for Fall 2022 Classes
(But you have to hurry!)
Planning to apply for the Fall 2022 semester? There’s still time to submit your application! However, we have limited on-campus housing available, so we encourage you to get your completed application to us as soon as possible.
If you’re unable to relocate to Chicago this fall, we have several other ways you can begin your Moody education:
- One option is our First Year Online Program (FYOP)! An alternative to in-person classes, the program allows you to participate in our hyflex model for selected courses.
- You also have the option to earn your entire degree online, not just the first year. Our online format gives you the flexibility to study anywhere in the world and whenever it’s best for you. Choose from an eight-week format, self-paced format, or a combination of the two!
- Or become a commuter student at Moody! Pay per credit hour and keep a full-time or part-time course load, whatever best suits your needs! As a commuter student, you have access to the benefits of Moody’s student activities and amenities while you live off-campus.
Whether you choose to live on campus or study online, your first step is completing and submitting your application as soon as you can!
Moody Bible Institute
Your time at Moody will be full of life-transforming spiritual growth as you live and serve together with your classmates, faculty, and mentors.
Earn your degree on the Chicago campus and get practical experience doing what you learn about in the classroom. Study at the Spokane Aviation campus to become a missionary mechanic or aviator.
You’ll gain technical skills and biblical knowledge to go wherever God calls you.
Moody Theological Seminary
You can grow deeper in your knowledge of God’s Word at Moody Theological Seminary, no matter where God has called you. Your graduate studies will deepen your relationship with God and your walk with Him. Training at Moody prepares you for a lifetime of influence.
Choose the learning style that fits your schedule best—attend classes on campus in Chicago or Michigan, take courses online, or combine the two methods with modular classes.