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During the Day

Prospective graduate students are invited to visit the Moody Chicago campus during the day. Come find out what makes MTS—Michigan 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 DISCOVER MTS events. During these events you'll:

  • Attend a class of your choice
  • Meet professors
  • Talk with admissions counselors
  • Chat with current students

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

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Read through the application requirements and fill out the online application today!

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Learn more about Moody's programs and schools.
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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"I love the [spiritual] atmosphere at MTS—Michigan. When you are [here] you feel the Spirit of God involved in the school."
— Mary, G.C. in Biblical Studies