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Andrew from Beverly, MA01/15/2014
Reviewer is A current student here.
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Categories Comments Bang for the buck
Somewhat pricey for a seminary, but still affordable, especially with scholarships.
What to do for fun
There is frisbee golf on campus and a nearby gym at Gordon College. Boston is also accessible, as well as Salem and other well-known sites along the North Shore of Massachusetts.
Food and Dining
The food is pretty good and tends to cater towards oriental predilections, but it is somewhat pricey.
The dorms are decent and well-regulated, but some of their rules may not be appreciated by everyone, such as an no alcohol policy.
The school work is challenging, especially the reading load. There are lots of deep topics and classes that take students well beyond the surface.
Tips for prospective students
Consider the program you want to enter and see if it is a strength for GCTS. Contact professors and admissions representatives to learn more about whether it is the right fit. It is definitely one of the best Evangelical seminaries to attend if considering future Ph.D. work.
In three sentences
This is one of the best Evangelical seminaries in America, with strong focuses on biblical languages and exegesis as well as pastoral ministry and counseling, including their intersections. It is located near Boston and opens students to a variety of opportunities, including cross-registering with institutions, such as Harvard Divinity School and Boston University's graduate department of Theology. It is also a vibrant area for local ministry and church planting.
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