Anyone desiring admission to the seminary must complete an application at least four weeks prior to registration. Students who have not attended in two years must update their application. Application for admission is through the BMA Seminary Admissions and Recruiting office. Email the office directly at email@example.com for more information or click the “Get More info” tab.
Read the instructions for the application very carefully to ensure you fill it out properly.
All students must complete an application, whether desiring to pursue a degree, take a few courses for credit, or audit select courses.
Want to submit a paper based application? You can find it here. You may also request a paper application by contacting the Admissions Office at (903) 586-2501.
The online application consists of six sections that must be completed before the application is submitted. Your information in the application is saved when entered. If you are unable to complete a portion of the application, you can return later to finish the application. All the information previously entered will remain available for you to review and modify. You must completely fill out each section of the application before progressing to the next one and be sure to electronically sign and date it as the final step.
Even in our highly electronic world, some things still need to be done on paper. Get all the requested documents together and send them in to the seminary to complete the application process or upload directly to the site. Remember, all transcripts, reference forms and the church validation need to be sealed and sent directly to BMA Seminary at P.O. Box 670, Jacksonville, TX 75766.
Step 4: Wait for Confirmation of Acceptance
The Admissions Committee meets regularly to review applications. You will be notified by phone, e-mail, or letter when your application has been approved or denied.
Step 5: Register for Classes
Class schedules and registration forms are available on our website. As part of the registration process, you must call the Dean’s Office and speak to an adviser to discuss your class schedule.