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Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Students


Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) students will find that United is a seminary rooted in the reformed tradition. PC (U.S.A.) graduates serve the church in a wide range of ministries throughout the country. Students will find a curriculum that satisfies the requirements of the denomination and offers these resources:

  • Two members of the resident faculty and one member of the staff are Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.):
  • PC (U.S.A.) clergy act as mentors to students in carefully chosen field placements;
  • History and polity is taught each year by PC (U.S.A.) faculty;
  • Elective courses on John Calvin and Reformed theological traditions are offered each year;
  • A study of the Book of Confessions is available as part of preparation for ordination;
  • Ecumenical worship at United means that PC (U.S.A.) students, faculty, staff, and clergy have the opportunity to lead worship in their own tradition as well as experience worship in a variety of styles and traditions.
  • The Presbyterian Hymnal is a worship resource at the seminary; and
  • All students at United have access to the seminary’s generous program of financial aid. In addition, the Mary Bigelow McMillan scholarship program provides up to full tuition for entering PC (U.S.A.) students.

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in my life.”

– Don Hanna, M.Div. 2008


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