To be admitted, the applicants must show evidence of commitment to church ministries; manifest gifts; have good moral character at home, in the church, and in the community; and possess academic qualifications for the desired program.
Seminary students are called by God to serve Him and His people, thus it is expected that their conduct will be particularly exemplary at all times. If a student’s conduct on or off campus is found to be inconsistent with his/her Christian duty and calling, the administration reserves the right to suspend or expel him/her from the Seminary.
The Student Handbook sets the guidelines for students’ conduct. Students may request counseling concerning his/her spiritual and academic programs from the Chaplain, concerned faculty and administrative staff as necessary.
Opportunities for spiritual enrichment accompany the academic training. Dawn prayer meetings are held everyday; Chapel services every Tuesday and Thursday; Wednesday prayer meetings, and all night prayer meeting are being conducted. Day of prayer and fasting, and revival week are regular activities every semester.