Grand Canyon Theological Seminary Location Options

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Are you interested in learning more about attending Grand Canyon Theological Seminary, but not sure if you want to take classes on our Phoenix campus? Curious about in-person or online options? If so, then continue reading to learn about the different seminary location options that we offer for our graduate programs:


Described by many as an oasis in the city, Grand Canyon University’s main campus in Phoenix offers students an ideal location to pursue their academic goals. If you want the campus experience and choose to complete your seminary program at this location, then you can look forward to features like popular dining options, new classroom buildings, state-of-the-art athletic facilities and refreshing swimming pools.


Are you interested in the benefits of going to school on campus, but you have a busy daytime schedule? For those who wish to study on campus but have a challenging schedule, Grand Canyon Theological Seminary offers evening classes that can make it easier for busy professionals to get the education that they desire while balancing life, work and school. You can earn your seminary degree by attending the small evening classes just once per week.


Today, many working professionals are choosing to broaden their horizons, make a career change or improve their skills and knowledge by furthering their education. Knowing this, Grand Canyon Theological Seminary offers all of our degrees online to provide you with the flexibility that you need to achieve your academic goals. You can stay connected to instructors and classmates while studying where and when works best for you with our online seminary programs.

For information about Grand Canyon Theological Seminary and our other theology degrees, click the green Request More Information button at the top of this page or visit our website.

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