Fuller Seminary’s campus in Sacramento offers you an intellectually rigorous graduate theological education with a missional focus and strong commitment to your holistic formation as a Christian disciple. As a student with us, you join a creative and passionate community devoted to the renewal and growth of the church—coming from a diversity of denominations, backgrounds, perspectives, and vocational callings both in and outside of traditional ministry.
Flexible course options—online, evenings, weekends, and combined online/in-class—allow you to tailor your program to fit your schedule. Our new location near two major interstates, the airport, and other transportation hubs is easily accessible. Fuller’s deep history with the Sacramento community dates back to 1976, giving us connections to many organizations and ministries working locally and globally here in the capital of California.
There’s a place for you at Fuller Sacramento. Explore our site to learn more.
Notice of Sacramento Campus Closing
Fuller Theological Seminary is in the midst of restructuring its educational and distributed learning models, due in large part to unprecedented changes in the landscape of seminary education. As part of the restructuring we have examined the role of our regional campuses, specifically taking a serious look at each campus in light of its enrollment patterns and operating costs. Difficult decisions related to this restructure have had to be made, and the President’s Council and Trustees have decided to close the Sacramento campus effective June 30, 2016.
There are many other options available to you for Fuller study if you don’t live close to a campus. We offer several of our degree programs primarily online, enabling you to stay in your home and ministry context as you learn.
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