Fuller Seminary has served churches and ministry organizations in Colorado since the 1960s, when we launched a theological training partnership with Young Life. That legacy of collaboration continues today as we shape our graduate programs to meet the needs of students working in a dynamic range of ministries and organizations.
You can complete your degree with a combination of evening, weekend, intensive, or online courses that works best for your schedule. In every class, you’ll find a diverse learning community of students who are exploring vocational callings in the local church, nonprofits, the marketplace, and a spectrum of other contexts.
Embracing the best of Fuller’s rich tradition of academic rigor, spiritual enrichment, thoughtful cultural engagement, and the pioneering spirit of the West, Fuller Colorado offers you a stimulating theological environment that’s shaped by innovation, creativity, and a renewed emphasis on your spiritual and vocational formation. Explore our site to learn more.
The Colorado campus will be repurposed to offer Hybrid Plus courses only, starting in Fall 2016, in addition to partnership programs. Fuller is approved to offer the MDiv, MAT, MATM, and MAICS in the Hybrid Plus format. We plan to offer three different Hybrid Plus course pairs each year, designed to meet the residency requirement for students in our various degree programs.
A schedule of upcoming courses and other details can be found here.
Cohort courses for the MAGL, DMiss and partnership programs will continue to be hosted and served by staff here at the Colorado campus.
For details regarding your specific academic program, please contact your academic advisor.
New addresses effective July 1, 2016 (Pending ATS approval)
Office and Library: 225 North Weber Street; Colorado Springs, CO 80903.
Classes will be held at 219 E Bijou Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903.