Who We are

Fuller Theological Seminary is one of the world’s most influential evangelical institutions and the largest multidenominational seminary.

  • 18 degree programs in 3 languages
  • 6 locations and online
  • 3 schools
  • 20 centers, institutes, and initiatives
  • 4,000 students from 90 countries and 110 denominations
  • 41,000 alumni serving in 130 nations

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What Sets us Apart

Unmatched Scholarship

Unmatched Scholarship

Fuller’s faculty are leading scholars in their disciplines—the ones who write the books you may already be reading. They’ll challenge you to go deep academically while they walk alongside you spiritually and personally.

Courageous Spirit

Courageous Spirit

We're not afraid to ask hard questions, push boundaries, and explore new ideas. With a seminary community that comes from hundreds of traditions and backgrounds, we listen, wrestle, dialogue, and come away stronger.

Unchanging Focus

Unchanging Focus on Christ

As we challenge, innovate, and engage the world, we remain firmly rooted in the unchanging gospel of Jesus Christ. Whether you study children at risk or theology and culture, you will find a solid biblical grounding in every course.

Whole-Life Formation

Whole-Life Formation

Fuller’s radical new level of resources and lifetime support will nurture your spiritual, personal, and vocational formation—helping you discern and prepare for your calling, whether it’s to traditional ministry or an unexpected pulpit.

Our Three schools

Fuller’s School of Theology, School of Psychology, and School of Intercultural Studies are distinct in character, but inform one another in ways that enrich every student’s experience.
Why Fuller Three Schools


  • Leaders in the integration of theology and psychology
  • Depth and breadth of research unmatched in Christian programs
  • Strong clinical training prepares life-giving professionals


  • Six-decade tradition of rigorous, biblically based scholarship
  • Centers and initiatives creatively engage a changing culture
  • Diversity of emphasis and study options allow customization


  • Known as innovators who shape mission theory and practice
  • Vibrantly diverse community enables mutual learning
  • Classroom teaching closely connected with practical ministry

Our Faculty

At Fuller you'll learn from leading scholars like these:
Kyong-Jin Lee Portrait

Kyong-Jin Lee

Assistant Professor of Old Testament Studies
PhD, Yale University
Dr. Lee—who is of South Korean heritage, grew up in Bolivia, and later lived in Israel and Europe—brings a multicultural perspective that richly informs her teaching, research, and writings. “The different cultural backgrounds and methods of interpretation we have at Fuller make it a really stimulating place,” she says. Focusing on the Persian and Hellenistic periods of the Old Testament, she explores what we can glean from God’s movement among the people of that time.

Terry Hargrave

Terry D. Hargrave

Professor of Marital and Family Therapy
PhD, Texas Woman’s University
A broadly known author and expert in forgiveness, intergenerational issues, and intensive marriage and family therapy, Dr. Hargrave brings to his teaching more than 20 years’ experience in the counseling room. “I believe that God’s redemption includes people learning how to restore love and trust to their own relationships,” he says. Offering gentle yet deeply informed guidance to his students, he is committed to both their academic and spiritual formation as Christian professionals.

Johnny Ramirez-Johnson

Johnny Ramírez-Johnson

Professor of Intercultural Studies
MEd, EdD, Harvard University
Raised in a Puerto Rican household where he was persecuted for his Christian beliefs, Dr. Ramírez-Johnson has a passion for missiology refined by fire. With training in human development and cultural psychology—and extensive church planting experience—he teaches a practical theology that facilitates the gospel’s work among the unreached from inner cities to remote outposts. Students leave his classes with “the theological, social science, and spiritual tools” for wise missional engagement.

What our students are saying

Students blog about their experience in “Touchstone,” an introductory course that’s central to Fuller’s new vocational formation emphasis.

Christy Johnson

Engaging with the CIQ

12/22/15 in Christy Cameron

One of the questions included on the Fuller application asks: “At this point in your Christian journey, how do you envision your call to God’s mission in the world?” On my own application, I wrote that I wanted to further Christ’s redemptive work in his broken creation, to embody his compassion to others by offering greater depth of spiritual care, particularly to the sick and emotionally wounded.

Blogger Chris Lopez

Now What?

12/15/15 in Chris Lopez

In the last scene of Finding Nemo, Gill and the rest of the tank crew finally manage to escape the confines of the dentist office fish tank and make it to the “Big Blue,” the ocean, as one of the fishes from the tank dreamingly described it. Once every character makes it to the ocean, the camera zooms out to get the whole crew in the frame.

Blogger Nicole Hunter

A Question of Call

12/9/15 in Nicole Hunter

It is that time again. It is time to engage in the best/worst practice of these Touchstone courses: re-articulating my understanding of God’s call on my life. I have come to appreciate this constant reexamination that is part of these courses.

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