While the evening M.R.S. courses allow the student to pursue a career in the daytime, full-time day students are encouraged to keep their outside work obligations within reasonable limits so that ample time can be given to seminary studies and research. In this way the value of the seminary course will be more fully appreciated. Students new to the region will find many work opportunities in the metropolitan area. A limited number of part-time jobs are available at the Seminary and in local church ministries.
While it is the student’s responsibility to secure his own housing, the Dean of Students has helpful information and will work with individuals in finding suitable lodging. There may be opportunities for single students to board with families from local churches, and one or two bedroom apartments are easily accessible for married students.