Truett Seminary

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About Truett Seminary

At Baylor's Truett Seminary, students are equipped with both knowledge and experience to pursue God's call to ministry. Students work in mentoring relationships alongside pastors, international missionaries and leaders of faith-based entities to gain a unique understanding of life in ministry and insight into the day-to-day operations of churches and organizations. Truett graduates are academically prepared and spiritually equipped to lead and to serve the Church and a world in need.

We are pastors and scholars. We are educators and mentors. We are students and ministers.

Degree Programs


Community for Now...And Beyond

Community is a word that you will hear often around the campus of Truett Seminary. But "community" isn't just a word to us - it's a way of life. We are committed to learn together, worship together, live together, and journey together. AND it doesn't end at graduation. Lifelong friendships and networking opportunities follow Truett graduates long after graduation. We hope that you will take the next step to join the Truett Seminary community. Visit us now by registering for one of our Previews or apply now!


Noted Scholars, Respected Church Leaders

Truett Seminary's faculty are renowned for their excellence in teaching, their passion for the student body, and their exceptional body of publications. However, they are also known around the state of Texas and beyond for their commitment to the Church. Our faculty are leaders in church and missions. Not only do they teach the students of Truett Seminary what it means to be women and men of God who are called to serve the church, they lead by example.

News & Events

Dr. John B. White, Assistant Professor of Practical Theology and Director of the Sports Chaplaincy/Ministry Program at Truett, will deliver the endowed Greenhoe Lectures at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary on March 26-28, 2017.
As we follow along on the journey with Jesus to the cross, the season of Lent engages our hearts and minds so that we are truly ready to celebrate once we arrive at Resurrection Sunday. Students of Baylor University's George W. Truett Theological Seminary have written the Lenten devotionals from Ash Wednesday to Holy Saturday. Each of the Sunday devotionals are written by a Truett faculty member, ending with Easter Sunday, written by Truett's Dean Todd Still.
Join us as we draw our 25th anniversary to a close by reflecting on our fruitful past, faithful present, and promising future.
An expert bridge builder. That's what Jeremy Courtney is becoming in places where bridges have been smoldering for decades, and in some cases, for centuries.
Join us on October 25 & 26 for the Parchman Endowed Lectures, featuring Dr. Margaret M. Mitchell. She is the Shailer Mathews Professor of New Testament and Early Christian Literature, University of Chicago. Her topic is "Preaching Problem Texts in the Early Church: John 'the Golden Mouth" and his Beloved Apostle Paul."

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