Religious Studies majors have many opportunities after graduation. Many of our alumni continue their education, while others begin working in their chosen field. Recent graduates have:
- Continued ministry training at seminary level
- Pursued graduate studies in religion
- Found secular employment in teaching or counseling
Visit Days at Theological Schools
(for those of you interested in graduate work leading towards ministry or graduate work in theological studies):
Drop Your Nets Visit Days at Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg
The first visit day is Wednesday, Oct 30. Saturday visit days of Feb 21 and April 12, 2014.
Saturday Visit Days at Lancaster Theological Seminary on October 19 and February 15
Days For Discernment at Union Presbyterian Seminary, Richmond, Virginia
October 30; November 13; February 5 and 19; March 5
Nov. 1 is the date of the next campus visit day at Bethany Theological Seminary in Richmond, Ind. ENGAGE is a day of options designed for you to explore the Bethany experience with other people interested in theological education. The day will offer prospective seminary students the opportunity to worship together with the Bethany Seminary community and partner seminary Earlham School of Religion (ESR), hear a student panel, experience a class session, lunch with faculty, discuss financial aid and the admissions process, and take a campus tour. Register at www.bethanyseminary.edu/visit/engage or contact director of admissions Tracy Primozich at 765-983-1832 email@example.com .
Visit Wesley Theological Seminary, in Washington, DC, on Tuesday, November 12.
Methodist Theological School in Ohio
Information on visiting campus:
MTSO offers a competitive scholarship of full tuition plus $10K stipend!
The Harding Scholarship
The Harding Memorial Scholarship is the top award MTSO offers, with full tuition plus a $10,000 annual stipend. As such, the Harding has its own requirements, a unique application form and a February 1 deadline.