Blue Bell, PA

Theological Seminary of the Reformed Episcopal Church

reseminary.edu/ ⟶

Graduation Rate
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Tuition (In-State)
$12,750
Acceptance Rate
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Enrollment
28
Mission The charter of The Theological Seminary of the Reformed Episcopal Church declares that the Seminary was formed “for the purpose of educating and training students for the ministry of the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ especially in connection with the Reformed Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church in North America in accordance with the Constitution, Canons, rules, regulations, principles, Doctrine, and worship of said Church.” Vision Our vision at Reformed Episcopal Seminary is to train Christ’s people to serve the flock of the Lord Jesus Christ through biblical, Anglican Worship, Example, and Discipleship as defined in the official standards of the Reformed Episcopal Church. Values Students are immersed in Scripture, the historical and ancient traditions of the church, worship, and doctrine. Emphasis is placed on classical Anglicanism lived out in the world through worship, evangelism, and discipleship.

Costs and Financial Aid

$12,750
Tuition
$12,750
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Acceptance Rate and Test Scores

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Diversity and Demographics

28
Students
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Liberal Arts
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Research and Experimental Psychology, Other
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