Program areas at DTS
INSTRUCTION: Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS) offers a variety of graduate academic programs from its main campus in Dallas, TX and its extension sites in Austin, Houston, and San Antonio, Texas; Atlanta, Georgia; Nashville, TN and Manassas, Virginia. Online courses are also offered. DTS is nondenominational and seeks to serve those of like biblical faith in evangelical protestantism. DTS has over 15,000 alumni serving in 105 countries. Fall 2019 enrollment consisted of 2,470 students, with 14,472 total class hours taken that term.
AUXILIARY: Auxiliary enterprises consist of a student bookstore, dining facilities, two student apartment buildings, and a theological journal. Mitchell Ministry Center houses student support activites and the bookstore. Swiss Tower residence hall has 158 apartments for married students with families and includes a fireside chat room, playroom, and courtyard with a pool. Washington Hall, the single-student apartment building, contains 158 bedrooms in one and two bedroom apartments. Its amenities include a student research library that is an extension of Turpin Library, a fully outfitted computer lab, conference rooms, 2 music practice rooms, 2 media rooms, a multipurpose room/gym, and a pool. Bibliotheca Sacra, a theological quarterly, in continuous publication since 1843, has been published by DTS since 1934. Bibliotheca Sacra does not include any advertising or endorsements.
STUDENT SERVICES: The mission of student services is to ensure that every student has the opportunity to develop as a godly servant-leader through his or her social, cultural, spiritual, physical, and emotional life. We provide advisement, programming, and services to enrich community, family life, personal interaction, social development, cultural awareness, physical development and campus diversity. The admissions department works to recruit and then equip entering students with the resources needed to have a successful graduate-studies experience. The registrar and counseling offices provide advising, counseling and testing services to facilitate personal, family and professional development. The Chaplains office encourages campus community life, worship, and spiritual development through chapel programming. The Dean of Students office provides opportunities for student participation in decision-making and leadership development through student groups.