Welcome to The General Theological Seminary! Here is some information to assist you during your time as a General Learner:
The 2013-14 class dates and course schedules can all be found on the Course Offerings & Registrar page. The Academic Calendar is in the catalog. Become familiar with our website - It's a great resource as you join us this term.
Book lists and Syllabi are posted to the Course Resources page, as they are received.
Do you have general questions about being a General Learner and aspects of being part of our community? Read through the Resources & FAQ page. The page covers a range of topics.
The Seminary entrance is at 440 W 21st Street, halfway between 9th Avenue and 10th Avenue. Buzz yourself in at the gate, and then enter the door at the left. Go ahead and check out this campus map to see where your class will be meeting. The staff at the front desk are very helpful, so ask them if you have any questions.
Most faculty utilize the Portal, but not everyone does. So, if there are no documents within the Portal (such as a syllabus), contact your instructor directly. S/he may not have posted them.
If you would like to join us for community lunch in Hoffman Hall, Monday through Friday from 12:30pm - 1:30pm when classes are in session, you can buy a ticket from the receptionist at the Front Desk.
Would you like to take more classes at GTS as a General Learner? Keep an eye on the "Take a Course" tab for upcoming courses - we're offering fantastic opportunities all summer long. You can find the schedules for upcoming terms on the "Registrar and Course Offerings" page.
When you want to order your transcript, you'll find the Transcript Request Form on the "Course Offerings & Registrar" page.
If you are an out-of-towner looking for a place to stay near GTS while taking an intensive course, check out the list of accommodations chosen for their location and/or prices. Please note: We do not endorse any of the accommodations - It is a list we have culled.
Again, welcome. Our General Learners, like our matriculated students, add a variety of expertise and a common interest in learning about theology. They also happen to be studying in the greatest city in the world, on a gorgeous campus with a park inside of it. Here's the weather forcast for the next few days, and if you're looking for a place to eat lunch, you can try one of these restaurants or get a snack on the High Line, and then a view of the Statue of Liberty. I'm still in awe every time I see it!
Enjoy your session at GTS!