United States, California

Located in Pasadena, Fuller Theological Seminary is a multi-denominational Christian seminary established in 1947. Fuller’s student body of 3500 includes students from over 90 countries and 110 denominational backgrounds. It is organized into schools of theology, psychology, and intercultural studies. The seminary offers 18-degree programs, including seven master’s degrees and 11 advanced degrees. They offer 16-degree programs with Spanish, Korean, and online options through the schools. The schools of theology and intercultural studies are also accredited by the Association of Theological Schools. It provides programs in divinity, and PhD programs In theology, therapy, clinical psychology, and Christian studies.  

Campus Life

Fuller’s main campus is in Pasadena, adjacent to Los Angeles and Hollywood invites them to engage many cultures. On the campus, the students can find a leafy central mall with spaces for gathering and a prayer garden for quiet contemplation. Fuller’s sustainably designed Hubbard Library on the Pasadena campus is committed to equipping students with the academic resources they need. Library holdings include more than 700,000 print booms and a number of special collections. The 47,000 sq ft David Allan Hubbard Library incorporated the former McAlister Library building at its main campus in Pasadena, for a total of 90,000 sq ft.  

Noted Alumni

Fuller’s 43000 alumni are impacting the world through vocations across the spectrum, from ministry and business to counseling and cross-cultural service be it as ministers, counselors, teachers, artists, nonprofit leaders, businesspersons, and a multitude of other kingdom vocations around the world.