We strive to make theological education affordable, accessible, relevant, and faithful to all students.
- We maintain high academic quality while being applicable to a person’s current context;
- We help students grow where God has planted them—meeting them where they are in life and ministry;
- We offer educational experiences that are applicable to a person’s unique calling;
- We instill lifelong learning.
The student body has long included men and women from a variety of traditions. In an effort to smooth the path to ordination for these students, Sioux Falls Seminary has committed to a "house of study" approach. This concept is a program of student services which offers enhanced support to students and provides a mechanism for communication with their denominational bodies concerning courses and requirements. Currently, there are active houses of study for Lutheran and United Methodist students.
We are proud of the men and women who make up the faculty at Sioux Falls Seminary. Not only have they been educated at world-renowned seminaries and universities, but they are also actively engaged in ministry service. Faculty encourage students--imparting their experiences in the pulpit, in the classroom, and in life. We invite you to learn more about the individuals who will be equipping you with the skills needed for a lifetime of ministry.