Covington Theological Seminary

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  • 1168 Cross St

    Fort Oglethorpe, GA 30742

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  • 706-866-5626

About Covington Theological Seminary

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Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm

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After much research, I decided that CTS was a quality school and would offer me the challenging education I desired. I have been a part of their DMin program for the past eight months and I am completely satisfied. I graduated from Southern Seminary in 1978 where I received a first class education. I must say, after personal experience, that CTS rates right up there with Southern. If you are seeking a PhD in order to teach at a well known seminary, then CTS would not be for you. However, if you want a super education that would help you be more effective in the local church, then do not hesitate to consider Covington. I am a part of the distance learning program-which is very challenging. I do miss the lectures, class attendance, and relationship building, but since I am unable to leave my current church position and move to Georgia, it is certainly meeting my need. The faculty and staff truly care about all their students (even the ones they have never met). I totally agree with the review by shaptoothbarney!!!
The negative comments you may find on the internet are not written by students of Covington. All the grads I have spoken with, agree that CTS is quality!

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After much research, I decided that CTS was a quality school and would offer me the challenging education I desired. I have been a part of their DMin program for the past eight months and I am completely satisfied. I graduated from Southern Seminary in 1978 where I received a first class education. I must say, after personal experience, that CTS rates right up there with Southern. If you are seeking a PhD in order to teach at a well known seminary, then CTS would not be for you. However, if you want a super education that would help you be more effective in the local church, then do not hesitate to consider Covington. I am a part of the distance learning program-which is very challenging. I do miss the lectures, class attendance, and relationship building, but since I am unable to leave my current church position and move to Georgia, it is certainly meeting my need. The faculty and staff truly care about all their students (even the ones they have never met). I totally agree with the review by shaptoothbarney!!!
The negative comments you may find on the internet are not written by students of Covington. All the grads I have spoken with, agree that CTS is quality!

Pros: Affordable, Challenging

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I was skeptical going into the classes. I had not heard much about the school, and was concerned about its size. The professors at the Western Carolina Extension are awesome! They have put together a faculty that I would put up against most schools. We had some drop out in the first few days, saying, "This is too hard. It's like a real seminary." Praise God, that's what I was hoping for. I feel that I am receiving a great education that will prepare me, and would not hesitate to recommend the school. Don't come in looking for an easy walk and a cheap degree. These guys are here to teach.

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★★★★★

I was skeptical going into the classes. I had not heard much about the school, and was concerned about its size. The professors at the Western Carolina Extension are awesome! They have put together a faculty that I would put up against most schools. We had some drop out in the first few days, saying, "This is too hard. It's like a real seminary." Praise God, that's what I was hoping for. I feel that I am receiving a great education that will prepare me, and would not hesitate to recommend the school. Don't come in looking for an easy walk and a cheap degree. These guys are here to teach.

Pros: Professors, Class size, Theological soundness

Cons: No extracurriculars.

 

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