How you learn will determine how you lead.

At RTS Jackson, the context of community fosters meditation on God's Word as you're surrounded by other believers. A faculty that cares for their students, weekly prayer groups and athletics, and campus housing together help us to live out our motto: a mind for truth, a heart for God.

Dr. Guy L. Richardson
President, Jackson Campus

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RTS Event: Dr. Duncan on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood

Dr. J. Ligon Duncan III, Chancellor and CEO of RTS, will be speaking February 17 on the topic of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood. ... | Read More

AALI Event: Race, Memory, and How We Are Still Fighting the Civil War

The African American Leadership Initiative is pleased to announce this thought-provoking event on Monday, February 13. Dr. ... | Read More

Spring 2017 Preview Day, March 6

We warmly welcome you to attend our Spring 2017 Campus Preview Day, Monday, March 6. This day will provide prospective students ... | Read More

Hughes Scholarship Applications Due March 15

Reformed Theological Seminary has launched a new financial aid application, and we are now accepting applications for the ... | Read More

Bill Barcley to Speak at Spiritual Life Conference

RTS Jackson is pleased to announce that Bill Barcley will be the speaker at this year's Spiritual Life Conference. This year's ... | Read More

Barcley to Speak at Spiritual Life Conference

February 28- March 1, Bill Barcley, Senior Pastor of Sovereign Grace Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Charlotte, NC, will deliver 3 lectures for the RTS Jackson Spiritual Life Conference. His topic is contentment in the Christian life. Please join us!

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Covenant Theology with Ligon Duncan

What is a covenant? What role do covenants play in the Bible? Dr. Duncan explains why covenant theology helps us understand the Bible's message.

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Interested in a Career in Christian Counseling?

Our MFTC program at RTS Jackson equips you from a biblical world and life view to be a licensed counselor and trains you to engage in the ministry of discipling the brokenhearted. Students engage in a robust curriculum of theology and psychology classes along with 500 hours of on-site clinic work with real clients to prepare them for licensure as LPCs and LMFTs, all under the supervision of experienced professors and supervisors.

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Could you be a Hughes Scholarship Candidate?

A Hughes Scholarship is a full-tuition scholarship for incoming, residential Master of Divinity Students. The total value of each scholarship will be in excess of $55,000 for the 106-hour MDiv program. In addition to 100% tuition, the Hughes Scholarship provides a $1000-per-year book stipend (up to $3,000 total) for recipients to build their library while in seminary.

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Jackson MDIV Distinctives

What makes the Master of Divinity program at RTS Jackson distinct? From our intensive Summer Institute of Biblical Languages to our on-campus housing, the Jackson campus offers plenty of opportunities to grow in mind and heart as you prepare for ministry.

Watch MDiv Video Listen to a Recent Chapel Message by Ligon Duncan

African American Leadership Initiative (AALI)

The African American Leadership Initiative provides mentoring, modeling, fellowship, and scholarship to students. Members of AALI will learn how to apply the Gospel to the unique challenges and circumstances of ministry in a multi-ethnic, urban setting.

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Community & Campus Housing

A seminary education is so much more than just hours spent in the classroom. Being surrounded by like-minded peers and faculty is vital for the spiritual and educational formation of counselors and pastors in training. At RTS Jackson, on- and off-campus housing fosters a community atmosphere unlike any other as students learn and grow together.

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