Welcome to RTS Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. is an urban center with global significance, and the Washington campus of RTS is committed to providing faithful, confessional and theological training to those who would serve Jesus Christ in different contexts around the world as ministers, missionaries, scholars, and lay leadership. We would love to talk to you further about how RTS-DC can partner with you in your preparation for wherever God has called you.

Dr. Scott Redd
President, Associate Professor of Old Testament

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Winter Seminar: Justice and War

Justice and War: Theological Principles on the Use of Force and the Ethics of Armed Conflict Threats to security and peace ... | Read More

Luther’s (Re)Formative Years

Reformed Theological Seminary, D. C., invites you to a lecture and sermon series on   LUTHER’S (RE)FORMATIVE YEARS: ... | Read More

Preview Day: Wednesday, 11/15

PREVIEW DAY Wednesday, November 15, 2017   Sessions:   1:30-4:30 PM — Introduction to Pastoral & ... | Read More

Upcoming Seminar: Bioethics

Reformed Theological Seminary’s Institute of Theology and Public Life invites you to an upcoming ... | Read More

New Admissions Coordinator at RTS Washington

President Scott Redd of RTS Washington announced that Timoteo Sazo is assuming the role of Admissions Coordinator at the ... | Read More

50% African American Leadership Scholarship

The African American Leadership Scholarship is a 50% scholarship for African American students who have experience in and a heart for ministry in African American, multiethnic, or urban contexts. It is available to RTS students in any degree program at any campus.

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Silver Line Metro Opens at RTS Washington, D.C.

Located across the street from the McLean Silver Line stop, RTS Washington is easily accessible by public transportation from the greater Washington, D.C. area.

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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. In order to apply to this highly selective scholarship, new MDiv applicants must be admitted and complete the financial aid application by March 15, 2018.

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The efforts of RTS Washington, D.C. to train the next generation of Christian leaders depends in large part on the generous giving of donors.

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