Your Financial Gifts to Austin Grad Impact the Church and the World

Your Financial Gifts to Austin Grad Impact the Church and the World

Since 1917, students, church members, ministers, and church leaders have received education from Austin Graduate School of Theology designed to help them become strong Christian servants. Austin Grad is a Christian seminary that helps individuals and congregations gain the skills they need to develop and promote deep biblical literacy and Christian faith.

The faculty members of Austin Grad are highly credentialed and experienced to do this work. Austin Grad is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to teach transferable university courses and to award bachelor’s and master’s degrees in the same manner as accredited state and private universities.

Austin Grad is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. The Tax ID number is 51-0174-094. To make a gift, please click on the Donation link on this page or mail your gift to:

Austin Graduate School of Theology | Office of the President
7640 Guadalupe St., Austin, Texas 78752

 

To discuss either making a bequest in your will or other gifts, please contact Jim Fly, Vice President of Development, at 512-476-2772 or email Jim at JFly@AustinGrad.edu.

Your financial gifts allow Austin Grad to serve congregations and individuals and provide scholarships to help minimize student debt for individuals preparing for ministry or other Christian service.

 

Your Gifts Provide Support for University-Level Seminary Education That Is Offered to Four Categories of Individuals

1. Degrees:

Qualified individuals may complete a Master of Arts in Theological Studies or a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Studies.

2. Stand-alone Specializations:

Qualified individuals can take for university credit one or more stand-alone graduate or undergraduate Specializations in specific areas of Christian service and biblical studies. This category includes individuals seeking a degree, individuals not seeking a degree, and individuals who already possess one or more degrees. Specializations can be highly efficient and are typically completed in 3 or 4 courses. Specializations include such areas as:

  • Old Testament studies
  • Preaching skills
  • Basic skills in biblical Hebrew
  • Ministry skills
  • New Testament studies
  • Evangelism skills
  • Basic skills in biblical Greek
  • Pastoral care & counseling skills

 

3. Homeschool and High School University Credit:

Qualified juniors and seniors in homeschool or high school may earn transferable university credit, generally at reduced tuition rates, when they complete undergraduate courses in areas of Christian service or biblical studies.

4. Audit Opportunities:

When space is available, individuals may audit graduate and undergraduate courses by paying a minimal fee. University credit is not earned when courses are audited.

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