Prospective students invited to Next Steps at Concordia Seminary

Concordia Seminary, St. Louis will host the Next Steps visitation event for prospective married students and their families July 8-9 on campus. The event provides participants an opportunity to connect with the campus community and get answers to their questions about life as a student at the Seminary.

Topics during the Next Steps retreat include campus life, housing, employment, schools and more. A panel discussion Friday afternoon will feature current Seminary families, who will candidly answer questions from their own experiences including those about health care and child care.

There also will be fun events for the whole family to participate in, including a BBQ in the “Woods” (the nickname for married student on-campus housing) and a morning at the Saint Louis Science Center with Seminary families.

The event is free. Housing, meals and child care during the event will be provided by Concordia Seminary.

The registration deadline is June 15. Register online here or mail a completed registration form to:

Admissions Office
Concordia Seminary
801 Seminary Place
St. Louis, MO 63105

For more information, call 800-822-9545 or email admissions@csl.edu.

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