Housed in our main seminary building, Reformation Heritage Books (RHB), a non-profit ministry that serves as our seminary bookstore, is an excellent source for Reformed literature.
The seminary has a welcoming committee that helps students find suitable accommodations for their time in Grand Rapids.
Qualifying students will find that a food bank, housed in the 2919 Leonard garage building next door to the seminary, is of immense help financially.
The PRTS Student Society is a student-led campus group that exists to enrich PRTS students’ lives while they attend PRTS. The society has a fourfold mission: to promote Christian growth....
The academic calendar lists reading breaks, theses deadlines, add/drop deadlines, enrollment periods, and more. Be sure to note all of these important dates for the current academic year.
The PRTS class schedule changes occasionally, so be sure to keep up with the latest information. The schedules are updated as needs be. If you have any questions, please contact the registrar.
Do you have a question regarding seminary? Please feel free to call or email us.