In 2009, Westminster Theological Seminary launched its Texas Campus as an independent seminary which is now called Redeemer Seminary.
The Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools, at its meeting in February, 2011, voted to approve Redeemer Seminary as a Candidate for accredited status. The Commission on Accrediting Board of Commissioners recognizes candidacy for accredited status as its official preaccredited status.
Academic Programs Redeemer Seminary offers the M.Div., M.A.R., M.A., and Certificate in Christian Studies programs. Westminster concludes its M.Div. and M.A.R. programs in Texas in cooperation with Redeemer during a transitional period.
Instruction is provided by the full-time Redeemer faculty, adjunct faculty, and some visiting faculty from Westminster Theological Seminary Philadelphia.Redeemer Seminary is committed to keeping a student’s tuition expense as low as possible by offering scholarships and encourages students to “pay as you go” rather than accumulating debt. Therefore, Redeemer Seminary does not intend to participate in the Federal Stafford Loan program. For an analysis of the problem of student loan debt, please see the published research study, “The Gathering Storm – The Educational Debt of Theological Students”.
Facilities Redeemer occupies facilities in 6060 N Central Expy, an 8-story office building. The 14,000-square-foot suite offers three classrooms, a library, administrative and faculty offices, a student computer lab, videoconferencing capabilities, and a kitchen. The Seminary’s facilities also contain the office of the Southwest Church Planting Network, a ministry of four PCA presbyteries in the Southwest.