If you believe Maranatha Baptist Seminary is the place where God would have you pursue your seminary training, we invite you to begin the application process today. Completed entirely online, the application allows you to introduce yourself and prepare for this next step in your education.
Whether you’re a recent college graduate pursuing a graduate program, an experienced full-time Christian servant, or someone who wants to know Christ more deeply, we will direct you to the program and learning option that will help you best fulfill God’s plan for your life.
Step 1: Complete Your Application
Click apply now to be directed to the Maranatha admissions portal where you can complete and submit your application. An incomplete application can be saved and retrieved at any time via an application key and email address. To re-access the application form, click the appropriate link on the application page.
Step 2: Gather Requested Documents
Step 3: Submit Documents to MBS
Send the completed documents to the Admissions Office, Maranatha Baptist Seminary, 745 West Main Street, Watertown, WI 53094.
Step 4: MBS Contacts You
We are excited to talk with you about your plans to begin your seminary training through Maranatha Baptist Seminary. In this step, we gather your application and subsequent documents together and prepare to contact you. We are very ready to help you with this next phase of your education.
paying for Seminary
Take up to 12 credits
Guest students are those who are interested in taking classes at Maranatha Baptist Seminary but have not yet enrolled or do not intend to enroll in a specific program. We welcome guest students to enroll in any course, in any format—on-campus, online, or modular. Guests may take up to 12 credits without enrolling in a program and can apply for a graduate program at any time. Audit options are also available.
Churches have the opportunity to provide practical experience and discipleship for Maranatha Baptist Seminary students through the Church Site Program. Partner with MBS as a local pastor: Bring in an intern or assistant, and help Maranatha give students the best of both worlds—excellent online seminary education and real-life ministry experience.