Concordia Seminary, St. Louis reports vigorous registration activity for its 2003 Fall Visitation Weekend, to be held Oct. 9-11 on the Seminary campus. The weekend is designed for prospective students and their guests who are college age or older. It provides an effective means of learning more about life in the Concordia Seminary community and the preparation that leads to service as a pastor, missionary or chaplain in The Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod. At this point, more than 30 participants have registered.
Visitors will have the opportunity to worship with the Seminary community in The Chapel of St. Timothy and St. Titus, to visit classes and to tour the campus. Participants also will hear presentations on academic offerings, financial assistance, housing, Resident Field Education, vicarage and the admission process. Guests also may wish to take advantage of the many recreational opportunities in the St. Louis area, as well.
An Employment and Community Information Fair will be held on Friday evening. Employers and representatives from area schools, realty offices and other organizations at the Seminary and in the St. Louis community will be on-hand to share information and to answer questions.
There is no charge to attend the Fall Visitation Weekend, and all meals and lodging are provided free of charge. Round-trip transportation to Concordia Seminary from the airport, bus station or train station also is provided.
The Women’s Information Session on Saturday morning has proven to be very popular and beneficial for wives, fiancees and girlfriends who attend the Fall Visitation Weekend. Participants will have the opportunity to take part in a bus tour of the community, including stops at specific points of interest on Friday morning, immediately following the morning chapel service.
For more information, contact the Admissions Office at 1-800-822-9545, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Prospective students also may register online at csl-edu-staging.mrhxrwi0-liquidwebsites.com/fallvisreg.htm. The registration deadline is Oct. 1, 2003.