The Pense Center equips and facilitates research, scholarship and education for Evangelical seminary students, faculty and staff. The center also provides a bridge between the academy and the local church through working with denominations and hosting workshops and theological training.
Students can apply for a scholarship to become Pense Fellows where they will receive hands-on academic experience in museum curatorship, research and scholarship.
Dedicated in 1969, the Rostad Library houses the seminary’s collection of over 75,000 bound volumes and more.
The David A. Dorsey Museum of Biblical Archaeology at Evangelical Seminary exists to be an outstanding visual and tactile resource for understanding the cultural world of the Bible.
The School of Lifelong Learning offers accessible, non-credit and continuing education courses to equip individuals to serve the Church and Society.
An academic journal that supports Evangelical’s mission of nurturing rigorous minds is expressed through the scholarship of teaching, the scholarship of practice, and the scholarship of research.
Veritas Theology Institute is dedicated to training high school students to be theologically informed and socially engaged leaders in the Church and society.