Applications for the 2024-2025 Program will be open in January 2024.

Trying to decide between pursuing your seminary degree or the Colson Fellows Program? Perhaps you can do both!

Through a partnership with The Bible Seminary (TBS), students pursuing a seminary degree can receive up to six transferable graduate credits for completing the Colson Fellows Program through any one of our U.S. Regional or Online Cohorts.*

How do I get started?

  • If you’re planning to enroll in a TBS degree program. Contact TBS admissions to apply. Upon acceptance you will register for APO 501 and ELE 501.
  • If you’re already enrolled in another seminary degree program. Contact TBS admissions to register as a transient student.

The Bible Seminary Admissions:
Registrar: Carousel Pieterse
Phone: 281-646-1109

To learn more about The Bible Seminary, visit:

How does it work?

Following acceptance into TBS and payment of your tuition to TBS for the selected courses, you will then apply to the Colson Fellows Program, select your preferred Cohort location (Regional or Online) and begin the Colson Fellows Program on July 1st (you do not pay the Colson Center). Additional book costs are approximately $190.

Colson Fellows Admissions: Julie Bailon
Phone: 719-666-3228

*Students are responsible for confirming that credits are transferable and will apply to their seminary and applicable degree program. Students obtain graduate credits from The Bible Seminary by successfully, completing the Colson Fellows Program AND supplemental assignments from The Bible Seminary as outlined in the course syllabi for APO 501 and ELE 501.

In order to receive graduate credits from The Bible Seminary, students must have completed a qualifying undergraduate degree. Students may contact TBS Admissions to request an undergraduate degree audit to confirm that they qualify to earn graduate credits.