How to Apply

We are excited to learn more about you through your application to the School of Ministry Program at SF City Impact! Admission into the program requires 4 parts: (1) a personal questionnaire form with a personal statement; (2) reference forms from an academic or professional reference and a pastoral reference; a (3) $35 application fee; and (4) a personal interview. All parts of the application must be completed before the admissions committee makes a decision. 

Applications are currently being reviewed for our upcoming Summer and 9 month program. Students will be admitted on a rolling admissions basis.

Please visit the SOM Calendar section in the Student Life Header for more information on move-in and move-out dates.

Contact the team

Want to learn more about the program before applying? Get in touch with the team!

Fill out the adjacent form and a member of the admissions team will contact you!

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Application for Admission (All Students)

Ready to apply?

1. Personal Questionnaire and Personal Statement

2. References

Confidential Reference

Pastor's Reference

3. $35 Application Fee (must be received within 21 days of application submission)

Submit payment

4. Schedule Interview (after steps 1-3)

Application for Credit (Northwest U Only)

Northwest University Partnership Program Application (must be accompanied by School of Ministry Application)

Application for Financial Assistance

We understand finances can be an obstacle for participation in the School of Ministry. Most students fundraise their own way through letter writing, blogs, fundraising websites, and other personal connections. SF City Impact has an internal scholarship application that is available for all accepted students to upcoming terms. Decisions will be made based on need, availability of funds, and eligibility to specific scholarship terms. Please e-mail som@sfcityimpact.com if you have any specific questions regarding the scholarship fund.

SF City Impact School of Ministry Scholarship Application