Accepted Students

Congratulations on your acceptance into the Doctor of Ministry program!

As you transition into becoming a D.Min. student at Northeastern Seminary, please review this checklist:


Take Your Next Steps

Step 1 | Submit Your Deposit

Submit your $100 deposit to reserve your spot at Northeastern Seminary. 

Submit Your Deposit

This non-refundable deposit is not an additional charge but will be applied against your first semester tuition bill.


Step 2 | Register for Classes

Email your completed registration to with your selected classes.

Download Registration Form

Send your completed form to

The following helpful documents will assist in your selection of new courses. If you’d like guidance on selecting a class, please contact Seminary Admissions for guidance: 585-594-6802.

  1. Course schedule
  2. Course recommendation guide for new students
  3. Graduation requirements


Step 3 | Submit New Student Form

All newly accepted students must fill out the following incoming student form.

Complete New Student Form


Step 4 | Provide Proof of Immunization

New York State requires all students taking classes on the Rochester campus to provide proof of immunization.

Download Immunization Form


Step 5 | Apply for Financial Aid

If you plan to receive financial aid to assist in paying for your seminary education, you will need to file the Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA). The Northeastern Seminary school code is G34194. U.S. citizens only

Start the FAFSA


Step 6 | Complete New Student Orientation

Now that your classes have been selected and deposit submitted, you may begin to set up your student account and start the online, self-guided orientation. This is required for all students.

  1. Set up your student account and complete the steps in this IT Guide.
  2. You will be able to use your new student account to complete the online, self-guided orientation. This is required for all students to complete before the start of class. It will guide you through theCommons (our intranet), Moodle (our course management system), and introduce you to theological writing. In addition, you will be able to access your course site(s) where you will be able to see your required booklists and access your syllabi as they become available.


Contact the admissions office at 585.594.6800 or with any questions.