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Seminary Admissions

Contact

Our office hours are Monday through Friday, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, and on select Saturdays by appointment. The office is closed every Sunday and on most major holidays.

You can contact the Seminary Admission staff by phone, email, mail, or by visiting in person. We look forward to hearing from you in whatever manner is most convenient for you.

  • Phone: (773) 244-6229 or (800) 964-0101
  • Email: semadmissions@northpark.edu
  • Office location: 3225 West Foster Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, 60625; on the first floor of the Nyvall Hall building on North Park’s campus (building 6 on the map)
  • Mailing address:North Park Theological Seminary Admissions
    3225 W Foster Ave, Box 14
    Chicago IL 60625

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Beatrice Radakovich

Director of Seminary Recruitment and Admission

As a born and raised Chicagoan, Bea has a passion for the urban landscape as both a learning laboratory and a local mission field. Bea is an ordained pastor in the Evangelical Covenant Church with twelve years’ experience in both local church ministry and denominational service. In her role as admissions director for the Seminary, Bea is committed to walking with prospective students in the discernment of their ministry call, and to helping them discover the innovative opportunities at North Park Seminary. Bea lives near campus with the world’s cutest dog.

Baily Warman

Admission Counselor, Seminary Recruitment

When you begin your application process to North Park Theological Seminary, Baily Warman will be there to help you along the way. She will help connect you with the information and resources you need as a prospective student, including organizing your Seminary campus visit. She can answer questions about the application process and what materials you need to submit, and will work on processing your application so you get an admission answer as quickly as possible. Baily is a graduate of North Park University and a current MDiv student at the seminary.