WHEN TO APPLY
The Application forms and letters should be submitted at least FOUR (4) months prior to the admission of new students. Students should, therefore, begin the process of inquiring about
admissions as early as February or March of the year they wish to enroll. Applications are
processed on a "first-come, first served" basis as they are received. Applications received
after a capacity class has been admitted will be considered for the following academic year.
The prospective student should write to the Registrar for information and application packet.
This should be done as soon as possible. The application will be considered for action if the
following items have been received:
1) APPLICATION FORM - a fully completed application form in the student's own
2) PERSONAL TESTIMONY - an autobiography of approximately 500 words written in the applicant's own handwriting which reflects the following:
a) Account of conversion experience.
b) Account of Christian ministry experience.
c) Reasons for seeking theological education.
d) Record of practical ministry experience.
3) REFERENCES - A letter from ministry Overseer/Supervisor, who has known the
applicant for at least one year and who is not a relative. All reference forms should be
mailed directly to the Registrar's Office by the referee.
4) CERTIFICATES - A copy of the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education or higher (or its
equivalent) certificate or transcripts, and Kenya Certificate of Primary Education
Certificate should be sent to the Registrar.
5) APPLICATION FEE – A non-refundable fee of KShs. 500/= should be forwarded with each application.
After all required forms have been submitted and reviewed, applicants will be requested to
come to the campus for interviews with the Registrar and other Administrators before a
decision can be made for acceptance.
LETTERS OF ACCEPTANCE
Upon receiving the required forms and after completing the on-campus interviews, the
Admissions Committee will prayerfully consider the applicant's application. The applicant
will be notified concerning acceptance or non-acceptance. Following notification of
acceptance, all applicants are required to confirm their enrollment at ATS by letter of
acceptance to the Registrar. No applicant should proceed without proper written
READMISSION FOLLOWING VOLUNTARY WITHDRAWAL
Those students who withdraw from the Seminary either during a term or at the completion
of a term and who are not consecutively enrolled for three or more terms must request
readmission through the Registrar’s Office prior to the term in which they are seeking to be
When the request to be re-admitted is received, the Admissions Committee will review the
circumstances related to the student’s withdrawal from the Seminary. If Admissions
Committee approves, the student will be allowed to submit the following documents:
1. An application for readmission.
2. New Reference forms duly signed by the Bishop/Overseer/Supervisor.
If the Admissions Committee determines that a student has not cooperated with the
Seminary in the withdrawal process, then the student is free to seek re-admission to the
Seminary by completing the regular Application for Admission, but must satisfy all existing
admissions requirements at the time of the application.