Campus Life

Our main Bishoftu campus provides a dynamic environment to nurture personal connections among students in residence on campus as well as the administration and academic community. It also provides an enriching experience that enables you to put into practice what you have learned in various engagements organized by the students and student services of the seminary.

Accomodation adn Dinning

Housing and dining are provided for all the seminary students for the duration of the program. The student accommodations for male and female students are located on campus. Each hall is divided into apartments where students of all nationalities, years, and genders live on one campus with shared rooms within the apartment. All rooms and apartments are furnished. Yet, whether our students live on campus or off, they make MKS their home.

Students, faculty, staff, and visitors have access to a wide range of dining options on our campuses, from campus coffee shops to full-service cafes, and we enjoy serving local whenever possible. It’s important for our community members to take care of their health and well-being and have access to facilities that will help them achieve their goals.

The Meserete Kristos Seminary (MKS) strives to enrich the non-academic lives of all students with social and cultural activities in various committees and clubs that organize activities, workshops, performances, and trips throughout the year. All students of the seminary can both take part in and organize events.

Students' Fellowship and Gospel Outreach

Students’ fellowship, faith formation, gospel outreach, and cultural collaborations with the Ethiopian Evangelical Church provide for the nurturing of authentic, vibrant faith at all stages of life on our campus and in the Meserete Kristos Church.

As part of campus life, Students’ fellowship, faith formation, gospel outreach, and cultural collaborations prepares graduates to lead faith formation in congregations and communities that aligns with the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ; names, analyzes, and navigates cultural shifts and their impact on congregational life; trains missional leaders to be savvy readers of culture in order to effectively share the Gospel of love, hope, and reconciliation.