Schedule a Visit
GTS is excited to offer a 360° view of some popular sites on the Close, as well as a few shots from areas typically not accessible to the public. More views will be added over time.
Above is a map of our campus with various 360° views and their locations marked with red stars. Clicking on any star on the map will launch the 360° view using the QuickTime plug-in.
You also can click on any of the "Close Highlights" below to view those locations immediately.
Campus highlights - panorama views
- Outside the Chapel During the Fall (1345kb file)
- The Close in the Snow - Feb 2005 (642kb file)
- The East Quad (1088kb file)
- The Refectory at Mealtime (1059kb file)
To rotate the view, click and drag your mouse cursor within the movie. You will be able to direct your view up, down, left and right. Use the
The 360 view requires the QuickTime plug-in. If the 360 views do not launch, you should download the QuickTime plug-in to make sure you have the latest version.
Schedule a Visit
Prospective Student Conference:
Each year we offer two-day and one-day opportunities for prospective students to see for themselves what The General Theological Seminary and the City of New York have to offer. Our 2013/2014 conference dates are:
Monday, November 4, 2013
Sunday, February 16 - Monday, February 17, 2014
Monday, April 28, 2014
During the conference, prospective students tour the Close, attend classes, as well as meet, worship, and dine with faculty and students. Partners and spouses are welcome to attend at no additional cost.
The last day to register for the fall conference is Friday, October 25. Please note: Space Fills Up Quickly for the Prospective Students Conference. Register Now.
If you'd like to interview at the fall or spring conference, please plan to stay through Tuesday, as the interviews will take place on November 5 and April 29, respectively. Interviews at the winter conference take place during the conference itself. Please complete and submit the online application one week prior to your interview date.
You may register online for any of the conferences; to do so Open the Conference Online Registration Form.
GTS Prospective Student Webinars:
One-hour opportunities for prospective students to discover what the General Theological Seminary and the City of New York have to offer. We invite you to learn about GTS’s degree, diploma, certificate, and non-degree programs. Learn the various ways in which General students answer their own unique call to seminary education. Hosted by the Admissions Team. Q&A with the admissions team immediately after the presentation.
Students of Color Vocations Day:
The Students of Color Association (SOCA) at General Seminary invites Christians of all denominations, lay or ordained, to attend our sixth annual Vocations Day in April 2014. Begun in 2005, SOCA's Vocations Days have drawn hundreds of participants. The event focuses on how people of color within the Episcopal Church and other Christian denominations can discern and realize their call to ministry, lay or ordained. Specially qualified presenters, Q&A sessions, worship, and a tour of the Seminary's beautiful campus are all part of the popular event.
Prospective Students interested in visiting GTS at times other than those outlined above should complete our Schedule A Vist form. Feel free to request a tour of the campus, worship with us in the Chapel of the Good Shepherd, dine with us in the Refectory, and sit in on a class. Guests who have submitted an application are encouraged to schedule faculty and admission interviews.
Directions to GTS
The General Theological Seminary is located at 440 West 21st Street, New York City, and occupies the full block between 9th and 10th Avenues and between West 20th and West 21st Streets in Manhattan. The entrance to the Seminary is located midway down the block on the south-side of 21st Street.
The Number 1 Train - 23rd Street stop on Seventh Avenue (walk west on 23rd, turn left on Ninth Avenue to 21st Street).
The Number 2/3 Train - 14th Street stop on Seventh Avenue (walk north on 7th Ave., turn left on 21st Street)
The C and E Trains - 23rd Street stop on Eighth Avenue (walk west on 23rd, turn left at Ninth Avenue to 21st Street).
From the North:
From the George Washington Bridge, exit onto the Henry Hudson Parkway/Westside Highway/Route 9 South to 23rd Street, left on 23rd Street to Ninth Avenue, then right on Ninth Avenue to 21st Street.
From the West:
From the Lincoln Tunnel, exit on 40th Street, turn right onto Ninth Avenue to 21st Street.
From the Holland Tunnel, follow uptown signs to exit on Hudson Street. Follow Hudson north, continuing north as its name becomes 8th Avenue. Between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm during school days, continue to 23rd Street and turn left. One block to Ninth Avenue and turn left and go to 21st Street.
From the East:
From midtown bridges & tunnels, take 2nd Avenue south to 23rd Street, turn right (west) on 23rd Street to Ninth Avenue, left to 21st Street.
Parking: There is some on-street parking and many local parking lots and garages (at City prices). Two of the closest are located at 23rd Street between 9th and 10th Avenues (in the London Terrace complex), and on 10th Avenue between 18th and 19th Streets, just two blocks from the Tutu Center's main entrance.