Admissions Fall Open House
Garrett-Evangelical's Admissions Office invites you to attend our Fall Open House on October 25th-26th! Whether you plan on beginning your seminary journey on-campus or online, our Open House will give you first-hand information about Garrett-Evangelical and what it looks like to be a Garrett-Evangelical seminarian. You'll have opportunities sit in on a class as well as hear from and talk with Admissions, Financial Aid, Field Education, Housing, faculty, current students, and more. Join us and see just how good it is to be a part of our community!
Got questions? Don't hesitate to contact our Admissions Office at GetAdmitted@garrett.edu or 847.866.3998!
Friday, October 25, 2019
Continental Breakfast and Greetings
Meet Admissions and Faculty Highlights
Meet Student Services and Field Education
Buffet Lunch with Current Students
Concurrent Afternoon Activities
Dinner and Evening Activity
Saturday, October 26, 2019
Course Visit Options
Directions to Garrett-Evangelical
The links below will help you make your way to Garrett-Evangelical, and help you find your way around once you arrive. If you will be driving, please make sure to indicate on your registration form that you will need a parking pass.
- Driving directions
- Travel from O'Hare Airport via Pace Bus, the 'L' and taxi
- Travel from Midway Airport via the 'L'
- Travel from Union Station/Amtrak and Greyhound Bus Station
- For further information on Chicago Transit Authority CTA buses and 'L' trains, visit www.transitchicago.com or call 888-968-7282.
- Garrett-Evangelical and Northwestern University campus map
- Maps of Evanston and the surrounding area
The Garrett-Evangelical campus is comprised of five buildings toward the north and west side of Northwestern University's Evanston campus. In addition, the seminary owns three nearby apartment complexes.
- Main, its Gothic tower visible from much of NU's campus, houses much of the administration, most of the classrooms (all outfitted for computer-assisted learning), many faculty offices, the Styberg Library, and the Chapel of the Unnamed Faithful.
- Shaffer is connected to the north end of the Main building and houses most of the faculty offices as well as the IT department.
- Loder Hall, east and slightly south of the main building, contains the cafeteria (Food for Thought), guest rooms, dorm rooms, some administrative offices, student lounges and kitchen, lockers for commuting students and is LEED certified.
- Pfeiffer is located directly to the east of Main and includes offices for faculty, development, and many of the Seminary's Centers.
- Stead Hall, which is connected to the south side of the Main building, houses the Stead Center for Ethics and Values, the Lucy Rider Meyer Conference Room, and offices for the library.
- Old Dorm, east of the main building, is additional housing for students.
- Howes Chapel is directly west of Main and is set adjacent to the beautiful Shakespeare Gardens and our own prayer garden.