Campus updates, upcoming events, policy decisions, student stories: seminaries have a lot of things going on. How can you keep up to date with everything?

Some presidents, deans, and faculties turn to blogs as a way to keep everyone informed about campus life. The audiences vary — current students, prospective students, churches and denominational bodies, donors, alumni, friends — but the purpose is consistent: to connect with people who care.

We've compiled a list, brief and partial though it may be, of blogs from seminaries around the United States and Canada. Click through to learn more about what your peers are doing — and perhaps gain inspiration for your own communication.

Presidents' blogs:


Faculty blogs:

Multiple voices:

These blogs are not authored by one person or group, but rather by a combination of the school, the president, members of the faculty, and/or students.

Have we missed a blog? Share the link in the comments below. We would love to include it in an upcoming post.

Also, be sure to join us for our upcoming webinar, Social Media and Institutional Conflict. In Trust editor Jay Blossom and Trinity Lutheran Seminary president Rick Barger will talk about how social media can be used for the good of your seminary, as well as how to avoid potential minefields.


Keeping up to date with multiple blogs can be pretty tricky. Check out appcrawlr for a searchable database of apps. (I personally use Bloglovin’ for my feed and Pocket to save and read posts and articles later.)