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Campus Life


The campus is in close proximity to Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church. This allows students to experience ministry opportunities in local outreach, educational, and benevolence programs. Specifically, an example of quality Christian education (K-12) is displayed through the ministry of Westminster Academy.

The campus is only minutes from the Atlantic Ocean and is easily accessible from three major airports: Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International, Miami International, and Palm Beach International.



Knox Seminary has a robust residential and digital library that serves the purpose of cultivating academic excellence and promoting spiritual growth among our students, faculty, and staff. Its residential and online holdings together account for tens of thousands of volumes (including special collections) theses, and periodicals.


The smaller class sizes at Knox make interpersonal connections with professors a valued part of student life. The student body includes a wide variety of denominations and age groups, from seasoned pastors to young ministerial candidates and laypersons desiring to enrich their personal walk with the Lord. Faculty and staff work closely together to promote student’s interests and activities and intentionally build a community of encouragement and support.


The entire Seminary family is encouraged to place first priority in individually knowing the Lord more fully, loving Him more deeply, and growing in commitment to lead His people in worship and service.

Knox provides many opportunities for spiritual growth, including chapel services, prayer groups, and days of prayer. These activities give students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to join in an attitude of humility and praise as they pray, worship, and fellowship together.


The campus is conveniently located near many residential communities with an abundant supply of rental properties. Apartments, duplexes, and houses are within walking and short driving distance of the Seminary.

Students in need of housing accommodations should contact the Admissions Office immediately upon acceptance into a program.