A local Learning Site must be established prior to the acceptance of student’s applications.
LAMP accept applicants year-round. However, students should submit documents two weeks prior to class start date. (Contact your local Learning Site for class start dates)
- Completed Application Form: A completed and signed application must either be submitted as a printout of the form available in the Student Forms section or by using the online enrollment on this website. If a Learning Site still needs to be established you may also submit directly to LAMPs Main Office at 18274 NW 21st Street, Pembroke Pines, FL 33029 or via E-mail to email@example.com. All applications must be accompanied by the below documents. Scanned copies are sufficient.
- Transcripts: Official transcripts from all institutions attended must be requested by the applicant, usually in writing, and sent directly to Your Local Learning Site.
- References: LAMP Training requires one (1) reference from your pastor and one (1) personal reference (non-family member). References can be found in the Resources link (A helpful hint: Provide your references with a LAMP-addressed, stamped envelope to facilitate their timely response!)
- Personal Biography Essay: Applicants must submit an autobiography of not more than two pages which describes your early life and background. Include your conversion experience, Christian and non-church activities and reasons for desiring to attend LAMP, including: Your vision for and call to ministry. Your sense of how you will benefit from and use your training in support of local church ministry.
- Photograph: Recent photograph or snapshot of yourself to be sent with your application.
- Application Fee: submit completed application along with a $50 application fee (application fee is non-refundable)
- Interview: A personal interview by the Learning Site Coordinator is required for all degree programs. Please contact your Local Learning Site Coordinator to make the necessary arrangements.
References will include name, title, phone numbers, and one paragraph per reference detailing the recommendation. Each reference must vouch for the applicant’s spiritual maturity, servanthood, and character.
Note: Administration may waive any requirement on a case-by-case basis
STUDENTS AT LAMP
Instead of having a main campus, we have several extensions (Learning Sites) throughout the US representing a diverse body of student. The majority of students are from a Reformed perspective; however, we have had students from the other backgrounds. All students are considered full time because of our education delivery and philosophy.
LAMP requires community life in the context of the local church. This focused approached allows and maintains a healthy environment conducive to Christian worship, study, and service. LAMP attempts to serve the needs of the entire community, including wives and children of students. Because of the high married-student enrollment, LAMP has recognized the benefits of encouraging family-oriented activities within the context of their own local church community.