St Louis Theological Seminary

Rightly dividing the word of truth.

Campus Facts

6234 Victoria Avenue, St. Louis, MO  63139-3128

Although the academic programs at St. Louis Theological Seminary are designed for distance education, selected courses are offered with supplemental lectures that may be attended on campus.  Students may also participate in study labs, use the library, meet with some instructors and other members of the administration (by appointment), and fellowship on campus.  Special lectures open to the public sponsored by STLTS and the annual graduation ceremony are also held on campus.

Local Transportation

Bi-State has several bus routes with stops within walking distance of STLTS:
#90 Hampton;
#52 Clayton South County (Clayton Avenue/Oakland Avenue);
#57 Manchester; and
#16 City Limits (Skinker Boulevard).

MetroLink provides light rail transportation with bus connections to STLTS:
Forest Park Station, connecting to the #90 bus; and
Central West End Station, connecting to the #52 bus.

Long Distance Transportation

Amtrak train and Greyhound bus companies have terminals in downtown St. Louis located within walking distance of the 14th Street and Convention Center MetroLink stations.  St. Louis International Airport (STL) in north St. Louis County and MidAmerica Airport (BLV) in Mascoutah, Illinois provide commercial air transportation with Metro Link stations located at both airport terminals. Spirit of St. Louis Airport accommodates private aircraft in nearby Chesterfield, Missouri.


The Eugene F. Rueweler Memorial Library is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.  Library materials are available to patrons from the St. Louis Bible Fellowship church; STLTS students, faculty, and alumni; and as a resource for students of religious studies from other institutions and the community.  In addition to the St. Louis City and St. Louis County public library systems, there are numerous college and university libraries in the metropolitan area.

Study Facilities

STLTS students are invited to schedule meetings with faculty or members of the administration, attend study labs, or fellowship with other students on campus on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  The building opens at 1:00 p.m. and closes at 9:00 p.m.


Non-metered street parking is available on Victoria and Graham Avenues, as well as surrounding streets.

Access to Facilities

Designated disabled parking spaces are located on Victoria Avenue, and there is off-street parking located on the Graham Avenue alley.  Wheelchair access to the building is from Victoria Avenue and from the off-street parking area.  An elevator serves the lower level and main floor.  Contact the Director of Student Affairs for special accommodations.

Food Services

A variety of restaurants and fast food establishments are within easy walking distance.

Smoking Areas

No smoking is permitted in the building at any time.

Recreational Facilities

STLTS is located three blocks south of historic Forest Park, one of the largest city parks in the nation.  Forest Park offers numerous recreational opportunities: golf, tennis, handball, racquetball, softball, archery, bicycling, roller skating, ice skating, fishing, and paddle boating.  The zoo, science center, history museum, art museum, and municipal opera are additional attractions within Forest Park.