Northern California Campus
Mill Valley, California


The Northern California Campus (NCC) of Golden Gate Seminary is located in Mill Valley, California, only seven miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge, strategically positioned for students throughout the Bay Area and Northern California.

The campus, established in 1944 as the first Southern Baptist seminary in the West, is located just off Highway 101 north of San Francisco. Directions

The 148-acre campus houses most of the seminary’s administrative offices, classroom space, the main Seminary library, a chapel, a LifeWay  bookstore, a cafeteria, and the Marian Eakins Archaeological Museum. The Northern California campus is the only residential campus.  It also houses Golden Gate Academy, a Christian preschool serving Marin County and also serving as a lab school for students.

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Like all of Golden Gate’s campuses, the Northern California Campus is designed to be accessible to students already involved in ministry where they live, without having to put ministry on hold in order to pursue theological training.

Degrees offered at the Northern California campus


Emergency Notification System

Our ggbtsALERT! service is designed to notify students, faculty and staff about potential, developing, or existing emergencies on any of the Seminary campuses, Golden Gate Academy, and/or nearby areas. Those who are registered will receive alerts from Golden Gate Seminary.

In order to use this free-to-you tool with your mobile phone/device and/or email service, you must register.

Questions? Review the ggbtsALERT! FAQs

If you have a GGBTS ID and PIN/password, please register for ggbtsALERT! by logging into MyGGBTS and following the link on that page. This page is intended for DMin, PhD, ThM students, staff members, GGA families, and others who do not need "MyGGBTS" access.

Contact Information

201 Seminary Drive
Mill Valley, CA 94941-3163
Tel: (415) 380-1300
Fax: (415) 380-1302
Email: studentlife@ggbts.edu

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