Mid-America’s Dyer, Indiana, location is in the greater Chicago area. The campus, just miles south of U.S. Interstate 80-94, is easily accessible from anywhere in the Chicago area. It is about forty-five minutes from downtown Chicago and Midway Airport and an hour from O’Hare International. Our centralized location offers countless opportunities for recreation, study and employment.
Chicago is the third largest city in the U.S. and is home to a number of historical sites and cultural events such as the Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower), Navy Pier, the Taste of Chicago, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Additionally, the city offers a number of museums, theaters, galleries, concerts, and sporting venues.
Primarily a residential community in Northwest Indiana, with easy access to surrounding suburbs and the city of Chicago, Dyer has many opportunities for recreation, shopping, and more. Dyer and nearby towns are home to many Reformed and Presbyterian churches, who have close relationships with the Seminary.
Affordable housing for students and their families is available in the many rural and suburban communities surrounding the Seminary. A church home is also easily found within one of many confessional Reformed, Presbyterian, or other evangelical churches in the area. These congregations are quick to welcome Mid-America students and their families into their fellowship.
The Seminary’s thirty-acre campus features an attractive and practical 17,000 square foot facility with classrooms, offices, chapel, library, and student lounge.