The Future Calls | Now Enrolling for Fall 2019

Located in the heart of Los Angeles, Mosaic College offers a unique experience that attracts the most committed, creative, and passionate individuals driven to create a more beautiful world through the heart of the church. Students will engage in learning environments that will help them discover the life they were created to live, including focuses on scripture study, ministry skill-building, and character development. Students will also learn the unique strategies that make Mosaic LA so effective in reaching the spectrum of people furthest from and most open to the gospel.


Your adventure awaits.


We believe that the future desperately needs a new type of leader and we want to build that leader in you.


Will you choose to journey with us?


Mosaic College is one program with two tracks.

  • The Mosaic College Leadership Track (Non-Degree) – Application deadline January 9th
  • The Mosaic College Degree Track – Application deadline January 13th


Mosaic College Leadership Track (Non-Degree)

The Leadership Track is designed for students who want to be trained in practical ministry and servant leadership. You will be properly equipped to serve both in the local church and outside the church in whatever capacity you choose. Students on the Leadership Track:


  • Receive world class investment by the Mosaic Leadership Team
  • Engage in a fully immersive experience at Mosaic in LA
  • Granted a Mosaic Leadership Certificate upon graduation.

*In addition to the coursework there are practicum hours during each semester where students will serve with others on Mosaic Teams.


TUITION COST- Mosaic College Leadership Track (Non-Degree)
Tuition is $8000/ Year or $4,000/ Semester.


Tuition: $8000
Semester 1: $4000
Semester 2: $4,000
Total: $8,000


Mosaic College Degree Track
The Degree Track is designed for students that are interested in ministry training while working toward a formal college degree. Southeastern University (SEU) partners with Mosaic to offer students the opportunity to complete their associates or bachelors degree. Students on the Degree Track:

  • Receive a College Advisor from SEU
  • Qualify to apply for Federal Financial Aid
  • Graduate with an SEU degree, (upon successful completion of coursework.)

For more information about degree programs, tuition and fees for the Mosaic College Degree Track, please visit, SEU Partner Site Page.


Because SEU is a regionally accredited institution, its partnership with Mosaic College enables enrolled students to pay for college using federal financial aid (based on eligibility). More information is available at: Financial Aid Steps


2018- 2019 Schedule

Fall Semester: August 27, 2018- December 11, 2018
Spring Semester: January 14, 2019- April 30, 2019

Weekly Schedule
Monday        Class from 6pm- 10pm
Tuesday       Class from 6pm- 10pm   
Sunday         Practicum Hours- On Site Practical Experience at Mosaic Locations        


After submitting my application, when should I expect to receive a response?

Once we have received a completed application, you will get a response within a few days. If your application is submitted incomplete, we will contact you to request any remaining items. Incomplete applications will not be processed.


Who can I ask for a Pastoral Recommendation?

Pastoral Recommendations can be completed by anyone currently on Pastoral Staff at Mosaic or at your current church with whom you’ve had a relationship with for at least 6 months. If you have not known your pastor for at least 6 months, you may submit a recommendation from both your current and former pastor or submit two additional personal recommendations.


Do I need to be attending a local church to apply?

We require that you have been attending one consistent church for at least 12 months prior to applying to the college.


What can you do with a Mosaic Certificate in Ministry Leadership?

The certificate affirms that you were trained in practical ministry and servant leadership. Mosaic College will offer world-class investment, so you are properly equipped to serve both in the local church and outside the church in whatever capacity you choose. Students who choose the Degree Track, will also receive a degree upon successful completion of coursework from Southeastern University.  Southeastern University is partnering with Mosaic to provide students with an opportunity to earn an associates or bachelors degree.


Who will I be learning from?

Mosaic’s Pastoral Staff and leadership team.


How big is my class?

Class size depends on the number of accepted applicants but normal class sizes range from 30-50 students.


Does the college offer financial aid or student loans?

Students on the Degree Track will be eligible to apply for Federal Financial Aid (FAFSA). Students on the Leadership Track (non-degree) must pay for classes by either working before coming to college and saving, or having family and friends support them financially. Tuition is due before the first day of class. With that said, we highly encourage you to not let the fear of finances keep you from applying to attend the college. Investing in your future is always a good investment.  This might be a great opportunity for God to intervene and provide means that did not previously exist.


Can classes transfer?

We cannot guarantee that your Mosaic College coursework will transfer to any other college or university. However, we are happy to provide any available documentation for your transfer request.


Does Mosaic College offer student visas?

Each student is responsible for handling their own visa process.


What devices and supplies will I need to complete my coursework?

Students will be expected to have regular internet access for email communication and writing assignments. A laptop or tablet is recommended. Students will not have access to any of Mosaic’s computers, printers, or other supplies.


What books do I need to bring?

Booklists will be sent out at the start of each semester. Books will generally be available for purchase online.


Will housing be provided?

Mosaic College does not offer student housing. Students are encouraged to secure housing near the church before the start of the semester. We will help as best we can to guide students in the process of deciding which areas to live, but ultimately housing responsibilities will fall on each student.

Housing resources:, Pad Mapper


Will I need a car?

Students are expected to secure reliable transportation to and from Mosaic for class, gatherings, and events. Although owning a car is not required, it is highly recommended.