Higher Learning in the Heart of the Northern Rocky Mountains
Yellowstone Theological Institute is located in the flourishing city of Bozeman in Montana’s Gallatin Valley. Our campus is surrounded by the Bridger, Gallatin and Madison mountain ranges, within easy reach of wide-open spaces, blue-ribbon trout streams and Yellowstone National Park. It’s easy to see God’s handiwork in the surrounding landscapes and in the way the area’s natural wonders provide inspiration for residents, students and faculty. We also operate a satellite campus in Bellingham, Washington.
Bozeman, Montana—Where Spirituality
and Natural Wonders Meet
Bozeman offers residents and students both urban amenities and abundant outdoor recreation, while also providing spiritual inspiration around every turn. With its vibrant heartbeat, charming and walkable downtown, and a rich tapestry of love for nature and connection to spirituality, it’s no surprise that Bozeman is where we’ve chosen to put down roots. Additional amenities and attractions include the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport, Montana State University, locally owned culinary options, shopping and endless natural wonders.
Taking YTI to the World: Western Satellite Campus
Our satellite campus is located in Bellingham, Washington, and is ideal for students interested in the Diploma of Christian Theology program. With its scenic location where the mountains meet the ocean, students can build a solid foundation for their work in ministry. There is no central campus in Washington; instead, our students utilize various local venues in the area for weekly classes.
Explore the West
YTI is located in Bozeman, Montana, within easy reach of touchable history, the world’s first national park—Yellowstone—skiing at two downhill ski areas (Bridger Bowl and Big Sky Resort), fly-fishing on blue-ribbon trout streams and more. Additional Bozeman highlights include the Museum of the Rockies and Bozeman Art Museum.
“I’m in love with Montana.
For other states I have admiration,
respect, recognition, even some affection.
But with Montana it is love.”
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