Westminster Seminary California (Escondido) was initially a branch campus of
Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia) until 1982 when it became fully independent. Dr. Robert B. Strimple became the first president of WSC in 1982, overseeing the movement of the Seminary from
its temporary home in San Marcos to its permanent campus in southeastern Escondido. In 1988, Dr. Strimple returned to full-time teaching and scholarship, while Mr. den Dulk became president, increasing the size and financial strength of the school.
W. Robert Godfrey, who had joined the faculty in 1981 as professor of church history, became the third president of WSC in 1993.
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