Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry students come from almost every decade of life experience and from a gamut of religious backgrounds and faith perspectives. We believe that the best kind of learning comes from great conversations; that different points of view colliding and intermingling make learning richer and deeper.
Student Reflection: Advent Beginnings & EndingsA special reflection on the season of Advent written by current Master of Divinity student, Ann Mayer.
Seattle University Recognition for Interfaith Community ServiceThe Faith & Family Homelessness Project from within Seattle University’s School of Theology and Ministry was recognized by the White House for making significant contributions as it works with interfaith communities around the issue of family homelessness.
From the Dean: Hoping for a More Just and Humane WorldIn light of the Advent season, Dean Mark S. Markuly, PhD reflects on the presence of hope in our struggle to work for a more just and humane world.
Save the Date! Interfaith Harmony Week, 2/1-7For the upcoming 2015 Interfaith Harmony Week, the school will host a special event featuring a panel of speakers from diverse faiths addressing on topic: “If our faiths teach love, why do we hate?”
Black Lives Matter: Rev. Dr. King Jr. Celebration, 1/20Seattle University's Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) invites you
to their Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration.
Project Resource: Lifetime Learning Tax CreditSee important resources provided by the school's Economics & Pastoral Leadership Project along with their research study and other project efforts.
Faculty & Student Report: American Academy of Religion GatheringThis past month, four faculty and one current student joined and led discussions as a part of the American Academy of Religion (AAR) and Society of Biblical Literature’s (SBL) annual meeting. Read more about their experiences here.
Info Session: Christifideles Program, 1/24Are you a Catholic prospective student, interested in faith-based ministry? This information session might be for you...