School of Theology and Ministry

School of Theology and Ministry

  • 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.

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  • News & Events

  • Students: Quarterly Gathering, 4/8You are invited to enjoy a catered lunch with Dr. Tito Cruz and fellow students!

    In the Class of 2015! Seminaries that Change the WorldThe school has been counted among the Class of 2015's "Seminaries that Change the World" line-up...

    This Week at Seattle University, 2/23-3/1Check out the latest events coming up at Seattle University including special art and music events, film showings, lectures, and more.

    School Feature in National Catholic Reporter, 2/20The National Catholic Reporter published a special story on interfaith partnerships in schools of theology, featuring our very own school, faculty and students.

    Dean Markuly Op-Ed in The Seattle Times, 2/20Dean Markuly was guest writer for The Seattle Times on the topic of the great puzzle of homelessness and what Seattle can learn.

    February Edition: Faculty, Student & Alumni HighlightsSome incredible updates this month, including Dean Markuly on radio and an op-ed in print, prestigious student awards, and alumni news.

    Student Highlight: Cathy Nilon, MDiv-ChaplaincyEach student brings unique life experiences and stories that ultimately drew them to this learning community. We sat down with Master of Divinity student Cathy Nilon to hear more about her story.

    From the Dean: Picking a Fight at BreakfastDean Markuly reflects on President Obama's controversial address at the National Prayer Breakfast.