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.
From the Dean: Raging Against the Night, or Not?"The
word is out. Americans are angry...with a
whopping 68% of the population at least once a day reading or hearing
something that makes them angry."
Student Recognized by Washington Association for Marriage & Family TherapyThe School of Theology and Ministry is excited to announce that one of our own students is the recipient of the Washington Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Student Member of the Year Award!
Doctor of Ministry Student Reflection: Human Relations & RaceEthnic relations globally and domestically have a long and storied history, and the current climate reveals a dark and dismal present...
January Edition: Faculty, Student & Alumni UpdatesCheck out these great updates from the school's faculty, students, and alumni as they work in our local, national and global community!
Get your Tickets! Search for Meaning Book Festival 2016One month away! Seattle University's Search for Meaning Book Festival?started by our very own school 8 years ago...
February 2016, Theme: NourishThe theme for our school community this February 2016 is "Nourish."
School Recognition for Contributions to Faith & EcologyThe school has been honored to be named in a few recent reports that acknowledge institutions committed to ecology and environmental sustainability out of their faith commitment.
Honoring the Legacy of Rev. Loren Arnett & Sr. Katherine DyckmanOur uniquely inclusive school was built by the passion, vision and dedication of individuals and communities that believed people of faith across Christian traditions can contribute to a better world...