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.
New Students: Welcome Event, 8/13New students are invited to attend Seattle University's graduate student welcome event!
Spread the Word! Special Summer Class for Audit & Continuing EducationAre you passionate about how to "be the church" in our world today? Join us and spread the word about this special summer course offering!
This Week at Seattle University, 6/15-6/21Check out the latest events coming up at Seattle University including special art and music events, film showings, lectures, and more.
From the Dean: Something Other Than Fortune & GloryWe are now moving toward the final stages of the 2015 graduation season.The graduates of the School of Theology and Ministry have made it through a challenging practical theology curriculum and they embody their learning in a way other fields of study cannot. Their learning is a deep part of their identity...
Recap: Shinnyo-en Lantern Floating CeremonyOn the evening of May 25, the ceremony began—gathering over 50,000 people from all over the world to participate. Over the course of the ceremony, 6,000 water-born lanterns were released at Ala Moana Beach by individuals, family members and groups to the sounds of Buddhist chanting and Hawaiian melodies.
Graduates Featured by Spiritual Directors InternationalCheck out School of Theology & Ministry Students featured by Spiritual Directors International!
Hosted: Global Street Paper SummitAt the end of this month, Seattle University will host the first Global Street Paper Summit in the US. Read more about it here!
Markuly & Raschko Particpate in WWU God DebateThis past month, Western
Washington University hosted the first-ever “God
Debate: Does God Exist” featuring the school’s very own Dean Mark S. Markuly, PhD, and Fr. Mike