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

  • Student Reflection: AdventA special reflection on the season of Advent written by current Master of Divinity student, Ann Mayer.

    Info Session: Christifideles Program, 1/24SCHOLARSHIP INFO SESSION! Are you a Catholic prospective student, interested in faith-based ministry?

    Student 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.

    Alumni Series: Overcoming the Gap for a More Equitable EconomyThe Alumni Seminar Series takes place each quarter and are open to Seattle University alumni and other college graduates in the Seattle area.

    Students: Contextual Education Orientations (TPL & General, first-year)Attention students! First-year Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry students, as well as final-year Master of Divinity students have orientations upcoming for the "Contextual Education" aspect of your degree programs.

    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.

    Info Session: Doctor of Ministry & Pastoral Leadership Certificate, 1/7Seattle University's School of Theology and Ministry is proud to present its new Doctor of Ministry program.

    Demystifying the Hanukkah Story, with Rabbi Anson LaytnerHanukkah is one of the most visible holidays from within the Jewish community. We sat down with Rabbi Anson Laytner, the school's Interreligious Initiative program manager, to demystify the Hanukkah story and debunk some of the myths that are often told.