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.
Announcement: Year-round Admissions, Select DegreesDean Markuly and Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, Dr. Cruz, are pleased to announce that the school will now be accepting students year-round to select degree programs.
October Edition: Faculty, Staff, Student & Alumni UpdatesSome great updates this month from our faculty, students & alumni that are working for a more just and humane world.
Meet Our Graduate Assistants!Take a moment to get to know the graduate assistants who are working hard to support the programs of the School of Theology and Ministry.
From the Dean: When Religion Becomes Just, Plain Embarrassing...Over the past few decades, there has been much written about identifying the characteristics that can turn religion toward the vicious, psychotic and destructive.Unfortunately, much less is written about religion when it becomes embarrassing. Every time Looney-Tune representations of religion occur, the mission of a faith tradition, and all serious religion, is tarnished.
Students: MATL Community LunchAll MA in Transformational Leadership students are welcome to join in this special gathering. Get to know your cohort, celebrate accomplishments, and ask questions.
October Edition: What Faculty are Reading and WatchingThis month's edition of what our faculty are reading and watching, as a special feature of the school's monthly e-newsletter.
Inside the Classroom: Earth Community, Earth EthicsStudents in the school's Master of Arts in Transformational Leadership are committed to engaging some of the most critical issues of our time. One of today's most pivotal issues is that of climate change.
All are Welcome! Discernment Workshop, 11/6 Are you wondering what to do next with your life, passions, gifts, skills, or career? Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry presents a free interactive workshop for those seeking to deeply consider the questions in their lives.