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: Annual Mentor/Mentoree Lunch, 10/12The school's annual Mentor-Mentee Lunch is an opportunity for the student community to welcome and support their new members each Fall Quarter. Join us at the luncheon to meet your mentor and begin getting to know one another!
First-Year Students: Formation Orientation, 10/12 or 10/14First-year students, mark your calendars for one of these upcoming formation orientations!
Save the Dates & Spread the Word! Fall Poverty WorkshopsTake advantage of these upcoming opportunities to be a part of a Poverty Immersion Workshop with the Faith & Family Homelessness Project. Participants and Volunteers needed!
Calling All Student Mentors!Calling all current students! Are you interested in mentoring a new student? We are still looking for mentors to be matched with new students before the fall luncheon...
New Students: Don't Forget These Dates!As you settle into your new learning community, mark your calendars for these special opportunities to make connections with fellow School of Theology and Ministry students and staff!
Students: Special New Student Lunch Gathering, 10/21Calling all new students: take this opportunity to meet other students and ask any questions that have come up since orientation!
Sponsored: Weaving our Strengths Conference, 10/3Seattle University's School of Theology and Ministry is proud to sponsor Weaving Our Strengths once again! Join the Church Council of Greater Seattle for this day-long conference of fellowship, inspiration, and skill-building to strengthen local churches’ efforts for the common good.
Open to the Public! Questioning for Purpose Workshops 2015-2016Are you wondering what to do with your life, passions, gifts, skills or career? Join Dr. Colette Casavant for this free interactive workshop to engage in activities designed to assist in your discernment process.