The School of Theology. Sewanee: The University of the South

Alumni/ae

Stay Connected

From The Mountain is the best way to keep up with what's happening at The School of Theology. Browse it online or receive it in print. Not getting a copy currently? Send us your name and complete mailing address and we will get you on the list.

Our electronic newsletter, Theology Monthly, is an excellent source of information from The School of Theology. If you would like to receive this newsletter, send your name and email address.

The Sewanee Theological Review is one of only two significant Anglican quarterly reviews in the United States. As an outreach publication of the seminary, it contributes to ongoing discussion of and reflection upon theological topics. Quarterly issues — usually devoted to the exploration of a particular theme or theologian — are mailed to subscribers and libraries all over the world. Subscribe now!

Do you have news you would like to share with your fellow alumni/ae? Send an email and a high resolution photo to SofTnews@sewanee.edu and it will go into the next issue of From the Mountain. Bi-annual deadlines are December 31 and July 31.

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Continuing Education

The Advanced Degrees Program is designed to increase professional knowledge in the practice of ministry. Classes are held for three weeks in the summer and allow development of the relationship between practice of ministry and studies in Scripture, history and theology. The program goes beyond the M.Div., but still gives you the assets of seminary education: learning in community with a cycle of daily prayer and worship in the Anglican tradition.

The DuBose Lectures and Alumni/ae Gathering offer an opportunity to return to the Mountain, reacquaint with old friends, and learn something new. Check out this year’s speaker and schedule.

Participants in the Bishops-In-Residence Program spend one week at The School of Theology for a time of reflection, recreation, study, and spiritual renewal, participating as fully as they choose in the life of the community. Although there is no formal program, bishops frequently celebrate, preach, lecture, or otherwise share their experiences and insights with the seminary.

Participants in the Fellows-in-Residence Program are clergy and laity who spend two weeks at The School of Theology for a time of reflection, recreation, study, and sharing in community. While there is no formal program, fellows are provided with faculty consultants, if they so desire, and opportunities to attend classes and other University events.

Workshops are held throughout the academic year that can support your work in the Church. 

Your Resources

If you have completed a degree or other program at The School of Theology, you are entitled to use ATLASerials, Religion Collection for ALUMNI (ATLAS). You had access to this program while you were a student, but you can continue to use it as an alumni/ae.
To access ATLAS:

  • Go to the library’s home page: http://library.sewanee.edu 
  • Click on “Electronic Databases” 
  • Choose “Name,” then choose “A,” then scroll down to “ATLASerials, Religion Collection for ALUMNI.” 
  • Click on that link and use “sotalum” for username and “Sewanee” for password.

Get Involved

Please consider getting involved in our educational process by giving to The School of Theology, or notifying Sukey Byerly if you are interested in participating in Theological Education Sunday, serving as a class steward on the Alumni Council.