Come & See 2018

Be our guest!

Be our guest for Come & See 2018

The School of Theology at The University of the South is committed to forming the next generation of church leaders through a robust academic education. We invite you to visit if you are interested in earning a graduate degree in a theological environment preparing for lay or ordained leadership in the Church.

Come learn how a theological education can inform and shape your life in ministry:

 Once you arrive on the Mountain for Come & See, your expenses—food and campus lodging—are covered by the School of Theology.

 


Tentative Schedule

Registration will begin at 2 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 22. All participants should plan to be in Sewanee by 5 p.m. The event concludes on Friday at 4 p.m.

Thursday, Feb. 22

2 p.m.          Registration

2–5 p.m.      Prearranged Admission Interviews

5:45 p.m.     Community Eucharist

7 p.m.          Dinner and Student Activities Fair

Friday, Feb. 23

8:05 a.m.      Chapel

8:50 a.m.      Class

10:30 a.m.    Campus and Housing Tour

12 noon        Community Eucharist

12:45 p.m.    Lunch with Faculty

1:45 p.m.     Academics Overview

2:20 p.m.     Financial Aid Presentation

2:45 p.m.     Student Life Panel

3:45 p.m.     Closing

4–6 p.m.      Prearranged Admission Interviews

 

The Come & See Weekend Includes:

Is Sewanee for You?

Where is Sewanee?

Sewanee is a “thin” place, a place charged with God’s presence, a place where the corporal and the spiritual meet. Located in middle Tennessee, up on the Cumberland Plateau, its natural beauty is unparalled.

"A Year's Journey" documents the experiences and formation that await those who enroll in the School of Theology's full time residential program. From matriculation to commencement, and all that lies in between, this video gives a visual witness to what life, study, and worship is like for our students.


Frequently Asked Questions

The School of Theology is one of the 10 recognized seminaries of The Episcopal Church. What distinguishes our seminary from the others? Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions from people interested in a seminary education in Sewanee.

What are the benchmarks of our academic year?

How do we engage with the Anglican Communion?

What is our prayer life like?

Are we high church or low church?

How does Spanish liturgy fit into our offerings and mission?

What are my prospects after graduation?

Have a question? Email us at theologyadmissions@sewanee.edu.


Time Zones 

Sewanee is in the Central Time Zone, as are most of the nearby cities except Chattanooga which is in the Eastern Time Zone. If traveling to Chattanooga or further east, remember to factor in the time change!


Flying In or Out

There are three airports in proximity to Sewanee. The Chattanooga Airport is approximately 45 minutes to the east. Nashville International Airport is one hour and thirty minutes to the left of Sewanee. And Hartsfield-Jacksonthe Atlanta International Aiport is a three hour drive south. The School of Theology shuttle will depart the Nashville airport only for the School of Theology at 3 p.m. Central Time. Those interested in riding will need to be in the baggage claim area no later than 2:45 p.m. This shuttle will also take students back to the Nashville airport at the conclusion of the event. Information on how you may reserve a seat on the Nashville shuttle will be sent to you via email closer to the time. 


Registration for this event is now closed.