Welcome to The School of Theology
Come & See 2014
Are you in discernment for clergy or lay leadership? You are invited to the annual Come & See visitation weekend at Sewanee, scheduled for Feb. 20–22, 2014.
A Vibrant Community
The School of Theology takes pride in having a flourishing and vibrant community for its seminarians, faculty, and staff alike, grounded in the life we share in God. It is this traditional residential educational model — of worshiping together, living together, and studying together — that has the proven benefit of building relationships across all possible boundaries and forming priests fully prepared for the challenges of today's Church.
Students come to Sewanee from all over the country and range in age from 23 to 55. Of our students, 43% are single and 57% are married.
Sewanee offers a wide range of degrees and certificates for ordained and lay individuals. The School of Theology is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada.
- The M.Div. program is for those ordinands and postulants of the Episcopal Church.
- Our M.A. program is for those non-clergy individuals interested in a graduate level degree to deepen their faith and knowlege in their choice of five concentrations..
- Continuing education includes a D. Min. degree and A.T.S. degree in our Advanced Degrees Program for clergy.
- Anglican Studies is a special program that examines Anglican theology, history, spirituality, liturgy, preaching, and polity.
Our faculty is committed to excellence in teaching, and our students are deeply engaged in the process of learning, which makes for a dynamic partnership in the classroom.The breadth and depth of the contextual education program will surprise you. And because of the relationship with the University of the South, the extent of resources is almost limitless.
Making Ends Meet
Spirituality and Worship on the Mountain
The worship of God is the heart of the community’s life. The community gathers three times a day as the Book of Common Prayer becomes transparent to God’s love and human yearning and struggle. Most students have spiritual directors to support and guide them through their time on the Mountain. Because of the School’s setting amid 13,000 acres of rich forest and its unique relationship with the Episcopal Church, worship takes on a special spiritual character within the whole Sewanee community. The School’s commitment to preaching excellence is lived out daily in the Chapel of the Apostles.
Interested in learning more about our admission process? You can browse our requirements, email our admission counselor, or fill out and submit the inquiry form below. Questions can be directed to Roslyn Weaver, admissions counselor, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 931.598.1283.