The aim of this holistic, nine-month program is to equip a diverse cohort of proven and promising leaders with leadership skills that will ensure long-term effective ministry, spiritual depth and personal integrity.
Beginning with a retreat in July and culminating the following July, participants gather for intensive sessions during summer, fall, winter and the final summer. The program includes classes, peer group experiences and individual reflection supported by a relationship with a spiritual coach provided by the program for participants. The program draws together leaders representing community, nonprofit, social service and para-church organizational settings. The cohort is enhanced by the diversity of its participants.
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Admission standards are dictated by the accrediting agency, the Association of Theological Schools.
Federal regulations published in October of 2010 by the Secretary of
Education require institutions to disclose to prospective students
particular information regarding academic programs that qualify for
Title IV federal student financial aid under the "gainful employment"
provision. Seattle University provides the following program disclosures
on Gainful Employment eligible School of Theology and Ministry