“I am lead to boast about the education received as well as ‘free’ insight offered from the Abbot. I must admit, I wasn’t sure I could pull this off – a Master’s degree while juggling so many other things in life, but thanks to his gentle, always humorous guidance, I was able to realize a long term ambition.”
When to Enroll
Students may enroll at any time by simply completing and mailing in the application form with required forms, see list on application form.
How to Enroll
Persons desiring to enroll must make application to the Office of Admissions. Applicants must submit a completed application along with bust photo, application fees and student copies of transcripts, if available. (It is the student’s responsibility to contact schools previously attended and request that official transcripts be sent directly to Saint Stephen Harding Theological College and Seminary. See application for further details.
After an application has been completed and approved it will considered active for six months. If the prospective student does not enroll within that time, all records will be discarded. Should the prospective student wish to enroll after that time, he or she will be required to submit a new application along with all documentation and fees.
Saint Stephen Harding Theological College and Seminary welcomes students over the age of 18 providing they have the academic backgrounds necessary to assure successful completion of the programs of study. Some exceptions may apply.
Notice of Non-Discrimination Policy
Saint Stephen Harding Theological College and Seminary admits students of any religion, gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students. It does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, and/or admission policies. However, studies for Holy Orders, regardless of jurisdiction, are restricted to heterosexual “catholic” males and studies are restricted to the ethos of the Seminary/College.
The College/Seminary reserves the right to refuse application(s) from any individual who does not reflect the College/Seminary’s mission and purpose.
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