Mission Statement

The mission of The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology is to train people to be competent in the study of text, soul, and culture in order to serve God and neighbor through transforming relationships.


Text, Soul, Culture


1997 as a branch of Western Seminary. The current name, The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology, was established on August 15, 2011. Prior to this, our institution was known as Mars Hill Graduate School (no denominational or church affiliation).

Faculty and Staff

14 core faculty members alongside several adjunct and visting faculty members

Student Body

275 Enrolled
865 graduates since 1997


Men: 31%
Women: 69%

Ethnic Diversity

36% members of traditionally underrepresented race and ethnic groups


2501 Elliott Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121

Library Collection

The Seattle School library includes 100,000 print and electronic items

Tuition and Financial Aid

$13,200 for 22 credits ($600 per credit hour)

The Seattle School participates in the Direct Loan program, which allows us to offer Title IV funding for educational expenses. We are committed to making graduate education accessible through payment plans, scholarships, Direct Loans, Federal Work Study, and Direct PLUS Loans.


Keith Anderson, D.Min.

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