We Are Not Built Alone

On June 24, 2017, we celebrated The Seattle School’s 19th Commencement ceremony at Seattle’s historic Town Hall. It was a day that was at once festive and sacred as our entire community gathered to honor the hard work of the graduating students in our

(S)ending 2017 Equips Students for Life as Alumni

The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology is in the midst of (S)ending 2017, an annual season of events and conversations designed to orient the school’s graduates to life and career after Commencement. (S)ending is organized by the Office of Students & Alumni, in partnership with alumni…

22 Alumni Present at the Second Annual Symposia

On October 8, The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology hosted the second annual Symposia: An Intersection of Conversation & Innovation, featuring presentations by more than 20 alumni representing each of our degree programs.

Symposia was created to celebrate the vibrant, innovative work of our alumni…

A Communion of Words: 2016 Convocation Address

The 2016-2017 academic year officially launched with the annual Convocation ceremony at St. Mark’s cathedral, where our entire community gathered to affirm and reaffirm our commitment to the culture and mission of The Seattle School. Here, we’re featuring a video snapshot of the first week of our new year, followed…

Faculty in the News

As the 2016-2017 school year gets underway, The Seattle School faculty are returning from busy summers full of writing, speaking, and researching, as another year of educating and equipping students in our graduate degree programs commences. But before the new year moves into full swing, here’s a…

Honoring Faculty Transitions

The end of the 2015-2016 academic year also marked significant transitions for three integral members of The Seattle School’s faculty: Christie Lynk, MA, Gina Waggoner, MA, and Dr. Caprice Hollins