Beginning with the Fall 2021 term, we will offer each degree program in a low-residency model. The Masters of Divinity and the Master of Arts in Theology & Culture programs will be taught only in a low-residency model. In addition to the low-residency program for The Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, we will also continue to offer that program in our traditional on-campus model.
For low-residency students, depending on how far along you are in the completion of your degree program, you may be required to attend anywhere from 1-3 residencies to complete your degree program.
We encourage you to explore the modality and curriculum changes that apply to your degree program and set up advising time to discuss any questions or concerns.
Advising and Academic Support
We understand that with these changes students will have questions about their particular course schedules. For advising and registration assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For accessibility and accommodations please email Daniel Tidwell-Davis at email@example.com.