Ph.D. Application Process - Login
Attention all users!
The deadline for submission of applications for the academic year beginning September 2014 has passed.
Please check back after July 30, 2014, to begin or continue applications for the 2015/2016 program year.
Returning Users: (2015 application year)
To continue the Application process or monitor the status of your submitted application,
login using your email and application password below:
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Attention new applicants!
The deadline for new applications for the academic year beginning September 2014 has passed.
Please check back after March 15, 2014, for the application deadline for the 2015/2016 program year.
Before you create an account, please review the
Application Instructions and Prerequisites
When you visit the above link, be sure to print a copy of the instructions for use throughout the application process.
If you have previously applied to the Seminary's Ph.D. program, and are considering re-applying, please follow these important
Name (First, Last are required)
First (given name)
Last (family name)
Please understand that this is the email address we will use to communicate with you throughout the application process.You will be responsible for checking this email frequently.
Select the appropriate choice below:
I am currently a Citizen of the United States.
I have been issued a Green Card and am currently a Permanent Resident* of the United States
I am applying as a foreign national**
* A Permanent Resident of the United States is an individual who is not a U.S. citizen but has acquired the legal right to remain in the United States indefinitely. Permanent Residents are also referred to as 'green card holders' and 'resident aliens'.
**The term ‘foreign national’ is the official designation by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services for nonimmigrants seeking to enter the United States (U.S.) temporarily for a specific purpose. Nonimmigrants enter the U.S. for a temporary period of time, and once in the U.S. are restricted to the activity or reason for which their visa was issued.
Area of Concentration
History and Ecumenics
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