Admission & Registration
The Ecumenical Institute of Theology has a rolling admissions policy. Students may apply at any time for admission by submitting the appropriate materials. Students planning to pursue a degree may take courses prior to official admission into the degree program. It is prudent, however, to complete all admission requirements as soon as possible, and prospective degree candidates must normally complete all admission requirements before earning 30 credits.
An interview is required for all prospective students other than auditors (recommended for auditors). All
applicants are also required to submit a recent photograph of themselves. (Electronic versions are acceptable.)
Criminal Background Checks
Consistent with our objective to safeguard
individuals with whom students interact and to establish a uniform
policy at St. Mary’s Seminary & University, the Ecumenical Institute
requires criminal background reports on its students.
All applicants must sign and return a Disclosure and
Authorization to Release Information form
that authorizes St. Mary’s to obtain a criminal background report.
Any information that is received is strictly confidential.
Any issues that arise because of the background checks
handled on a case-by-case basis by the Office of the Dean.
Click here for more information on admission requirements.