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The College admits postulants as candidates for its degree in divinity, the Bachelor of Sacred Theology. The College is also able, in appropriate circumstances, to admit as students those who, without necessarily distinguishing a call to Holy Orders, are interested in pursuing theological studies in the atmosphere of a religious community. The following requirements must be satisfied prior to admission:
Tuition is $2,500 per semester for full-time students. The average course load in each semester is six academic subjects. All single scholars are required to live at the College, where room scholarships are available. Married scholars will be assisted in finding accommodations outside the College. Scholarships are available to qualified students.
The combinations of the academic curriculum and the collegiate religious life demand a full-time commitment on the part of the scholar. In addition to the course load, the scholar will be expected to devote two hours every weekday to participating in chapel services, and on Sundays he must assist at a local parish. Summers are left free from study obligations for work, travel or recreation.
For full detail as to fees, estimated costs, etc., and forms for application with accompanying directions, write to the college directly: Office of Admissions, P.O. Box 40020, Berkeley, CA 94704
The College requires that its scholars maintain adequate levels in their studies; that is, a passing grade in every course. Failure to maintain adequate academic levels will result in discipline and, if not corrected, in dismissal. The College also demands of each scholar the maintenance of orthodoxy in the Faith, good order, and a high standard of moral probity, and retains the right to suggest a leave of absence or to dismiss any student falling short of acceptable behavior.
The College has some scholarship support available for entering seminary students from endowments and contributions that are made to the College. A select number of entering students are awarded scholarships that may cover tuition, and room and board fees.
The priesthood has an intrinsic sense of particular vocation. The Seminary exists, therefore, not as a trade school, but as a community of prayer and study where the individual can discover whether he has such a vocation, and where the faculty can decide whether the scholar has the necessary aptitude. For those who do have a vocation, there are immediate openings for work throughout the Church.
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