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Washington Theological Union

Financial Aid: Yes
Scholarships: Yes
Rating: Yes
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State: District of Columbia
City: Washington
Street: 6896 Laurel Street, NW
ZIP: 20012
Phone: 202.726.8800


Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada, Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, District of Columbia State Education Office (Licensure Commission)


As a graduate school of theology and ministry, several academic programs are offered to face the diverse needs of men and women who wish to deepen their understanding of the Catholic faith and tradition and/or acquire various skills needed for service to the Church. Several master's and graduate certificate programs are offered.


There is a full service dining hall on the first floor of the main campus. Dining hall serves breakfast, lunch and dinner during the week. Students, faculty and staff are all welcome to use the dining hall for meals and community wide events are also held in the Dining Hall. Enrolled students have a great opportunity to live on campus in the WTU dormitory. The dormitory has single and double rooms with shared and private baths to accommodate all students. Additionally, the dormitory has a full working kitchen available to all residents, an exercise room and common room. Residents also have a meal plan included in the room and board rate and can eat all of their meals during the school week in the WTU cafeteria.


The O'Toole Library and the centrally located Degheri Reading Room provide students with resources critical to their academic and pastoral ministries. The Washington Theological Union library is a private, academic theological library and is not open to the general public. Students may place holds on currently checked out books and a book may be recalled from another borrower. The six computers in the rear of the library also access the library computer catalog and have MS-Word and other programs available for student use. All computers provide Internet and email access. Guidance and assistance to computer use and search routines is provided upon request to all library patrons. Washington Theological Union has a variety of spaces that can be rented: two conference rooms that can accommodate 14 - 20 persons; lecture space can accommodate approximately 80; 24 bedrooms that may be used in conjunction with meetings and events; founders hall; two small classrooms; chapel.

Alumni & Post-Grad

WTU has begun using an Internet website to allow fellow alumni to reconnect with each other. This allows individuals to keep in touch with their colleagues by ensuring each alumnus maintains up to date contact information. This membership allows them to find other WTU alumni across the country and the world and connect with them.

Jobs & Internship

WTU provides its students with the information about the employment within the Washington Theological Union. Career Opportunities list jobs is also available at WTU as well as other church/ministry locations.

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