Connect with Meadville Lombard
Welcome to Meadville Lombard!
We offer many opportunities for prospective students to learn more about our programs and, more importantly, to connect with the Meadville Lombard learning community. Some events we have coming up are listed on the right, but we also encourage you to call or email us for more information or to set up times to visit our campus, our faculty, and staff.
An effective way to discern if our learning community is the best fit for you, is to to take one course for credit at the audit price. You will see from our course schedule that we offer week-long and weekend courses during January, March, and July. Because you take the course for credit, it will apply to your course of study should you choose Meadville Lombard as your learning community.
Join us for one of all of the upcoming Prospective Student Webinars where we will go over some of the basics of our Master of Divinity Degree Program, hear from some current students, and have plenty of time to answer your questions. Join us for one or all of the webinars, RSVP and send topics you're interested in to Justine D Urbikas in advance and we can custom-tailor the program to what you would like to talk about.
These webinars are from Noon-1:30pm Central time (1-2:30 Eastern; 11-12:30 Mountain; 10-11:30 Pacific). Generally we plan on the program taking a hour, however, we reserve the extra thirty minutes for additional question and answer time.
November 7, 2013
February 13, 2014
Learn & Discern: Beauty, Power, and Authority
Register Now: January 9-10, 2014 for a Prospective Student Seminar.
Discern your call to ministry while experiencing the Meadville Lombard TouchPointsm learning format that prepares you to minister in today's multicultural, interfaith landscape. We will walk you through the Master of Divinity Degree program, with plenty of time to go over the nuts and bolts you need to know: deadlines and requirements, financial aid and scholarships. You will also will engage in a discernment session with our ordained faculty to help you explore the questions of your call. Finally, you will experience our learning community by joining current students, faculty, and Teaching Pastors for our Jeanuary Learning Convocation. Here, you will examine power as a multifaceted phenomenon, and bring to life a model of power consistent with our liberal religious values of justice, equity, and compassion.
Below is a list of links to pages on our website that will help you get started, but also feel free to contact Justine D Urbikas, Assistant Director of Recruitment, for a more personal tour of our degree programs and learning community.