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Announcements

New Certificate Program

GTF Graduation (1)

GTF certificates are graduate-level, non-degree programs designed for ministry/social service professionals seeking to increase their knowledge and competency in a specific area of study.  Each certificate requires completion of an online curriculum tailored to the student’s specific interests and… Continue reading

New Director Named for the Graduate Center for Pastoral Logotherapy

Dr. Ann V. Graber, Director of the Graduate Center for Pastoral Logotherapy

Dr. Ann V. Graber,  previous Director of the Graduate Center for Pastoral Logotherapy (2012-2017)

In 2012, Dr. Ann Graber was appointed Director of the Graduate Center for Pastoral Logotherapy (GCPL) at the Graduate Theological Foundation. After years of service… Continue reading

Graduation 2018

GTF Graduation (87)       GTF Graduation (36)

2018 Convocation and Graduation will be held Thursday May 3rd and Friday May 4th in South Bend, Indiana.   Graduates should arrive on Wednesday, May 2nd, in order to… Continue reading

Spiritual Guidance Training Institute Launches First Cohort in Chicago

MosaicSGTIChicago (2)

The Spiritual Guidance Training Institute, a PRIME affiliate of the Graduate Theological Foundation, recently met with its first cohort in Chicago, IL. SGTI is the only institute of its kind to provide training and certification in both interfaith and interspiritual… Continue reading

New Students

Applicants who signed the privacy statement on their application form and were subsequently accepted to the GTF are excluded from lists of newly accepted students released each month.

Revd Yiu Keung Lee has entered the Doctor of Ministry in Spiritual… Continue reading

Faculty News

Dr. Hatim, Peace

Dr. Muhammad Hatim, Imam Warith Deen Muhammad Professor of African American Muslim Studies, delivered an Islamic prayer at the opening of the 24th Annual Peace Gathering Commemoration of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Bombings on August 5, 2017, at the… Continue reading