Graduate Theological Union
From the President
The GTU began with a vision, back in 1962, that the future of religious renewal and theological education in this world depends on the willingness of faith traditions to come together in the midst of differences. Today, our consortium of nine independent theological schools and eleven program centers is a thriving example of what can happen when an atmosphere of open dialogue and exploration is nurtured.
Whether you are a prospective student exploring possible graduate study, an alum catching up on events on "Holy Hill," or a religious leader seeking resources on ecumenical and interfaith dialogue, we are glad you found us. In these pages you will discover some of the ways our communal academic and religious commitments are embodied in our programs and people. I invite you to explore the GTU and discover our rich array of resources.
James A. Donahue