Join the GTU for our Alumni Reception at the 2018 Annual Meetings of the AAR-SBL in Denver. We'll honor our alum of the year, announce the winner of the Borsch-Rast Prize, and enjoy a time to reconnect with old friends and meet new ones.
Please join the Richard S. Dinner Center for Jewish Studies for a lecture given by Dr. Jolanta Ambrozewicz-Jacobs, scholar at the Kosciuszko Foundation, titled Holocaust Memory in Poland: Attitudes, Studies, Politics and More.
A Diverse Institution of
Groundbreaking Religious Scholarship
The GTU is the most comprehensive center for the graduate study of religion in North America, bringing together scholars of the world’s great religions and wisdom traditions. Discover the more than twenty schools, centers, and affiliates that form this one-of-a-kind union.
An Educational Community to
Pursue Your Deepest Intentions
The GTU supports intensive scholarly inquiry and deep personal engagement with religious tradition and practice. Students pursue their interests within a diverse community composed of many smaller communities, in an atmosphere of multi-religious freedom, curiosity, respect, and dialogue.
A Graduate School Where
Religion Engages the World
Whether your studies involve interreligious topics or in-depth inquiry within a particular tradition, the GTU offers exceptional opportunities for critical and creative scholarship. Through four interdisciplinary departments and more than thirty specific concentrations, our master’s and doctoral programs invite innovative study of religion in a twenty-first century context.