The Borsch-Rast Book Prize and Lectureship of the Graduate Theological Union has as its purpose the encouragement of the writing and publication of theological scholarship by GTU graduates and current faculty. The endowment for the Borsch-Rast Book Prize and Lectureship comes from the sale of Trinity Press International, a venture dedicated to the publication of scholarly and often interdisciplinary theological studies. The prize and lectureship honor the joint example and collaboration of Frederick Houk Borsch (1935-2017) and Harold W. Rast (1933-2004). Hal Rast, after years as a senior...
In these unprecedented times, we continue to live out the mission of the GTU by drawing from the wisdom in our world’s religious traditions and bringing those insights into conversation with our modern moment. The following resources provide ways we can build spiritual community, but they are not an exhasutive list. We also invite you to our new initiative "Spiritual Care and Ethical Leadership for Our Times" where each Friday beginning March 23 on the GTU Voices blog we will hear from GTU scholars who offer inspiration and insight on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Students must be in a degree program to cross-register for a UCB course. For further information, see the GTU/UCB Cross-registration agreement.
If you encounter problems or questions in the process, please contact John Seal, GTU Consortial Registrar (email@example.com).
UCB Course Schedule
Deadlines & Important Dates
The Friday of the first week of the semester at noon is the deadline for filing the Cross Registration form in the GTU Consortial Registrar’s Office. There will be NO EXCEPTIONS to this deadline.
Over time the Graduate Theological Union and UC Berkeley have confirmed their relationship by developing two programs for cross-registration that reflect the mutual respect which they have for each other and that create extensive opportunities for the exchange of ideas, enriching both the UCB students and the students in the GTU community.
The Cooperative Program is limited to GTU PhD students who have been approved by the Graduate Division at UCB for course work only.
The Casual Program is open to all degree students in the GTU community and to all students at UCB in the Graduate...
The schools of the GTU function with individual registration systems governed by a set of common policies and procedures. Within these policies, each school retains some flexibility to meet the various needs of their own academic programs. The policies common among the schools are presented below. Any variation from a common policy is listed by school under the particular policy. Questions about these policies should be directed to the Registrar of the student’s school of enrollment.
The deadline for late registration is the end of the second week of instruction, and is...