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Personal Information

Application for*
Start Term*

Note: All application materials must be received by the Office by August 1st for the Fall Semester, or January 5th for the Spring Semester.

Note: All application materials must be received by the Office by August 1st for the Fall Semester, or January 5th for the Spring Semester.

Note: All application materials must be received by the Office by August 1st for the Fall Semester, or January 5th for the Spring Semester.

Note: All application materials must be received by the Office by August 1st for the Fall Semester, or January 5th for the Spring Semester.

Note: All application materials must be received by the Office by October 1st for the Fall Semester, or February 1st for the Spring Semester.

What program are you interested in?
What certification program are you applying for?
Where are you currently enrolled?
Honorific
Applicant Name*
Previous Names
(if applicable)

Current Address

Street Address*
Town/City*
State/Province*
Zip Code/Postal Code*
Is this also your permanent address?*
Please enter your permenent address below:

Permanent Address

Street Address
Town/City
State/Province
Zip Code/Postal Code

Other Information

Phone Number *
Fax Number
E-mail Address*
Gender*
Date of Birth* (mm/dd/yyyy)
Place of Birth* (City/Village/Town)
Social Security Number*
Denominational Affiliation*

Optional Items

(The following items are optional. This information is used only for purposes of statistical analysis and is not considered in the admission process.)

Are you Hispanic or Latino/a?
Ethnicity
  Please Specify:

Education

Degrees Received*
(Please specify Date/School/Seminary City/State)
Theological Unclassified and Theological Online applicants must submit their most recent official transcript reflecting their graduate work. All other non-degree applicants are not required to submit official transcripts.
Theological Unclassified and Theological Online applicants must submit their most recent official transcript reflecting their graduate work. All other non-degree applicants are not required to submit official transcripts.
Name as it appears on Transcripts
Name as it appears on Transcripts

References

Theological Unclassified must submit two references.

Religious Leader*
Personal Acquaintance*

References

Theological Online must submit two references.

Religious Leader*
Personal Acquaintance*

References

Certification students must submit two references.

Religious Leader*
Personal Acquaintance*

References

Theological Visitors must submit a letter from their Academic Dean or Registrar approving their coursework.


Interview

Community Fellows must schedule an interview with the Academic Dean.

Applicants should call the Theological Admissions Office (973-408-3111) after submitting the application to schedule this interview.


Reasons & Goals*

Please use this space to describe your reasons for seeking admission as a non-degree student, and also your goals for study. Please give special attention to describing your ministry and your future direction. Your response should be between 150 and 250 words.

More Information

Non-Degree Enrollments

Non-degree enrollments are on a space-available basis and are subject to the approval of the instructor. Students are expected to do the work of the course and academic credit is earned. (except auditors and Community Fellows)

Non-degree students

Non-degree students in the Theological Online and Theological Audit programs are ordinarily limited to a total of three courses or 9 credits. Tuition is at the per-credit rate. Students who are concurrently enrolled at other seminaries will be exempted from the General Fee.

Transcript fees

Transcript fees will be charged. Non-degree students who wish to transfer into a degree program as part-time or full-time students will be eligible for special consideration on financial assistance.

Those students who have completed an undergraduate degree may take classes toward a United Methodist Certification for academic credit. Those students who have completed high school and/or some college may take classes toward a United Methodist Certification for audit credit that is entered into a permanent transcript record. A separate application is required for each U.M. Certification program.

Note: Transcripts are not required for applicants to the Community Fellows program.

Affirmation

My submission of this application attests that all the information contained in my application is factually correct and honestly presented.

University Policies

Materials submitted as part of the application process are not released for other purposes and cannot be returned to the applicant.

Drew does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, sexual orientation and age in the admission of students, in any of its programs, or activities and in its employment practices.

Questions concerning this policy, or complaints of discrimination, may be directed to George-Harold Jennings, Affirmative Action Officer, Drew University, Madison, NJ, 07490; Phone: (973) 408-3393.

(Information provided in compliance with Title IX, Section 504, and the Age Discrimination Act)

Letters of Recommendation

Please remember to mail your letters of recommendation after submitting this form (except for Community Fellows). You can download them from the Applications page (clicking on this link opens a new browser window). Any letter from a family member, spouse, or current Drew student will not be considered. Recommendation letters that lack the Recommendation Form or include an incomplete form are unofficial and do not count towards completion of the application.

Note: Letters of Recommendation are not required for applicants to the Community Fellows program.

Official Transcripts

An official transcript from the last educational institution attended is required for this application. Copies, faxed documents, and transcripts that have been opened by applicant are not official.

Official Transcripts

An official transcript from the last educational institution attended is required for this application. Copies, faxed documents, and transcripts that have been opened by applicant are not official.

Endorsement

In accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, you may waive your right to inspect the recommendations submitted on your behalf. Should you decide not to waive the right, you will have access to the recommendations only if you enroll in the Theological School at Drew University.

By submitting my application, I attest that all the information contained in my application is factually correct and honestly presented.