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Serves: USA
Enrollment: Several terms
Financial Aid: Yes
Scholarships: Yes
Contact Info:
State: Tennessee
City: Sewanee
Street: 735 University Ave
ZIP: 37383
Phone: 931-598-1000
Founded in 1857, Sewanee: the University of the South is nowadays one of the top nationís liberal arts colleges. The University is also known simply as Sewanee and it has a School of Letters, a Seminary and a School of Theology. The University is governed by dioceses of the Episcopal Church and provides excellent theological education opportunities for its students.

In addition to various on-campus programs offered by the University, there is an outstanding Education for Ministry program, which can be taken either through traditional learning or online. The program aims at teaching students how to think theologically. Moreover, it deepens individualís faith and understanding of the Christian heritage, and provides the students with a new confidence to be Christ's minister.

Known EfM, Education for Ministry program provides theological distance education. The program is 4 years long, and it discusses the foundations of theological education in the Old and New Testaments, church history, liturgy, and theology. The program requirements for students include weekly seminars conducted by the experienced mentors. On completion of the program, students receive certificate.

Financial Aid
The University of the South seeks to help its students to cover education costs by providing financial aid options such as grants, work-study jobs, loans, scholarships, and financial aid packages which combine all of the above mentioned options.




Reviews:

Elisa Levay
I've finished my freshmen year in Sewanee and absolutely love the atmosphere. The classes are small and it's easy to talk to the professor and, depending on the individual, get help with an assignment. You can really build a personal relationship with the professors and they can help you work on your strengths and weaknesses and help you to decide what you want to do with your years at the university.

The extracurricular activities may not be the best in the country (our sports SUCK) but it allows nearly anyone to get involved with what they want to do. If you're looking for a really strong, athletic school, this probably isn't the place for you.

I've loved the social atmosphere. Something like 90% of students are involved in greek life. There's a sorority/fraternity for nearly every individual, not just the typical frat guy or sorority girl. These organizations really help the students to get involved amongst one another and create families.

Students must live in the dorms all 4 years, unless they have special permission. Which really isn't that bad, since you get to pick the dorm and there are some fairly nice ones. Food is decent, compared to some schools. Of course, it may get repetitive, but it really is pretty good.

It takes nearly a half hour to get anywhere else (Wal-mart's, Sonic, etc). It gives the mountain a "bubble" feel, where you kind of forget about the outside world. But, it kind of sucks when you want to escape for a while.

Tradition is important at Sewanee, which can be both negative and positive. It's somewhat conservative values may be off putting for many individuals, but some of the traditions create a great sense of community (getting your Sewanee angel at the gates, going to the cross, etc).

I've loved Sewanee, but it definitely depends on the individual. It's a small school with a beautiful campus and it's easy to develop a tight-knit group of friends. It's a completely different atmosphere from any school I've visited and it's definitely worth a visit.


Alisha Briese
I've had a great time so far at Sewanee, and I am so glad that I decided to come here.

Julian Behler
Sewanee provided an education both in the classroom as well as in life. Through close interaction on the mountaintop domain "campus" one learns to be part of the community of mankind. The classes teach you to learn. What your major happens to be is not as important as the process of learning. The Greek system is a big part of campus but there are fraternities for any person of any background.



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