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Cross Registration

Northeastern Seminary students are encouraged to broaden their educational experiences by taking advantage of cross-registration agreements that have been established with the following institutions:

United Theological Seminary (United Methodist)—Dayton, Ohio

United Theological Seminary, with campuses in Dayton, Ohio and Buckhannon, West Virginia, is one of the 13 United Methodist seminaries that recruits, educates, and nurtures faithful leaders for the mission of Jesus Christ in the world. United's graduates number more than 5,500 and represent 31 countries and all 50 states. These graduates have served as bishops, district superintendents, pastors, Christian education directors, counselors, chaplains, and professors.

4501 Denlinger Road, Dayton, OH 45426 | 937.529.2201
www.united.edu

St. Bernard's School of Theology and Ministry (Roman Catholic)—Rochester, N.Y.

Located in the dioceses of Rochester and Albany, St. Bernard's offers three master’s degree programs in theology as well as a range of certificate programs, lectures, workshops, and continuing education opportunities. Their goal is to integrate classroom learning with personal, spiritual, and professional development and open their students to a fuller grasp of the deeper meanings of the Catholic faith tradition.

Students bring to the classroom varied backgrounds and experiences and a wide range of learning goals. Most are part-time students occupied during the daytime with jobs and other responsibilities. St. Bernard’s offers flexible scheduling and evening classes in order to help students successfully pursue their educational, professional, and spiritual goals.

Rochester: 120 French Road, Rochester, NY 14618 | 585.271.3657
Albany: 40 North Main Avenue, Albany, NY 12203 | 518.453.6760
www.stbernards.edu

Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School—Rochester, N.Y.

Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School, founded in 1817 with a presence in Rochester since 1850, is a graduate professional school conferring Master of Divinity, Master of Arts, and Doctor of Ministry degrees. Current student enrollment represents many denominations, including Baptist, United Methodist, Presbyterian, and United Church of Christ.

Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School prepares women and men for ministry, in the local church and beyond, that is learned, pastoral and prophetic. Rooted in the biblical mandate for justice and mercy they equip leaders for transforming ministry that speaks truth to power and stands among "the least of these." They engage the theological disciplines in an ecumenical Christian community of teaching, learning, and worship.

1100 South Goodman Street, Rochester, NY 14620 | 585.271.1320
www.crcds.edu