I chose St. Andrew's because of the emphasis on the integration of our theological studies with practical ministry experience and community involvement.
St. Andrew's blessed my life with social struggles and deep faith.
St. Andrew's prepared me
for a lifetime of ministry
and congregational service.
I grew in confidence over time, due in large part to the support of teachers, family and friends and the tenacious presence of the Spirit.
I am grateful for what I have experienced and learned from
St. Andrew’s College including
a strong sense of community.
St. Andrew’s College offers students an intimate, personalized learning opportunity within a small community while still offering all of the benefits and resources of a large university through its affiliation with the Universityof Saskatchewan, collaboration with the university’s Anglican and Lutheran colleges through the Saskatoon Theological Union, and its international partnership with Hanshin Graduate School of Theology in Seoul, South Korea.
St. Andrew’s College is an affiliated college of the University of Saskatchewan. As a result, students at St. Andrew’s can undertake their studies in the college’s small learning community while still having access to the wider teaching, library and recreational resources provided by the University of Saskatchewan and other colleges.
Students and faculty at St. Andrew’s have a close working relationship with the Anglican College of Emmanuel and St. Chad and the Lutheran Theological Seminary, both of which are also located on the University of Saskatchewan campus, as part of the Saskatoon Theological Union (STU).
The STU aims to provide a co-operative and ecumenical approach to theological education. While remaining distinct and separate institutions, the three member colleges share their resources in significant ways. The STU framework makes the course offerings of all three colleges available to students enrolled in any of the member institutions. Attempts are made to co-ordinate course offerings in each area of study and in some instances courses are jointly offered by professors from more than one college.
The operation of the STU is maintained by means of regular meetings of the faculty members of the three colleges, supplemented by meetings of more specialized groups — the heads of colleges, the registrars, the subject-area “sections” (Biblical Studies; Church History and Historical Theology, Systematic Theology, Ethics and Church and Society; Pastoral Theology), and other ad hoc committees. The Graduate Studies Program is supervised by a director in conjunction with the Graduate Studies Council comprised of the faculty members of the three colleges.
The STU maintains a close relationship with the University of Saskatchewan with which all three schools are affiliated. Professors from each of the three colleges regularly teach in the university’s Department of Religious Studies.
St. Andrew's offers an international experience through a partnership with Hanshin Graduate School of Theology in Seoul, South Korea, and The Presbyterian Church in the Republic of Korea (PROK) that offers the opportunity for student and faculty exchanges. St. Andrew's students may earn credits while studying at Hanshin and benefit from sharing studies with Korean students while in Saskatoon.
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