Since 1938, St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary has trained more than 1,500 hierarchs, priests, deacons, church leaders, chaplains, and missionaries through their journeys of transformation.
In line with its mission statement, St Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary is committed to educating its students for ministry and service in the Church and for the world. This commitment entails continuous enhancement of our curriculum, our policies, and quality of life for our students and their families, seminary faculty, and staff.
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St. Vladimir’s Seminary provides on-campus housing for students enrolled in full-time residential programs and offers limited accommodations for students enrolled in hybrid courses during their one-week onsite sessions.
The mission of the Library at St. Vladimir’s Seminary is to serve the needs of the faculty and students of the seminary, and the worldwide scholarly community as well. It represents one of the major assets of the seminary as an institution of higher learning. Users are encouraged to consult the Library Guide for information about borrowing policies.
Accredited by the Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada.
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