Yearlong student COHORT ENGAGING IN THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION AND VOCATIONAL DISCERNMENT
The Christensen Scholars Program is a collaboration between the Christensen Center for Vocation and the Religion & Philosophy Department. Christensen Scholars are students interested in a deeper interdisciplinary exploration of Christian theological reflection and vocational discernment related to their personal lives and social realities of the world they live in. Students from the various traditions within Christianity are invited to apply in order to engage respectfully with others about what they believe, why it matters, and how it propels us to service in the world. The cohort has both academic and service requirements for an entire academic year. Christensen Scholars receive a scholarship and stipend.
- Unique opportunities to explore Christian theology & vocation more deeply as a cohort
- Earn upper division credit (4 credits) in religion
- Seminar setting that is small and supportive
- $2,000 scholarship, $1,500 stipend
- Opportunities to develop skills related to theological reflection & vocational discernment
- Learn more about the Christensen Scholar experience by viewing profiles of past Christensen Scholars.
- Read the Christensen Scholars Overview
APPLICATIONS ARE CLOSED FOR 2023.
As part of the application process, interested students will be required to submit both an application form AND faculty recommendations.