Unification Theological Seminary, Barrytown campus is the former estate of Robert Livingston on the Hudson River. The Livingstons were a prominent family in the Hudson Valley in Colonial times. One, Philip Livingston was a signer of the Declaration of Independence. In the summer of 1868, 9-year-old Theodore Roosevelt came to Barrytown with his family and stayed for the month of August, while the Aspinwall’s were away.

The Doctor of Ministry degree was first approved by The American Association of Theological Schools (now ATS) in 1972, with significant growth occurring in the number and scope of these programs soon after its inception.

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Barrytown College LogoBarrytown College of UTS President Dr. Richard Panzer announced today (9/16/2013) that the college is launching an English Language Institute that will begin in January, 2014 at the Barrytown Campus.

The English Language Institute includes courses to help international students to master the basic English language communication skills needed to study at an American college or university.

The first 8-week session will start on January 27 and finish on March 21, 2014. Five other sessions are also scheduled in 2014. Students who have Advanced Level English language skills will also be able to enroll in regular Barrytown College classes.

For more information, or to receive an application, contact Angie Callwood, Director of  Admissions and Financial Aid, via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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