Bridging Religious and Cultural Divides

Current Campaigns

uts online good start thumbThe current online program brings the UTS mission of "bridging religious and cultural divides" to a worldwide audience.

UTS introduced distance education in the late 1990s, through correspondence courses and dial-in telephone calls.  UTS now uses the Instructure Canvas learning management platform: "Canvas is the best educational learning management system on the market today" (PCMag Jan, 2018)

Please support our innovative programs and help us bring UTS education to an even wider global audience.

We invite you to contribute to the Divinity Scholarship Fund which currently anticipates five awards of $1200 per year to be given to 5 candidates for the degree of Master of Divinity.All levels of donations are welcome; awards to recipients will be decided by the UTS Financial Aid Committee.

A scholarship can be “named” by contributing $1200 in a one-time payment or through 12 monthly payments of $100.

The Divinity Scholarship is designed to defray some of the cost, but students need to understand and budget for the full cost of their education. Prospective students are encouraged to explore multiple funding sources to cover educational and living expenses.

UTS is committed to increasing the financial literacy of all its students to encourage them finish their degrees with as little debt as possible.

Bequests can be made for general unrestricted use by the Seminary or you may choose to restrict your bequest gift for a designated purpose. Read more...

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