St. Andrew’s College is gearing up for an exciting fall

College plans to offer courses for all programs in an online learning format beginning with the fall term.

At St. Andrew’s College we are proud of our faculty and staff who have responded to the pandemic with resilience and creativity. We look forward to continuing to support our students in the coming months as we prepare for the fall term.

All courses will be offered in online formats in order to comply with Ministry of Health regulations. If you are a distance student, you might be able to take a course that is rarely offered in an online format. There are also a couple of exciting new courses!  

Check out our all of our course offerings at the Current Course Offerings page.
Intensive courses for the Designated Lay Ministry Program, Learning Circles for the MDiv program and DMin programs will also be offered online. Rest assured that if you sign up for an online course in Fall 2020, you will be able to finish that course in the online format. 
Thinking about auditing or taking a course as a continuing education credit, now is your chance to take advantage of our fall offerings, all available online!
 e look forward to joining together in other community activities including: St. Andrew’s chapel services, STU worship, CORE group meetings, and community gatherings via ZOOM as we start up the new term in September.

We are all working hard to develop flexible plans for the future, ensuring the ongoing witness and work of the college on behalf of our students, our community, and the wider church continues. We will really miss gathering together in person, but we are committed to everyone’s safety. So, until restrictions are lifted and we can safely be together in person, we are going to have these booked times to gather, hosted online through various platforms. Once we receive direction from public health authorities that we can safely be together, we will begin to do that carefully and safely.
Until larger in-person gatherings are permitted, our building remains closed to the public, but staff and faculty are working remotely and on site to ensure the ongoing operations of the college. For further information about building matters, please consult tour COVID-19 update page or contact Melanie Schwanbeck or Carolina Castro.

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