In our life together at PSR, we rely on God’s presence among us as we build a community.
In our life together at PSR, we rely on God’s presence among us as we build a community that values diversity, mutual respect, and listening and learning from one another. The importance of these values transcends PSR: when we work to create community with others different from ourselves, we acquire important skills for leadership in churches and other faith communities.
At PSR, you’re sure to be with others different from yourself. We welcome students who have diverse theological views and cultural backgrounds, international students, new college graduates as well as second-career professionals, LGBTQ+ students, families with children, and people with disabilities. We actively emphasize anti-racist work in our academic and community life, nuancing it with a deep understanding of intersectional and interlocking oppressions. We do not tolerate racist, sexist, homophobic, or xenophobic speech, acts, or beliefs on our campus.
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Pacific School of Religion is committed to partnering with students in making theological education accessible. To this end, resources from PSR’s endowment, annual fundraising, and ancillary income are used to support the education of students in PSR’s various programs. Through the use of these resources, PSR is able to offer its education at tuition levels that are well below the actual cost of the delivering the education.