Three exceptionally good pieces of news underscore our commitment to sustainability and stewardship.
We earned re-accreditation for the next 10 years, until 2024, from both ATS, the Association of Theological Schools, and MSCHE, the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. ATS highlighted our "distinctive strengths" as: Outstanding leadership through a period of difficult transition; courage and commitment to face institutional racism and white privilege; institutional responsiveness to student well being in a holistic manner.
Our faithful donors and supporters who showed their affection for and commitment to Lancaster Seminary by contributing $1 million to our annual fund for the 2nd year in a row, making it possible to continue to provide the highest quality educational support to transformational leaders who will serve the church now and into the future.
We received national media coverage in InTrust magazine for collaborating with Partners for Sacred Places on historic building preservation and adaptive use of our historic buildings.