Do you want to complete your theological studies in a tight-knit community? MDiv, MDiv Chaplaincy, and MACM students are eligible to join LIFE 631, a residential, co-curricular program that prioritizes emotional and spiritual formation. LIFE 631 was inspired by Mark 6:31 where Jesus spoke to his disciples in the midst of a busy, chaotic moment in ministry. Jesus said, “Come away with me and get some rest.” LIFE 631 was designed to prioritize your journey toward Christ and His likeness, growing you emotionally and spiritually in the context of the Christian community.
Benefits of LIFE 631:
Would you like to emphasize community on your seminary journey? Complete your application today by submitting your degree program application and the LIFE 631 application. You will need to complete both applications to be eligible.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, our weekly chapel services are currently canceled however we look forward to coming together for weekly worship and fellowship again very soon.
Our campus is equipped with critical safety protocols to help keep you secure on campus. Ashland University’s Safety Services department is our primary responder during an advisory, alert, or timely warning. If you need to make a report to issue an advisory, alert or timely warning, contact the Ashland University Safety Services department.
You can monitor the following resources for instructions about how to respond in an emergency situation. Ashland University Safety Services and Public Relations may use any or all of these resources to issue alerts. Report all incidents to Student Affairs at 419.289.5695 and Safety Services at 419.207.5555.
As a seminary student, you have access to excellent IT support through Ashland University. We utilize a centralized IT center called Help Desk to process, receive and effectively route error reports. Our technical support team can assess and rectify campus-wide issues as they arise. Contact us at 419.289.5405 or click the button below to learn more.