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M.Div., M.T.S., and Residential Certificate Programs     Priority Deadline:  March 1st of each year for the following fall April 1:  final deadline for low-residence M.Div. admission July 1:  final deadline for on-campus M.Div. and M.T.S. (online or on-campus) admission   M.Div Low Residency Deadline:  March 15 of each year C.A.S. Low Residency Deadline:  March 15 of each year
The Dean of Students at CDSP plays a critical role in the life of CDSP, building relationships among students at various stages of their academic work, offering chaplaincy support to students and their families, leading in all aspects of formation in preparation for ministry and supporting communications between students and other aspects of institutional life. The Rev. L. Ann Hallisey, D.Min., was named CDSP Dean of Students in August 2011.
The Very Rev. W. Mark Richardson, Ph.D., writes a Dean’s Letter in each issue of Crossings, the CDSP magazine.
Church Divinity School of the Pacific offers the following graduate degrees:
Shape your diaconal formation and build a path that fits you and your diocese’s goals. Diaconal formation in the Episcopal Church is and should be contextual, overseen by the bishop of the diocese enabling the church to respond to the local situation. CALL offers many options that can supplement and enhance local formation by offering the expertise of seminary professors and the opportunity to learn from and with others across The Episcopal Church and beyond. Online Courses
There are a number of restaurants and stores within a block of the CDSP campus, along Euclid Avenue between the campus and UC Berkeley, and within a 15-minute walk to downtown Berkeley.
Church Divinity School of the Pacific, 2451 Ridge Road, Berkeley, Calif., occupies a city block bounded by Ridge Road, Le Conte and Euclid Avenues, one block north of the Hearst Avenue North Gate of the University of California/Berkeley campus. Limited parking is available both on campus and on the streets. Contact the Reception Desk in Shires Hall to check the availability of a visitor-parking pass.
Admissions currently on hiatus The CDSP D.Min. program is designed for clergy and lay church professionals who wish to enrich their own practice of ministry. Each student’s program is unique because it is tailored to his or her special ministry concerns. Applicants for the D.Min. program must have an M.Div. or the educational equivalent and three years of full-time ministry experience.
The Doctor of Ministry degree program is an advanced degree program for experienced church leaders, which allows them to make the most of a sabbatical taken during the fall semester, when faculty and other students at both schools are present to enrich that experience. Admissions to the D.Min program are currently on hiatus.
The Ph.D. and Th.D. are offered by the Graduate Theological Union (GTU). These advanced academic degrees prepare students for professional careers in teaching, writing, and scholarship, as well as for leadership opportunities with religious organizations, social service agencies, foundations, museums, libraries, publishing, and in educational institutions.
Admissions to CDSP's Doctor of Ministry degree program are currently on hiatus. The Doctor of Ministry in Congregational Development is now a program of the Bexley Hall Seabury-Western Theological Seminary Foundation:  learn more. Students seeking Doctor of Philosophy or Doctor of Theological Studies degrees apply to the Graduate Theological Union, and may choose to affiliate with CDSP.
Welcome to D'Autremont! Welcome to GTU Consortial Dining in D’Autremont Dining Hall, located on the Pacific School of Religion campus, just south of the CDSP campus. Here are the meal and plan options for 2014-15. Dates of Operation: Aug. 25, 2014 to May 22, 2015.The dining hall is open on Saturdays for meal-plan holders only.It is closed on Sundays and on the following dates:

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