2016 News and Events

"One thing I hope we all share is a commitment to overcome the all-too-natural tendency to fear 'the other.' We all — Republicans, Democrats and Independents alike — should be profoundly disturbed by and repudiate anything that encourages us to see others as objects and not as individuals whom God loves."

Apply by Nov. 1 for priority merit scholarship consideration. Applications now being accepted for Spring and Fall 2017 enrollment, with the fee waived through March 1.

Perkins School of Theology welcomes our new and returning students to the Dallas campus and the Houston-Galveston Extension Program!

Are you looking for a way to expand your theological knowledge but aren't quite ready to commit to a particular degree program? Perkins School of Theology has just the answer: enroll as a non-degree student to experience all that Perkins has to offer.

Each year, nearly 75 percent of Perkins students will receive some form of financial assistance from Perkins School of Theology. Perkins also will waive its $50 fee for all applications completed by March 1.

Rev. John McKellar, Pastor of White’s Chapel United Methodist Church in Southlake, Texas, and Rev. Linda Roby, Associate Minister of Local and Global Missions at First United Methodist Church Dallas, will be honored at 5 p.m. Monday, Feb. 1, 2016, during the annual Distinguished Alumni Awards banquet.

Join other Perkins alumni/ae and friends to visit with a special representative from the school as well as learn new and exciting happenings at your alma mater!