March 8, 2011 • On-campus Invitation
Are you contemplating ministry or a deeper study of the Orthodox faith? Are you a recent or soon-to-be college grad discerning what your next step is? Or, maybe you are going through a "Quarter-life Crisis" and need a push in the right direction? No matter what life-altering questions you may be dealing with, please consider spending your Spring Break at St. Vladimir's Seminary.
"Come and see what life is like here, and where St. Vlad's might fit into your future plans," encourages PDn. Joseph Matusiak, the seminary's Director of Alumni and Recruitment.
When you visit us during your Spring Break you will have an opportunity to attend classes, worship in the chapel, tour the campus and its resources, engage faculty members and get to know current students. Detailed information on the seminary's various degree programs, financial aid, and admissions process also will be provided to you.
There is no cost to visiting potential students, other than their transportation costs. Prospective students may explore their transportation options  on our Website. Participants needing help in navigating their way from the New York Metropolitan Airports or Railway/Bus Stations, however, may contact Protodeacon Joseph Matusiak at the seminary's Recruitment Office: 914-961-8313, EXT 342 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.  Please also contact PDn. Joseph to obtain more information, a schedule of activities, and a Prospective Student registration form.
St. Vladimir's Seminary, a graduate school of theology, offers Master of Divinity, Master of Arts (Theological Studies), and Master of Theology degrees. Find us on Google Maps.