Admissions

Religious leaders, civic leaders, and educators are uniquely positioned to help cultivate an informed and engaged citizenry. At the Religious Freedom Center (RFC), our academic programs are designed to train participants to skillfully negotiate issues of religion in the public arena. We provide students with the opportunity to cultivate and share in a learning environment that bridges a diverse array of geographic, cultural, and religious landscapes.

Our blended learning (online/onsite) courses are perfect for busy adult learners. We also offer:

  • Certificate Programs
  • Degree Programs
  • Professional Development 

To explore current course offerings, visit Programs.

Before submitting your registration, review the prerequisites and make sure that you meet the minimum registration requirements.

PREREQUISITES

  • All registrants must have access to high-speed internet and a computer with a camera for video-conferences.
  • All registrants must demonstrate English proficiency and ability to write at a Master’s degree level.
  • Mandatory attendance for the entire 3-day onsite intensive experience
  • All international registrants must either:
    • Be currently registered in an accredited U.S. academic institution in a graduate degree program and have been approved to receive a U.S. Visitor’s Visa according to requirements of the U.S. State Department; or
    • Have been previously approved by the Atlas Corps Fellowship Program to receive a J-1, Exchange Visitor visa (trainee designation) issued by the U.S. State Department.

Start your online registration:

Please be mindful of the following due dates:

DUE DATES

  • The registration period for the January 2019 intensives will take place August 15 – December 1, 2018. 

To check your registration status, please contact Sabrina E. Dent, Director of Recruitment and Admissions. Participants will be notified via email.

Share