For those called to serve

We have a special interest in preparing students for service in the church, including the ordained ministry, parish work, diaconal ministry, social ministry and ministry in music.

Preparation for graduate theological study, ministry and church occupations includes academic instruction, spiritual maturation and experiential learning.

While you may major in any field, you’re encouraged to emphasize the broadening aspects of the liberal arts, to acquire reading skills in Classical or New Testament (Koin√©) Greek and to study a language likely to be spoken by those whom they may be called to serve.

Our historic relationship with the Lutheran Church (ELCA) attracts many students to its service, but graduates have also entered service in many other denominations.

Religious and Spiritual Life Clubs

Find fellowship with other members of the religious life community by joining one of these campus organizations.

Religious and Spiritual Life

There are many opportunities for religious expression and community at Susquehanna.

Religious Studies

Better understand humanity, and yourself, by majoring or minoring in religious studies at Susquehanna.

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514 University Ave.
Selinsgrove, Pa. 17870

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Carla Krissinger, Administrative Assistant

Chaplain Scott Kershner