Admissions

Discover what Nashotah House has to offer by joining us for a virtual or in-person tour.

A student walking down the hall.

Your journey begins here.

Welcome to the Nashotah House campus where, secluded among the woods and wildlife of Wisconsin’s lake country, a transformative experience awaits you.

Immerse yourself in a community and educational experience that will shape your whole being–heart, mind, and spirit–for ministry and service. At Nashotah House, you get to live, work, and pray alongside faculty members, fellow seminarians, and their respective families in a Benedictine model that has served us for 180 years and counting.

We know you will fall in love with our beautiful, historic campus perched on the shore of Upper Nashotah Lake. The Early English Gothic Revival architecture and the acres of well-kept grounds are infused with our roots in mission and ministry.

For people considering a theological education at Nashotah House, we offer intimate, individualized tours as well as a larger prospective student event, both of which include at least one overnight stay on campus, where you get a feel for the daily rhythm at Nashotah House: participating in morning and afternoon worship in St. Mary’s Chapel, attending classes, enjoying meals and fellowship with others on campus, and more. You’re also invited to meet one-on-one with any of our faculty members to discuss your particular area of interest.

We are proud to offer several degree and certificate programs in both residential and hybrid-distance formats. Contact our Admissions Department at admissions@nashotah.edu to determine which path is right for you.

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A portrait of John Gullet

“The coursework has been exemplary, and the rhythms, worship, and community of the House have been sweet times of respite and nourishment for my body and soul.”

Fr. John Gullet

Current student, DMin ‘22