Residential students live on the historic, family-friendly, wooded campus overlooking Upper Nashotah Lake, nestled in the heart of Wisconsin’s lake country. What sets Nashotah House apart from other seminaries is the formation that takes place by living in an intentional community. Here students are invited to embrace a life of disciplined daily worship and Scripture reading, study the great thinkers of church history and theology in their own words, and learn to imitate the Lord in serving others, all in the context of a vibrant, intentional community that offers countless opportunities for fellowship and deep, lasting friendships.
The Master of Divinity (MDIV) is the standard professional degree for those seeking ordination. In this program, you will enjoy unparalleled access to faculty as well as hands-on experience leading worship and preaching the gospel in community. Your education in the rich liturgical tradition rooted in the Oxford Movement of Anglicanism will shape you for service in the church today and give you the tools to faithfully serve the world of tomorrow.Learn More
Available in both Residential and Hybrid-Distance formats, the Master of Theological Studies (MTS) is an academically-focused degree especially suited for those considering advanced graduate study or those pursuing lay ministry in the church. A Nashotah House MTS degree provides a thorough grounding in academic theological study while also allowing the student to pursue further concentration in four specific areas of theology: Christian Theology, Anglican Studies, Church History, and Holy Scripture.Learn More
Available in both Residential and Hybrid-Distance formats, the Certificate in Anglican Studies is a one-year program designed to ground students in Anglican beliefs, theology, history, method, and devotion.Learn More
As a residential student at Nashotah House, you will have the opportunity to live with and learn from faculty members who are invested in your formation. Visit our Faculty page to discover more about their publications, expertise, and call to ministry.Nashotah House Faculty