Visiting Students

Join a community of hospitality and learning.

Visiting students are welcomed into the Nashotah House community for a brief time. Most visiting students take courses in January and July. Students attend one-week sessions on campus in those months, and the rest of the course is completed at a distance. When they are studying on campus, they are invited to participate in the full life of the community.

Many visiting students are pastors desiring continuing education, or students from other institutions interested in the unique electives Nashotah offers. They can take Masters level or Advanced Degree courses for credit or as auditors. Visiting students taking Masters level courses for credit typically hold a Bachelors of Arts degree, and those who take Advanced Degree courses for credit are usually at least half-way through a Masters degree.

 

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At-a-Glance

Taking a course as a visiting student is a great way to learn more about the Nashotah House community and to deepen one’s understanding of Scripture and theology.

  • Choose from a variety of excellent Summer and Winter electives.
  • Learn from internationally renowned scholars.
  • Participate in an immersive, Anglo-Catholic liturgical experience.
  • Build friendships with Christian leaders and thinkers.
  • Grow in appreciation for and understanding of the Anglican tradition.

 

Winter Courses 2022

World-renowned faculty. Diverse & compelling course lineup. Unparalleled continuing education.
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Meet the Nashotah House Faculty

As a visiting student at Nashotah House, you will have the opportunity to engage with and learn from accredited, published, and award-winning 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

Former Summer and Winter Courses

Dr. Lewis Ayres - Summer 2021
Classical Trinitrian Theology
The Rev. Dr. John Behr - Summer 2021
St. Gregory of Nyssa
Dr. Hans Boersma - Summer 2021
Enchanted Worship
The Rev. Canon Dr. Trevor Hart - Summer 2021
Taking Flesh: Incarnation, Embodiment and Artistry
Dr. Elisabeth Kincaid - Summer 2021
Work, Vocation, and Ethics
The Rev. Dr. Amy Peeler - Summer 2021
Warnings in Hebrews
Dr. Christopher Wells - Summer 2021
Liturgy in Aquinas
Dr. Hans Boersma - Winter 2021
Lectio Divina: Theology and Practice of Spiritual Reading
The Rt. Rev. Dr. George Sumner - Winter 2021
The Reformation for Catholics
The Rev. Canon Dr. Victor Austin - Summer 2020
Theological Anthropology: What is the Good of Being Human?
Dr. Lewis Ayres - Summer 2020
St. Irenaeus and the Second Century
Dr. Elisabeth Kincaid - Summer 2020
Christians, Justice and the Common Good
The Rev. Dr. Esau McCaulley - Summer 2020
The Bible and Theology in Color
Dr. Hans Boersma - Winter 2020
Theological Interpretation of Scripture
Dr. Christopher Wells - Winter 2020
Anglican Ecclesiology
The Rev. Dr. John Behr - Summer 2019
Origen of Alexandria
The Very Rev. Dr. Kevin Martin - Summer 2019
Pastoral Congregations: Moving Boldly into the Future
The Rev. Dr. Greg Peters - Summer 2019
Hearts Bent to God

A Typical Week in Residence at Nashotah House

Sunday

  • Registration

  • Evening Prayer

  • Welcome Reception

Monday

  • Morning Prayer and Holy Eucharist

  • Breakfast

  • Class Session I

  • Lunch

  • Class Session II

  • Evensong

Tuesday

  • Morning Prayer and Holy Eucharist

  • Breakfast

  • Class Session I

  • Lunch

  • Class Session II

  • Evensong

Wednesday

  • Morning Prayer and Holy Eucharist

  • Breakfast

  • Class Session I

  • Lunch

  • Class Session II

  • Evensong

Thursday

  • Sung Matins

  • Breakfast

  • Class Session I

  • Lunch

  • Class Session II

  • Evening Prayer and High Solemn Mass

  • Community Dinner

Friday

  • Morning Prayer and Holy Eucharist

  • Breakfast

  • Class Session I

  • Lunch

  • Class Session II

  • Evening Prayer