Claremont School of Theology
Description of PhD Program
Tuition & Housing Costs
Students attending CST are eligible for a range of scholarships and Teaching/Research assistantships, as well as student loan programs.
Claremont School of Theology assists students through Institutional Scholarships, federal work-study, access to external loans, and directing students to outside opportunities such as scholarships and grants. A limited number of Faculty Assistantships are available each year. Individual faculty members initiate appointments. Faculty members may give preference to students who are eligible for Federal Work-Study, but they are not to do so.
Fellowships provide support for new students who demonstrate both need and merit upon nomination from staff, faculty, and administrators.
Merit-based fellowships are awarded to students based on the recommendation of each academic department.
Adjunct Instructor, Acquisitions Librarian
Neighboring Institutions or Programs
Through cross-registration, students are also eligible to take course work at the following institutions: The Academy of Jewish Religion, California, Bayan Claremont, Claremont Graduate University, and the University of the West.
The Claremont Colleges Services offers a range of support services to foster diversity at The Claremont Colleges and help students from underrepresented populations thrive academically, socially, and culturally, ensuring a rich, diverse experience for all students.
LatinX Graduate Student Union – Latinx grad organization
Library Resources-Special Collections
Ministry Collection: Print and media resources for the teaching, preaching, pastoral care, worship and urban ministries of the church, focusing especially on resources that are multicultural and intercultural, ethnically diverse, ecological and ecumenical, gender-inclusive, and interfaith.
Research Collection: An extensive research collection of resources for liturgy, homiletics, religious education, religion and the arts, pastoral care and counseling, and urban ministry. Provides students and visiting scholars with an historical collection, including oral histories, and a breadth of resources representing diversity in culture, gender, race, religious tradition, and regions of the world.
The Honnold/Mudd Library special resources section includes access to the Mexican Newspapers Collection: 1821–1927 and the General José María Maytorena Papers: 1910 Mexican Revolution.
Claremont School of Theology
Canon for Congregational Vitality
The Episcopal Diocese of New York
Marlene Mayra Ferreras
Rafael Reyes III
The HTI person to contact for information on PhD studies at Claremont School of Theology is:
Name: Rev. Dr. Sheryl Kujawa-Holbrook
Title: Vice-President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty
Phone: (909) 447-2520
Person in Charge of Enrollment:
Name: Ms. Heather Hawkins
Title: Director of Admissions and Enrollment Services
Phone: (503) 480-2317