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Interdenominational Theological Center
700 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Southwest
Atlanta, Georgia 30314
404-527-7792
Contact: Carla Folds
http://www.itc.edu
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† † †Located in the center of Atlanta, Georgia, ITC uses its urban context as a primary resource to examine what God is doing in society. With our faculty of renowned scholar-teachers, the Gardner C. Taylor Archives, Black Women in Church and Society Program, the Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center and its repository of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers, our Youth Hope Builders Academy, Faith Journey Program, Religious Heritage of the African World, Spirituality and Health Program, Distance Learning opportunities, outstanding staff, and talented and enthusiastic student body, we welcome you to visit our campus. Join us in Christian education that moves beyond mere information and rhetoric about justice, love, forgiveness and peace. At ITC, scholarly excellence and spiritual integrity are combined to prepare Christian leaders who will enhance the quality of life for all Godís creation to the glory of God.


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Quick Facts
Undergrad Population: 425
Graduate Population: 448
Student Body: Coed
In State Tuition: $11212
Out of State Tuition: $7052
Room & Board: $5465
Applications Due: July 1st ($50)
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Online Classes: yes
Percent Men: 92%
Percent Women: 8%
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Majors Offered

Master of Divinity (M.Div.) Offered on ITC Campus and Online

Master of Arts in Christian Education (M.A.C.E.)

Master of Arts in Church Music (M.A.C.M.)

Doctor of Ministry (D. Min.)

Doctor of Theology in Pastoral Counseling (Th.D.)

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College History
† † †The Interdenominational Theological Center, is a Christian, ecumenical, graduate professional school of theology and one of the most significant ventures in theological education in America. It was chartered in 1958 through the mutual efforts of four denominational seminaries: Morehouse School of Religion, Gammon Theological Seminary, Turner Theological Seminary, and Phillips School of Theology, came together to form one school of theology in cooperation as an ecumenical cluster and were later joined by two additional schools, Johnson C. Smith Theological Seminary, and Charles H. Mason Theological Seminary. The Center's actualization was greatly helped by some magnificent grants from philanthropic foundations, especially the Sealantic Fund and the General Education Board. The ITC has been accredited by the Association of Theological Schools in the U.S. and Canada since 1960 and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools since October 1984.
† † †The ITC has always welcomed persons across denominations and faiths expressing an interest in theological preparation for service in the Church and accepts students with connections to denominations beyond its six affiliate seminary denominations through the Harry V. and Selma T. Richardson Ecumenical Fellowship, named in tribute to its founding president.
† † †ITC faculty members are chosen both for scholarly competence and for teaching ability. They constitute an outstanding group among the seminaries of the nation. The faculty personifies quality scholarship, rigorous academic discipline, and significant research in the service of the church and other communities in the world. Both the administration and faculty create a spiritual environment in which critical thinking, investigation, reflection, evaluation, communication, decision-making, and responsible action are fostered. They challenge all students to become involved in the problems which affect the human spirit; to become active on behalf of both the academic community and the community beyond the campus to develop an appreciation for the disciplines that contribute to theological resources in an ethically responsible fashion; and to maintain continuous development of the intellect, spirit, and skills required for spiritual growth. The faculty-student ratio is very favorable, insuring small classes and individual attention with an opportunity for flexibility in instruction.
† † †During its 52-year history, the institution has experienced tremendous growth under the administration of eight presidents. Dr. Harry V. Richardson served as the first president of the Interdenominational Theological Center from 1959 to 1968. Dr. Oswald P. Bronson served as president from 1968 to 1975. Dr. Grant S. Shockley became president in January of 1976 and served until the end of December 1979. Dr. James Deotis Roberts became president in August 1980 and served until April 1983. Dr. James H. Costen became president in December 1983 and served through June 1997. Dr. Robert Michael Franklin became president in July 1997 and served to June 2002. During the search for his successor, Dr. Oliver Haney, Jr. served as Interim President for one year. Dr. Michael A. Battle was appointed president in September 2003 and served for six years, until August 2009. Dr. Thomas Cole was Interim President during the 2009-2010 academic year. On September 1, 2010, Dr. Ronald E. Peters became ITC's eighth and current president.
The ITC is located on a ten-acre plot in the heart of the Atlanta University Center. The site is a generous gift of Atlanta University. The buildings and all other facilities are modern, providing every resource for effective instruction and comfortable living. The Center is under the direction of a forty-five member Board of Trustees. Twenty-four of the trustees come from the six participating schools. The remaining twenty-one trustees are fifteen members-at-large chosen without regard to denominational affiliation; two alumni representatives, two faculty representatives, and two student representatives. The trustees employ the faculty and administration, set institutional policies, and oversee the management of the physical and financial resources of the Center.
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