Student Not in Degree Programs

Priests who are active in pastoral ministry may register with the audit fee for one course per semester, provided that permission has been obtained from the Dean of Faculty. Arrangements may be made through the Dean of Faculty.

Religious who are involved in the apostolate of their religious institute in the Boston area, may audit one course a semester, provided that permission has been obtained from the Dean of Faculty. It is necessary that the applicant have an appropriate background in college Philosophy and Theology.

Lay students may register to audit courses in the Theological Institute degree programs.

B. Special Students

1. Priests — Any priest who, with a letter of introduction from his bishop or religious superior, requests registration in one or more courses for credit in service to his own continuing education may enroll as a Special Student with the approval of the Dean of Faculty.

2. Seminarians — Any seminarian for whom his bishop or religious superior requests registration, not in any program leading to a degree, but in courses for credit required by his bishop or religious superior in order that he may qualify more readily for ordination to priesthood may enroll as a Special Student with the approval of the Dean of Faculty.

3. Lay Students — Lay students may enroll as non-degree credit students in the Theological Institute degree programs. These credits may be transferred to other institutions by requesting an official transcript. Students intent on matriculating into a degree program at the Theological Institute should note that only a maximum of twelve credits earned as a non-degree student will be accepted toward their degree program.