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Our History

 

The Leader in Graduate Interfaith Education

  • 1833

  • 1865

    The Theological Institute of Connecticut moves to Hartford and 20 years later is renamed the Hartford Theological Seminary.

  • 1885

  • 1889

    The Seminary’s Board of Trustees votes unanimously to admit female students, and in so doing, becomes the first seminary in America to open its doors to women.

  • 1902

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  • 1910

    The World Missionary Conference at Edinburgh calls for specialized preparation of missionaries.

  • 1911

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  • 1913

  • 1961

    The separate facilities legally merged into the Hartford Seminary Foundation.

     

  • 1972

  • 1981

    An award-winning modern building of international renown designed by Richard Meier opens. The institution’s name is changed to Hartford Seminary.

  • 1985

    The Hartford Institute for Religion Research opens its doors to study congregational vitality and trends in American religion.

  • 1990


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  • 2001

    The Islamic Chaplaincy Program begins, offering a 72-credit program that trains chaplains for the military, hospitals,
    colleges and universities, and other multifaith settings.

  • 2004

    The International Peacemaking Program accepts its first students for a year-long fully funded fellowship focusing on interfaith dialogue and peacemaking skills.

  • 2015

    The Imam Ali Chair for Shi’i Studies and Dialogue among Islamic Legal Schools is the first academic chair dedicated to Shi’i Studies in North America.

  • 2017

    The Ph.D. program in Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim Relations welcomes its first students.

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