Notice of Comprehensive Evaluation

Nashotah House is receiving an evaluation committee from the Association of Theological Schools, October 28, 2019 – October 31, 2019, and invites comments in writing to the school or the ATS Commissioners concerning the institution’s qualifications for re-affirmation of accreditation. 

Nashotah House
2777 Mission Road
Nashotah, Wisconsin  53058

The Association of Theological Schools
Commission on Accrediting
10 Summit Park Drive
Pittsburg, PA 15275-1110

Accreditation

Nashotah House Theological Seminary is accredited by the Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools. The following degree programs are approved.

Contact information for the Commission:

The Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools
10 Summit Park Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15275
Phone: 412-788-650
Fax: 412-788-6510
Website: www.ats.edu

Statement of Educational Effectiveness

Nashotah House is committed to providing integrated student experiences based upon classical principles of academic and spiritual formation. Our curriculum is based upon the overall goal of developing in students “faithful character,” “faithful intellect,” and “faithful practice.” Using data that is gathered and analyzed annually related to student learning and program effectiveness, our goal-driven assessment process enables the seminary to continually improve in its ability to offer interrelated educational activities.

Student achievement is assessed in relation to the overall goal and program-specific outcomes for basic ministerial leadership, general theological study and advanced ministerial leadership. The quality of instruction and student satisfaction is assessed through course evaluation and an artifact-evidenced direct measure of program goals. Additionally, the seminary reviews ATS student survey (Entering Student Questionnaire and Graduating Student Questionnaire) results, campus survey results and engages students in focus group activity. Annual program assessment data and survey results are used to improve instruction, make adjustments to learning activities and enhance educational effectiveness.

In the 2015-16—2018-19 Graduate Student Questionnaire (GSQ), students describe their overall experience at Nashotah House.

Student’s Overall Experience During Theological Program

2015-2016    

  • I have been satisfied with my experience here.
  • I have grown spiritually.
  • My faith is stronger than when I came.
  • If I had to do it over, I would still come here.

2016-2017    

  • I came to know students from other racial, ethnic and cultural groups. 
  • I have grown spiritually.
  • Seminary was a good experience for my spouse/family.
  • My faith is stronger than when I came.

2017-2018    

  • I have grown spiritually.
  • I have been able to integrate the theology and practice of ministry.
  • I know at least one faculty member well.
  • I have been satisfied with my academic experience here.

2018-2019

  • I have grown spiritually. 
  • My faith is stronger than when I came.
  • I know at least one faculty member well. 
  • If I had to do it over, I would still come here.
Program Completers 2018 2019
MDiv, MM and MPM
MDiv time to completion rate
DMin
Anglican Certificate
13
100%
2
1
12
100%
0
2

 

 

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