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HISTORICALLY independent, quintessentially NEW YORK. Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York was founded as a Presbyterian seminary in 1836 and established in lower Manhattan. In 1892, the Seminary became non-denominational, and continues as the oldest independent, non-denominational seminary in the U.S. In 1910, Union took occupancy of the newly constructed buildings where the Seminary still stands in Morningside Heights, between Broadway and Claremont Avenues, and 120th and 122nd Streets, along with McGiffert Hall, the adjacent residence building.

Demographic Information 2011–2012 academic year Total Candidates for All Degrees 253 Master of Divinity (incl. M.Div. and M.S.S.W.) 157 Master of Arts 40 Master of Sacred Theology 8 Doctor of Philosophy 48 Non-degree 12 Enrolled from other schools 23 Auditor and Visiting Scholars 19 Total number of registered 301

Population International* 11 African American 55 Asian American 10 Caucasian 161 Latino/a 19 Native American 1 Multiracial 9 Unknown 1 *Including Canada, Germany, India, Japan, Philippines, South Korea, United Kingdom, and Uruguay. continued on reverse

UNION THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK

Degrees


Age 40–49 39 50–64 29 65+ 2

Gender Male 118 Female 147

Religious Affiliation 41 Different Denominations/Religious Affiliations African Methodist Episcopal 6 Apostolic 2 Assembly of God 2 Baptist 22 Buddhist 1 Christian Science 1 Church of Christ, Christian 2 Church of God 1 Church of Nazarene 2 Disciples of Christ 5 Episcopal/Anglican 24 Four–Square 1 Friends (Quakers) 4 Jewish 3 Lutheran 12 Mennonite 2 Methodist 17 Metropolitan Community Church 2 Non-denominational 22 Orthodox (Coptic, Eastern, Greek, Russian) 6 Other 11 Pentecostal 2 Presbyterian 25 Reformed Church in America/Reformed 5 Roman Catholic 21 Unitarian Universalist 18 United Church of Christ 18 Undeclared or Unaffiliated 28

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20–24 37 25–29 80 30–34 46 35–39 32

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Union Theological Seminary Demographic Information

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