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Blue Bell PA, 19422
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Accreditation & Effectiveness

Accreditation &

Educational Effectiveness



Reformed Episcopal Seminary is an ACCREDITED member of the Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada.

Reformed Episcopal Seminary's educational effectiveness is shown by the fact that in the last five years 63 percent of all Master of Divinity students have successfully completed their program on schedule. In the last five years, 100% of our graduates have been active in Christian ministry and service. 100% of our students are active in Christian ministry and service. 75% of graduates in the last five years have received vocational placements and 25% have received non-vocational placements.

On March 18-21st, 2019, Reformed Episcopal Seminary will be receiving an evaluation committee from the Association of Theological Schools and invites comments in writing to the school concerning the Seminary’s qualifications for accreditation. These comments will be made available to the evaluation committee. If you are an alum and can be available to meet with the evaluation committee that week, please contact the office and let us know your availability.

"We are ambitious to be well-pleasing unto Him." (II Corinthians 5:9)

What Our Alumni Are Saying:

- "The atmosphere was scholarly, the emphasis was Biblicity, and the relationships were family.  I am grateful for my time as a RESeminarian."

- "From the first day stepping on RESeminary's campus, I discerned that the school and its populace was/is different from others I attended.  It has very high Christian Spirituality and ethics; compassion and witness."

-  "The emphasis of RES on equipping students for pastoral ministry and service sets the scenario and its graduates apart."

- I appreciated both the breadth and the depth of the curriculum which grounded me in the historical-theological tradition and allowed me to pursue elective interests.














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