All applicants to degree and certificate programs at CTU are to demonstrate English language proficiency.
The English Language proficiency requirement can be met by:
- undergraduate or graduate studies from an institution in which English was the instructional language.
An applicant seeking admission to CTU who does not have a bachelor's degree, but who has extensive pastoral leadership experience and has taken several training programs and/or courses at the college level over a period of several years, may apply for an evaluation of BA equivalency. Accreditation standards limit the percentage of students without an undergraduate degree allowed both in admissions to the degree programs and in registrations in courses. A student successfully assessed for the equivalency would be free of those constraints.
STARTS: Wednesday, September 12, 2012 at 7:00 PM ENDS: Wednesday, September 12, 2012 at 8:15 PM
5416 South Cornell Ave | Chicago IL 60615 (see map)
Please join Catholic Theological Union in a series of lectures as we celebrate and reflect on the 50th anniversary of the convening of the Second Vatican Council by Pope John XXIII in October of 1962. Honoring CTU's own roots in the spirit of renewal and outreach engendered by this Council, we are especially pleased to offer this special opportunity to reflect on the impact and legacy of Vatican II.
This open house will happen online using webinar meeting technology. Registrants will receive a link and instructions a couple days before the event with directions on how to access the virtual open house.
CTU faculty, staff, and students are invited to attend a welcome back event on Tuesday, September 4th from 3:00-7:00pm in the atrium.
Free pizza, beverages, and cookies
Give-aways and raffle prizes
Given the variance and diversity of educational offerings internationally, CTU applicants who completed a bachelor’s degree abroad should submit non-U.S. transcripts to an evaluation service for review. The evaluation review report must indicate what the non-U.S. transcripts are equivalent to/of in the U.S.