Depending upon gifts received by JST and designated for the Renewal Program, the program director can occasionally offer limited scholarship support to the neediest applicants accepted into the program. For additional information, contact the Director, Bruce Lescher, at firstname.lastname@example.org, after your acceptance into the program.
Most Renewal Program participants live in apartment-style units in JST's Corcoran House consisting of one or two single-occupancy bedrooms, a living room, dining area and full kitchen. There are two computers with internet access in the lounge, and the entire building has wireless internet connectivity as well.
There are several options for grocery shopping around the school. If you don't have a car, JST provides transportation for shopping, doctor appointments, and other trips. To explore shopping options, click here.
Most participants prepare their own meals, and they also frequently take turns cooking with other members of the program. If you prefer a quality cafeteria option, try the Consortial Dining Plan of the Graduate Theological Union. A healthy, delicious meal is available six days a week, with “all you can eat” entrees, just two blocks from the JST apartments on the campus of the Pacific School of Religion. You can sample the fresh fruit, salads and breads, made to order breakfasts, homemade soups, vegetarian options, and freshly baked desserts at a reasonable cost. Accommodations can be made for particular dietary needs and restrictions. For more information, visit www.psr.edu/dining.
- August 13- JST Housing Available
- August 20-23- Opening Retreat
- August 27-31- JST and GTU Orientation and Academic Registration
- September 4- Fall Semester 2018 Begins
- October 22-26- Reading Week, no classes
- November 22-23- Thanksgiving Break, no classes
- December 14- Fall Semester 2018 ends