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On October 4, the Association of Theological Schools (ATS) presented a webinar titled “GSQ Webinar: Highlights from the Total School Profile.”



This free webinar was led by Jo Ann Deasy, director of Institutional Initiatives and Student Research at ATS. Deasy presented findings from the 2015-16 Graduating Student Questionnaire Total School Profile. This data revealed current trends in theological education across all denominations and institutional structures, breaking down student perceptions by degree type and student demographics.

The data may be helpful to anyone who wants more information about the current state of theological education, particularly as it relates to the perceptions and realities of recent graduates.

This webinar is available for free on the ATS website. Download the webinar here.

You can also access the Graduating Student Questionnaire Total School Profile data for 2015-2016 and previous years on the ATS website.

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