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Winebrenner Theological Seminary is now an institutional participant in NC-SARA (State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements)! We are listed on the www.nc-sara.org website.

The National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA) is the national initiative to provide more access to online courses while maintaining compliance standards with state regulatory agencies. SARA allows Winebrenner to provide online courses outside of our own state borders by seeking and maintaining state approvals via a streamlined process. NC-SARA is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of post-secondary distance education.

This means that Winebrenner can offer its online courses to students in any of the participating states (California and Massachusetts are non-participants). While Winebrenner does not currently offer fully online programs we do offer online courses on a regular basis.

If you are interested in our online offerings please contact the admissions office (admissions@winebrenner.edu or 419-434-4220) or if you are a current student, the Student Success and Records Coordinator (kinney@winebrenner.edu or 419-434-4241).

Important Note for Students: If you are considering an online academic program that leads to a professional license, it is highly recommended you contact the appropriate licensing agency where you plan to receive instruction before beginning your academic program. NC-SARA does not provide reciprocity for state professional licensing requirements. Academic programs and individual graduates must meet standards set by that state’s licensure requirements in order for a graduate to be eligible for a license. Students may transfer online credits into a program according to their institutions guidelines.

On Sunday, August 5, 2018 Winebrenner Theological Seminary will host it’s first-ever

Called Up!

with The Toledo Mud Hens at Fifth Third Field in downtown Toledo.

Click here to purchase tickets or sponsor Called Up!

Proceeds of the event will provide scholarships to Winebrenner students.

For more information regarding Called Up! (brochure) call 419-434-4207 or email development@winebrenner.edu .

Toledo Mud Hens vs. Indianapolis Indians

Event Begins: 5:00 pm

Game Time: 6:05 pm

Thank you to our Sponsors!

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Clinical Counseling Program Receives CACREP Approval!

Winebrenner Theological Seminary recently received 2-year accreditation status from CACREP (The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs). Congratulations to the faculty of the Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling Program. This accreditation status recognizes the educational quality of the program and allows graduates to apply for licensure in the State of Ohio. Please find information at this link: CACREP.org.

Fall semester 2018 registration begins July 15th for new students. If you are a prospective student considering the Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling (MACC), now is the time to speak to Admissions about our Fall Cohort. Simply contact Jim Smarkel at 419-434-4220 or email admissions@winebrenner.edu to learn more about how the MACC will assist you in your equipping and training to change lives in your community.

If you are ready to take the first step to join the 2018 Cohort, click here to apply!

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