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Auditor Recognition in Orthodox and Eastern Christian Studies

Adult learners seeking a mature and rich knowledge of Orthodox tradition may enrol as non-credit auditors in any of the individual courses in Orthodox and Eastern Christian Studies. Most classes are taught in the evening, for benefit of students with jobs.

We welcome all Orthodox Christians, as well as western Christians who are interested in the history, faith and life of the early church and the Christian East.

The requirement for non-credit students is only regular attendance, class participation and doing the readings; no essays or exams are required.

Auditing individual courses does not require a formal application to Toronto School of Theology. You simply need to fill in an audit form and pay the auditor’s fee ($250) for each course. (This is the cheapest option, but it does not earn you a credit. You cannot take a course as an auditor and then decide to convert it to a credit.)

Successfully auditing 7 or more courses will lead to a Statement of Recognition for Orthodox and Eastern Christian Studies from Trinity College attesting to the achievement.

We welcome all Orthodox Christians, as well as western Christians who are interested in the history, faith and life of the early church and the Christian East.

Questions? Contact the faculty advisor for Orthodox and Eastern Christian Studies: Fr. Geoffrey Ready at geoffrey.ready@utoronto.ca.

If you have any questions about the program, taking course for credit or by audit, please contact:

Faculty of Divinity
divinity@trinity.utoronto.ca
416 978-2133

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