The Interdenominational Theological Center
(ITC) is a consortium of denominational seminaries
located in Atlanta, Georgia
. Today ITC educates and nurtures women and men who commit to and practice a liberating and transforming spirituality; academic discipline; religious, gender, and cultural diversity; and justice and peace.
ITC was founded in 1958
through the mutual efforts of four denominations, representing four seminaries, whose mission was to educate Christian
leaders for ministry and service in the Church and the global community.
Academics and demographics
Seminaries and programs
Currently, ITC is home to six seminaries:
There is also the Harry V. Richardson Fellowship for those students outside of these six seminaries and for non-denominational students and the Lutheran Theological Center
ITC is accreditted by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
(SACS) and the Association of Theological Schools
in the U.S. and Canada (ATS).
The ITC offers Master of Divinty (M.Div)
, Master of Arts
in Christian Education (M.A.C.E.), Master of Arts in Church Music (M.A.C.M.), Doctor of Ministry (D. Min.)
, and Doctor of Theology (Th. D.)
This is a list of notable alumni which includes graduates, non-graduate former students, and current students of the Gammon Theological Seminary, the Morehouse School of Religion, the Turner Theological Seminary, the Phillips School of Theology, the Johnson C. Smith Theological Seminary , the Charles H. Mason Theological Seminary, the Harry V. Richardson Fellowship, and/or the Interdenominational Theological Center.
See also Interdenominational Theological Center alumni.