Saint Herman Seminary to offer courses to the general public
Distance Learning at St. Herman Seminary Opens Doors

August 31, 2020 - For Immediate Release

The campus at St. Herman of Alaska Seminary in Kodiak, AK. will be closed this fall semester because of COVID19.  Remote learning will be offered instead.

His Eminence Archbishop David sees this an opportunity to offer seminary-style learning to those contemplating enrolling in seminary and has secured an endorsement from The Board of Trustees to teach two courses open to the public. The courses are, Introduction to Doctrine and Canon Law (CANON 302) and Comparative Religion (COMP 302).

Non-seminary students can audit these courses or take them for credit. Those seeking credit must meet all course requirements.  Auditors attend classes but are not invited to participate in class discussions.

CANON 302 will be held on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 to 9:00 PM beginning on September 8.  COMP 302 will be held on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM, beginning on September 9.

Please email office@sthermanseminary.org with the subject line, “course interest” or call the seminary office at 907-486-3524 if you want to enroll or learn more about the program. You may also contact the Chancellery of the Diocese of Alaska at 907-677-0224.  New applicants will be accepted through Labor Day for both courses.

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