May 2022 News Perspective Online

Upcoming Virtual Recruitment Opportunities

By Rev. Margot Perez-Greene, Ph.D.

We continue to review applications for both the Dallas and Houston-Galveston Hybrid degree programs.  Scholarship dollars are still available! We also offer flexibility. For those students who are not yet ready to apply to a degree program, there are options to choose a non-degree or an exploratory option.

Please share this information with prospective students in your churches and places of work.  Provide them with a copy of the virtual events planned for this summer, listed below. Our contact information is located at the bottom of this page. A member of the team will be happy to assist with information about all programs and the application process.

Grace and peace to you all,


Thursday, June 2, Noon, CONNECT
Perkins Hybrid Program Accepting Applications-Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Ministry-from Your Own Home!

The Houston-Galveston Hybrid Extension is one of Perkins’ most popular offerings! Students from all over the country choose the hybrid format since it requires no relocation, you can continue working in your current employment and there is no need to leave your family. Bar none, it is the most well-developed community-building hybrid program in the nation. Join us to learn more!

Wednesday, June 22, Noon, CONNECT
Have Questions About Perkins? Get Your Questions Answered!

Any lingering questions about Perkins? We’re here to answer and clarify any question you may have. We hope to put your mind at ease and clear any last-minute inquiry. We’re bringing along a current student so that you can hear first-hand about the Perkins brand and experience! Come and let us get to know you and you us. Hope to see you there!

Tuesday, July 19, Noon, Dean’s Vision for Perkins School of Theology
What is the Role of Perkins in These Times of Transition?

Times are tough for organized religion. The polarization of mainline denominations only compounds the challenge. Join Dean Hill as he expresses the role of Perkins in these changing times for theological education and engage with him for a time of Q&A. “When prospective students come to Perkins for a visit and I have a chance to explain [the Perkins community], I can see the weight falling from their shoulders because I’m not requiring them to sequester in some worldview silo where they must remain until they graduate.” -Dean Craig Hill

To register for these events, click here.