The Rev. Dr. Margot Perez-Greene, Ph.D. 
Associate Dean of Enrollment Management

Dear Perkins Friends,

I’m happy and proud to introduce to you the incoming Spring 2020 class (pictured above)! These 11 students in Dallas and 14 students in Houston are part of Perkins’ story of continued growth and diversity.

The Houston-Galveston Hybrid Extension program continues to grow, and we’re counting on you to help in promoting this incredibly accessible program to your churches and mentees. The most prominent feature of these two profiles is the increase in students of color, and we are grateful. Sixty-four percent of our new students represent African, African American, Latino/a and two or more races. 

DALLAS PROFILE—11 new students

Two international students have enrolled in the Master of Theological Studies program at the Dallas campus location and are from Kenya. We are grateful to our current Kenyan students who inspire and invite their friends to consider Perkins for theological study and to all of you involved in Kenya missions.

 

HOUSTON-GALVESTON PROFILE—14 new students


*MDIV=Master of Divinity; MAM=Master of Arts in Ministry; MTS=Master of Theological Studies

Enrollment Comparison 


Please keep all Perkins recruitment and admission efforts in prayer. Be assured that our team will remain faithful in its work to seek and invite prospective students to join the Perkins community, where a diversity of theological perspectives and cultures respectfully interact.

In the peace of Christ,

The Rev. Margot Perez-Greene, Ph.D.
Associate Dean of Enrollment Management