How can a school or programme relate to ACTEA?

A theological institution wishing to relate formally to ACTEA applies to be registered as an ACTEA Correspondent. This status gives an institution access to all of ACTEA's general services except accreditation.

Institutions and theological departments of universities which are interested in pursuing accreditation may indicate their desire to have such programmes become ACTEA Affiliate members. An invitation may be extended by ACTEA to institutions which meet certain core academic standards and make a commitment to pursue candidacy for accreditation.

Associations or similar networks of theological institutions may also relate to ACTEA under the Correspondent category. Currently the fee for ACTEA Correspondent status is US$60 for three years.


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