Jackson Kemper, the first missionary bishop of the Episcopal Church, initiated Nashotah House Theological Seminary in 1842 (chartered in 1847). Founding President James Lloyd Breck established a quasi-monastic educational community on the shore of Upper Nashotah Lake. A Benedictine lifestyle in the Anglican Tradition is still lived amidst stone buildings in a wooded sanctuary. For over 170 years its purpose has been summed up in the unofficial title, “the Mission.” Nashotah House’s strong Anglo-Catholic heritage, married to a high view of the scriptures and a missionary ethos, provides a clear context for a community of faith and graduate learning.
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Student/faculty ratio: 8:1
Bachelor’s degree, academic writing sample
degrees and programs
Anglican Studies Certificate
Percentage of freshmen receiving financial aid: Residential program: 100%
Percentage of all full-time students receiving financial aid: Residential program: 100%
For institution-specific scholarships, contact: Director of Admissions and Financial Aid Loan Officer at 262.646.6547
Fr. Steven Peay, Ph.D.