The Chapel Program provides opportunities to praise and worship God, to grow spiritually, and to learn together about the ministries of preaching and worship. Our Community Worship and Communal Prayer services are times where faculty, students, staff, and family members are together affirming that we are an authentic and prophetic community of faith.
Tércio Junker | Dean of the Chapel
Tercio.Junker@garrett.edu | 847.866.3969
The purpose of the Communications department is to increase awareness of and commitment to the seminary from prospective and current students, alums, trustees, friends, foundations, corporations, and churches. Specifically, we seek to attract quality students; increase the pool of donors and generate more gifts; and establish greater bonds with the Church, the academy, and both our local and global community.
Shane Nichols | Director of Communications
Shane.Nichols@garrett.edu | 847.866.3866
The Human Resources Department manages and administers all aspects revolving around human resources and payroll matters. The department works closely with the leadership team and all departments throughout the seminary on strategic planning that will sustain the seminary in the long term while ensuring these decisions are in alignment with our core mission.
Jean Crawford | Human Resources Specialist
Jean.Crawford@garrett.edu | 847.866.3918
Established in 1981 when the collections of both Garrett-Evangelical and Seabury-Western Theological Seminaries merged, the United Library’s primary mission is “to support teaching and learning as well as research and scholarship by providing students, faculty, staff, and alums with a wide range of library resources in a variety of formats; enhancing information literacy skills; and offering hospitable space and public services.” With the collection of 400,000 print volumes, 500 periodical subscriptions, and audio-visual media, the United is considered as one of the top theological research libraries in the United States.
Jaeyeon Lucy Chung | United Library Director
Jaeyeon.Chung@garrett.edu | 847-866-3877