Theology students enrolled in the Master of Divinity (MDIV), Master of Arts in Social Justice and Ethics (MASJE), and Master of Arts in Pastoral and Spiritual Care (MAPSC), will participate in a three phase program designed to promote personal and professional formation:

Phase I:

Psychological instruments are taken to assess fitness, competence, and readiness for ministry. Results are individually reviewed with each student by the Iliff Consultation and Formation Center.

  • Strong Interest Inventory (SII)
  • Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
  • California Psychological Inventory (CPI)

Phase II:

In Phase II, students develop a plan that addresses specific goals related to personal and professional growth. These plans are approved in conversation with the Iliff Consultation and Formation Center and may include resources such as:

  • Counseling
  • Professional Workshops or Retreats
  • Spiritual Formation
  • Personalized Programs for Growth

Phase III:

Students implement and complete the plan they created in Phase II, providing written documentation of their experience.