This Handbook is designed to give you information about Iliff, degree requirements, institutional procedures and practices, personal and professional formation, financial aid information, student services and facilities, and the city of Denver. Please inform the Office of Student Services if there are additional areas of information that could be included in a future edition or changes that need to be made. We want to provide useful information to each student for orienting him/herself to the Iliff community and to the larger Denver environs. Students should note carefully the content of the current Handbook and other authorized School documents to determine the terms under which they are admitted to and may continue at Iliff.
The Master’s Student Handbook and Handbook Updates are official documents, supplementing and superseding the Catalog and other previously published statements of regulations and requirements. The Handbook is revised annually and updates are issued as needed to incorporate current information and the most recent decisions of the faculty, staff, board and administration. The information in the Handbook and Handbook Updates is not to be regarded as creating a binding contract between the student and the School.
Highlighting Accessibility/ ADA
The Iliff School of Theology is committed to inclusion and access. We are committed to providing educational opportunities and access to persons with disabilities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504), and applicable local, state and federal antidiscrimination laws. Disability Support Services at the Iliff School of Theology contributes to a positive learning environment for students. Through an interactive process, we facilitate access to education so that students with disabilities can freely and actively participate in their graduate education. We offer a wide range of services for those who have disabilities and/or need accommodations in order to achieve academic goals. Once admitted to Iliff, students needing accommodations should first contact their advisor to begin the process of registration of disability services. Current and prospective students with questions about such accommodations should contact:
Rev. Vince Tango
Disability Services Officer
Associate Dean of Admissions and Student Services