CST students, faculty, and staff always access digital materials through the Digital Theological Library (thedtl.org) using their CST ID numbers. Non-CST users can access the Open Access Digital Theological Library (oadtl.org).
The Director of Library Services is Dr. Maggie Froelich. For all library-related questions, and for information about PhD exams, she can be reached at email@example.com.
The Claremont School of Theology Center for Global Methodism was launched in cooperation with the California-Pacific Annual Conference to help make the School a leading presence in research, teaching, and the formation of leaders in Methodist traditions from around the globe. Led by Rev. Dr. Karen Dalton, Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Ministry Studies, and Rev. Dr. Jack Jackson, E. Stanley Jones Associate Professor of Evangelism and Mission, the Center’s emphasis at present is on providing education and formation opportunities for Methodist students. Regular programs are offered including educational forums and information sessions related to candidacy for ministry. Resources for spiritual support and vocational discernment are being developed and made available. In these ways the Center offers a home and formative influences for students from across the range of Methodist and Wesleyan traditions, including but not limited to candidates for ordination in the United Methodist Church and Korean Methodist Church. As our school welcomes increased diversity from within and beyond the Christian traditions, students need a context for learning about and being strengthened in their particular traditions.
The Center for Global Peacebuilding was founded in 2011 by Professor Najeeba Syeed-Miller, who also serves as its Director. The Center’s mission is to promote peacebuilding practices and research with a global perspective.
Its scope ranges from local and national to international activities that use multifaceted approaches, including social media, conferences, fellowships, workshops, and interventions. The Center works with a variety of communities, individuals, groups, and governmental, academic, secular, and religious organizations and leaders.
The central working principle of the Center is that those closest to the conflict are the experts, and it partners with on-the-ground actors to build the capacity for peace.
The Center for Pacific and Asian-American Ministries is related to the Division of Ordained Ministry of the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry of the United Methodist Church.
It was created to provide ministerial education and other services across the denomination to strengthen and enhance ministry, both lay and clergy, for Pacific and Asian American constituencies. The Center is located on the campus of Claremont School of Theology for strategic and administrative purposes.
The Center for Process Studies is a faculty center of Claremont School of Theology, and affiliated with Claremont Graduate University. CPS seeks to promote the common good by means of the relational approach found in process thought.
The Center for Sexuality, Gender and Religion exists within Claremont School of Theology and is located in the Mudd Theatre. The goal of the Center is to foster intellectual inquiry and open dialogue within the Church and other interested religious communities on the complex issue of human sexuality.
The Clinebell Institute provides high quality, low cost professional pastoral care, counseling, and psychotherapy to persons in the greater Pomona Valley area. The Institute educates clergy and other professionals to integrate spirituality and psychotherapy.
The Institute also provides educational and enrichment programs to the general public. The Institute is a marriage education center which regularly offers relationship education for singles, couples, and families.
It is an organization dedicated to the adventure of bringing process-relational thought to people of faith. Process and Faith seeks practical applications of process thought to all aspects of faith life.
The Center for Spirituality and Sustainability (CSS) at Claremont School of Theology is dedicated to exploring rich and vital overlaps between environmental activism and spiritual motivations.