General Institutional Information
Student complaints concerning alleged failures by UTS to comply with the requirements of FERPA can be filed with the U.S. Department of Education. The name and address of the Office that administers FERPA are:
Family Policy Compliance Office
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20202.
For the graduate programs please visit our Academic Programs page.
- UTS has an articulation agreement with Medgar Evers College, The City University of New York. The agreement between the Philosophy and Religion department of the Religious Studies program and UTS allows upper division students in the Religious Studies program at Medgar Evers to register for courses at the Seminary to be transferred and applied toward their BA in Religious Studies degree program. Requirements include:
- Medgar Evers students must have a minimum C grade in Religious Studies courses: 2.5 GPA
- Total transfer credits granted toward the BA degree will be based on individual evaluation and review of the student’s transcript.
- Total additional credits required at the senior college to complete the BA degree are also based on total number of credits accepted.
- UTS also maintains a memorandum of understanding with the International Peace Leadership College (IPLC) in Antipolo City, Philippines. The purpose of the agreement is to facilitate graduates of the IPLC who wish to earn a Master of Religious Education, Master of Arts in Religious Studies or a Master of Divinity degree.
Transfer credit will not be accepted for the Doctor of Ministry Program.
For its graduate degree programs the following chart depicts the time to completion for the most recent three academic years:
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Manhattan: 212-563-6647 ext. 105
Barrytown: 845-752-3000 ext. 244
Institutional scholarships are available, please visit the Financial Aid page for more information.
- General information about eligibility for federal financial aid and the application procedure can be found on the Financial Aid page.
- Refund policies and requirements for withdrawal and return of federal financial aid can be found here.
- Initial Loan Counseling for Student Borrowers: http://www.studentloans.gov
- Exit Counseling for Student Borrowers: http://www.studentloans.gov
- UTS has no Preferred Lenders and Preferred Lender Arrangements.
Health & Safety Information
Campus Safety is a 24-hour service on the Barrytown campus. When an emergency safety, security (or after-hours maintenance) problem occurs, students can call Campus Safety at x211. If a stranger is around the building without cause, or if they feel unsafe for any reason, Campus Safety is available.
For more detailed information contact: Dr. Michael Mickler via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional information on Security and Safety policies can be found in the Student Handbook.
- UTS Policy applies to all employees, applicants for employment, interns, whether paid or unpaid, contractors and persons conducting business with UTS.
- Sexual harassment will not be tolerated. Any employee or individual covered by this policy who engages in sexual harassment or retaliation will be subject to remedial and/or disciplinary action, up to and including termination.
- Retaliation Prohibition: No person covered by this Policy shall be subject to adverse employment action including being discharged, disciplined, discriminated against, or otherwise subject to adverse employment action because the employee reports an incident of sexual harassment, provides information, or otherwise assists in any investigation of a sexual harassment complaint. UTS has a zero-tolerance policy for such retaliation against anyone who, in good faith complains or provides information about suspected sexual harassment. Any employee of UTS who retaliates against anyone involved in a sexual harassment investigation will be subjected to disciplinary action, up to and including termination. Any employee, paid or unpaid intern, or non-employee working in the workplace who believes they have been subject to such retaliation should inform a supervisor, manager, or the Vice President. Any employee, paid or unpaid intern or non-employee who believes they have been a victim of such retaliation may also seek compensation in other available forums, as explained below in the section on Legal Protections.
- Sexual harassment is offensive, is a violation of our policies, is unlawful, and subjects UTS to liability for harm to victims of sexual harassment. Harassers may also beindividually subject to liability. Employees of every level who engage in sexual harassment, including managers and supervisors who engage in sexual harassment or who knowingly allow such behavior to continue, will be penalized for such misconduct.
- UTS will conduct a prompt, thorough and confidential investigation that ensures due process for all parties, whenever management receives a complaint about sexual harassment, or otherwise knows of possible sexual harassment occurring. Effective corrective action will be taken whenever sexual harassment is found to have occurred. All employees, including managers and supervisors, are required to cooperate with any internal investigation of sexual harassment.
- All employees are encouraged to report any harassment or behaviors that violate this policy. UTS will provide all employees a complaint form for employees to report harassment and file complaints.
- Managers and supervisors are required to report any complaint that they receive, or any harassment that they observe to the Vice President.
- This policy applies to all employees, paid or unpaid interns, and non-employees and all must follow and uphold this policy. This policy must be posted prominently in all work locations and be provided to employees upon hiring,