McCormick mourns the passing of Rev. Eunice Poethig who returned to God on May 25, 2018. She graduated in the class of 1975 and is survived by her husband, Rev. Richard “Dick” Poethig, a former faculty member.
Photos from community events and activities
Student Advocacy groups address special needs and concerns of the McCormick community. They offer resources and challenges to the whole Seminary through forums and other events. Often they coordinate their energies among themselves and with the Master's Level Student Council and the other bodies of the Seminary on specific issues.
The Student Council is committed to providing support and basic funding for Student Advocacy Groups. While involvement can vary with student turnover, most Advocacy Groups are active throughout the year. Students who wish to develop an official Student Advocacy Group revolving around a particular issue or concern are welcomed and encouraged to do so. For more information on joining or starting a group, please e-mail the Council at email@example.com.
The Master's Level Student Council of McCormick Welcomes you!
The Student Council at McCormick is a student organization seeking to serve Master's level students and their families of McCormick Theological seminary through representation, communication, advocacy, and nurture. General concerns and questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
What We Do
The purpose of the Student Council is to:
Facilitate timely communication among students, faculty, administration, and the Board of Trustees; foster open communication and mutual respect among various interest groups of the McCormick community; respond to and serve as an advocate for needs and concerns of students; encourage and enable participation of students in the life of the whole community, providing opportunities for nurture, growth, renewal, fellowship, and connectedness among students and their families.
The Student Board of Deacons welcomes you!
The Deacons’ scope of concerns includes the emotional and spiritual well-being of students and their families. They seek to foster fellowship, provide opportunities for community building, and offer recognition, prayer support, and comfort regarding joys and concerns of members of the community. The Deacons fulfill these responsibilities in cooperation with the Resident Assistant and Student Council. Biblical inspiration for having Deacons is rooted in Acts 6:1-7.