Student Denominational Affiliation 

  • At least 28 Denominations

Gender and Ethnic/Racial Diversity (Enrolled Students 2002-2015)

  • 109 Female (63.74%): 62 Male (36.26%)
  • 146 Caucasian (85.38%), 5 African-American (2.92%), 1 Native American (.58%), 12 Latino (7.02%), 1 Asian (.58%), 1 Jamaican (.58%), 1 Kenyan (.58%), 4 International students (2.34%)
  • 14.04% of enrolled students have been “people of color”

Incoming Students for 2013 through 2016:

  • 17 Male (38.64%), 27 Female (61.14%)
  • 30 Part-time (68.18%), 14 Full-time (31.82%)
  • Age Breakdown
    • 12 (ages 22-29) (27.27%)
    • 12 (ages 30-39) (27.27%)
    • 16 (ages 40-49) (36.36%)
    • 4 (ages 50-59) (9.09%)
  • Ethnic Demographics
    • 4 Afro-American/African (9.09%)
    • 1 Asian (2.27%)
    • 33 Caucasian (75.0%)
    • 4 Latino (9.09%)
    • 2 International (4.55%)
  • 14+ Denominations represented

Faculty (current)

  • 2 Full-time: 1 Female  1 Male
  • 1 Part-time: 1 Female
  • 3 Adjunct: 2 Female  1 Male
  • 5 Caucasian  1 Mixed

Supervisors (current)

  • 8: 3 Female;  5 Male
  • 7 Caucasian;  1 Mixed

Information is based on content related to COAMTE Standards 12

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Of surveyed alumni:

  • approximately 90% currently employed in an MFT related job
  • the pass rate for graduates who have taken the licensure exam is 94%, which is excellent!
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