FULLER GRADUATE SCHOOLS
Fuller Theological Seminary has grown into a multi-dimensional institution of higher education since its founding in 1947. It is currently composed of three graduate schools – the founding School of Theology, the School of Psychology and the School of Intercultural Studies, as well as several research institutes and educational centers, including the Horner Center for Lifelong Learning. As such, Fuller has become a graduate university. To acknowledge this expansion of our educational purpose beyond theological studies, Fuller Theological Seminary has officially registered the alternative name ‘Fuller Graduate Schools’ to reflect this purpose and diplomas and transcripts may bear either name. For specific questions, please contact Stephen Rometti, Registrar.