Ignatian Living Endowment Fund

For Lay Master of Divinity Students

Lay students accepted into the Master of Divinity at Regis College may apply to the Ignatian Living Endowment Fund for tuition support.

The Master of Divinity program (MDiv) at Regis College educates students to serve the church, society, and the academy as scholars and pastoral ministers. As a Jesuit school of theology, the College serves students as they grow in their capacity to promote faith and justice; to be persons of intellect and compassion, who are animated by humility and gratitude. For more information about the MDiv, click here.

Training Lay Leaders to Serve the Church and the World

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  • Full tuition support is available for full-time studies (value up to $7,200 per year) for up to three years with satisfactory progress toward the degree.
  • Students pursuing part-time studies may apply for limited, partial tuition support.
  • Students remain responsible for extended health and other non-tuition fees.
  • Applicants are normally Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, or Conventional Refugees.
  • Successful applicants agree to contribute three hours of service per week at the college, a church, or a service agency during the academic term.
  • Students from Indigenous and diverse cultural backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
To apply, please complete an MDiv application and Ignatian Living Endowment Fund application.
Ignatian Living Endowment Fund
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Creating Life-Long Networks for Faith, Justice, and Reconciliation

Building on an initial $500,000 gift, Regis College invites graduates and friends to support the college’s educational mission by contributing modest annual gifts assigned to the Ignatian Living Endowment Fund and acting as ambassadors recommending theological education to appropriate prospective students.