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Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology

Student Bulletin

Dear Students - We miss seeing you all on campus! The following is a compilation of the latest DSPT announcements and some suggested spiritual aids that can help us all make the most of this time of shelter-in-place.  Read GTU announcements here. 

NEW -

ASDSPT Voting is Open - Check your email for a link to vote for the 20/21 ASDSPT for next year. 

Feedback Survey - Check your email for a link to an important survey. We need feedback about your experience with online learning in all Spring 2020 classes and any financial hardship you are experiencing as a direct result of the disruption in on-campus services due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

Commencement 2020 - Unfortunately, we have been forced to cancel the 2020 Commencement ceremony and Baccalaureate Mass. All 2020 graduates are invited to be recognized officially at the 2021 Commencement ceremony. Diplomas will reflect the year of the award as 2020 and will be mailed to the 2020 graduates as soon as possible.

Remote Library Access - GTU librarians are available via chat and email during this time of shelter in place and many publishers are making resources available for free. Read more.

Registration Info

Early Registration is now open on Populi. It will stay open until April 24. Advisor clearance is still required.
Fall 2020 DSPT courses are now online.

Spiritual Support During the Pandemic

Praying the 7 Dolors During the Pandemic - by Sr. Marianne Farina, CSC
Follow DSPT on Facebook and Instagram and Youtube for Fr. Peter's weekly gospel reflections
Fr. Brian Mullady, OP, Daily Scripture Reflections
Fr. Chris Renz, OP on The Joy of Suffering, a reflection on art from Blackfriars Gallery
The Western Dominican Province - Livestream Sunday Masses, novenas, rosary prayers and more
St. Dominic's Church, San Francisco, Youtube page

Related Links

Highlights


Enjoy Fr. Peter’s Tuesday Mass Reflections¬†

We miss Tuesday Mass and lunch with you all. Please enjoy these weekly reflections during this time we can’t be together.¬†

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