Learn more about the School of Theology move: sewanee.edu/stronger-truer/news/stories/sot-move-story.php
In June 2015, the Board of Regents of the University of the South approved the plan to move the School of Theology back to central campus. This move is hailed for not only locating the School closer to much-needed resources, but also bringing a major part of the University’s Episcopal tradition back to the heart of the institution.
The conceptual drawings by the architectural firm, Wier Boerner Allin Architecture, have captured the essence of the School’s needs and the spirit of the School's mission, all the while conforming to the design and integrity of the University's campus. The abundance of glass in the front of the building invites visitors from campus and beyond to enter the School. The design allows for expanded communal spaces where students and faculty may interact and for the community to form. All in all, the facilities encompass the most current technological and academic environment possible.