Richmont is pleased to announce the approval of our latest program: The Graduate Certificate in Racial Trauma, Intervention and Justice. This is Richmont’s first program to result from a collaboration between faculty in the School of Counseling and the School of Ministry, empowering students to meet the challenge of racial justice as practitioner-scholars at the nexus of history, counseling psychology and theology.
“Richmont has been doing work in this important space for years,” explains Acting Provost, Joshua Rice. “This innovative certificate program not only codifies the stated value of diversity within our Strategic Plan but positions us as Gospel-centered thought leaders in the field.”
Dr. Sonja Sutherland, Chief Diversity Consultant to the President comments, “Richmont will equip its students and community to make credible and action-oriented contributions in working with everyday people struggling beneath the weight of racial trauma and social injustice.”
Proudly, Richmont Graduate University presents the Dare to Hope Scholarship scholarship. The Dare to Hope Scholarship assists the recipient student with first-year tuition in the Certificate in Racial Trauma, Intervention and Justice program. The recipient(s) will demonstrate a commitment to the cause of racial equity and justice from the standpoint of Christian theology and ministry.
Dare To Hope Scholarship deadline extended to May 15th. Apply Today!