Academic Calendar for CPE

 

Full Time Schedule

Summer 2018

  • June 27 - Last Date of Registration for the Summer Unit
  • July 9 – September 30 Summer Unit Start/End Dates
  • July 9 - Registration Opens for the Fall Unit
  • October 1 – October 7 Break

 

Fall 2018

  • September 28 - Last Date of Registration for the Fall Unit
  • October 8 - December 30 Fall Unit Start/End Dates
  • October 8 - Registration Opens for the Winter 2019 Unit
  • December 31  – January 6, 2019 Break

 

 Winter 2019

  • December 26 - Last Day of Registration for the Winter Unit
  • January 7 - March 31 Winter Unit Start/End Dates
  • January 8 - Registration Opens for the Spring Unit
  • April 1 - April 7 Break

 

Spring 2019

  • March 26 - Last Day of Registration for the Spring Unit
  • April 8 - June 30 - Spring Unit Start/End Dates
  • April 9 - Registation Opens for the Summer 2019 Unit
  • July 1 - July 7 - Break.

 

Part-Time Schedule

Winter 2019

  • December 26, 2018 - Last Day of Registration
  • January 7- June 30, 2019 - Winter Part-Time Unit Start/End Dates
  • January 8 - Registration opens for the Summer Unit>
  • July 1- July 7 - Break

Summer 2019

  • June 25 - Last Day of Registration for Semester 2 Unit
  • July 8 - December 22 - Semester 2 Part-Time Unit Start/End Dates
  • October 1 - Registration Opens for Semester 1 2019 Part-Time Unit
  • December 23 - December 30 - Break

 

Admissions

Criteria for admission include the ability to provide spiritual care to others in intensive situations and to remain open to learning through an action-reflection educational model. Students include seminarians, clergy, members of religious orders, and qualified laity.  An applicant is accepted after an assessment of essays, recommendations, and an admissions interview. An application fee and three letters of reference are required.

Tuition

Tuition for a CPE unit is $900.

HealthCare Chaplaincy is a national leader in the research, education and practice of spirit-centered palliative care, which reduces suffering and helps people with life-altering illness to live well and live fully. For 50 years, the Chaplaincy has helped more than five million patients, loved ones and staff—regardless of their religious affiliation—to find meaning and comfort. It collaborates with major medical institutions and other organizations, like the U.S. Navy and the Center to Advance Palliative Care, to foster public awareness and understanding of palliative care.

For more information or to register, please contact ICPT directly: Phone/Fax: (407) 218-6481, E–mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or visit www.ClinicalPastoralEd.org.