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Due to our purpose and content, we are strict and specific in faculty qualifications.

  • All faculty must be members in good standing with an Orthodox Christian Church that is in communion with the Antiochian Archdiocese of North America ( We do not put this requirement on students.

  • If there is a desire to teach an Orthodox studies class, then the applicant must be clergy or have a post-secondary certificate/degree higher in Orthodox Theological Studies. Examples include an Orthodox seminary, St. Stephen's Certificate Program, etc. At the discretion of the dean and on a case-by-case basis, monastics may be exempt from this requirement.

  • If a layperson or minor clergy, letter of recommendation from the parish priest AND father confessor (if not the same person).

  • If a deacon, a letter of recommendation from the parish priest may be required.

  • If an Antiochian priest, a private interview with the dean may be required.

  • If clergy is from another jurisdiction, the dean may require a letter of recommendation from the applicant's respective hierarchy or pertinent ecclesiastical authority.


All job openings are contract-based, remote (work from home), and listed in alphabetical order.

Professor: Now hiring professors to teach electives in all subjects. To apply, please send an email to with the following information:

  • Name

  • Phone

  • Curricula vitae/resume

  • Which subjects do you want to teach (in order)

  • Your qualification to teach the subject (if not clear on CV)

  • Why you are interested in this position

  • Your jurisdiction 

  • A letter of recommendation is not required until a job offer is extended.

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