Reconstructionist Rabbinical College Acceptance rate and Admissions statistics
|Enrolled total (including graduate students)||40||16||24|
Enrollment by race or ethnicity
Application fee for graduates - $50.
Reconstructionist Rabbinical College Tuition
Reconstructionist Rabbinical College does not provide on-campus housing.
|Tuition for Full-time graduates||$23,000||$23,000|
|Fees for full-time graduates||$36||$36|
|Per credit hour charge for part-time graduates||$1,250||$1,250|
Programs and Degrees
|Theology and Religious Vocations||14||14|
|Philosophy and Religious Studies|
At the master's level 14 degrees were conferred in the graduate programs.
|Mission Statement||STRATEGIC PLAN: GOALS 2017 Credit Bearing and Professional Development Programs Goals: • Refine curriculum to best meet the educational objectives. • Make RRC's rabbinic program appealing to and feasible for a wider range of students. • Continue to develop offerings for Jewish professionals, lay leaders and allied professionals who have continuing education requirements. Programs and Resources for the Reconstructionist Movement Goals: • Help Reconstructionist leaders and members feel connected to each other and to the movement. • Help Reconstructionist congregations and havurot flourish. • Collaborate with Reconstructionist leaders and members to build and express Reconstructionist ideas, values and processes. • Lay the foundation for increased revenue to RRC/JRC through dues and contributions. Innovation and Impact Goals: • Spur and support innovation in the Reconstructionist community • Learn from and with Reconstructionist innovators. • Amplify the impact of Reconstructionist innovations. Reconstructionist Visibility and Constituency Building Goals: • Support key institutional goals and priorities (e.g., enrollment in rabbinic program, fundraising, dues and contributions from affiliates) • Reach and inspire target audiences to: o Connect with RRC/JRC. o Take action with and in support of RRC/JRC. • Increase the visibility and impact of RRC/JRC and key movement leaders in the North American and global Jewish communities. Institutional Health and Excellence Goals: • Follow maximally effective and transparent systems and procedures. • Secure the institution's financial base. Camp JRF Goals: • Increase enrollment in Camp JRF for summer 2017 by approximately 5%. • Explore new program opportunities.|
|Total FTE staff||39|
|Public Service FTE||1|
|Sector of institution||Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above|
|Control of institution||Private not-for-profit|
|Carnegie Classification||Special Focus Four-Year: Faith-Related Institutions|
Location and Contacts
|Address||1299 Church Rd|
Wyncote, Pennsylvania, 19095-1898
|Urbanization level||Suburb: Large|