The Unitarian Universalist Collegium is a membership association of ordained and lay scholars. Collegium offers liberal religious scholars an opportunity to share their research and to develop collegial relationships. By design, it caters to the unique requirements of college students, doctoral and post-doctoral students, professors, scholar-ministers and independent scholars. 

2016 Convocation

Plan now to attend the 2016 Convocation, co-sponsored by Unitarian Universalist Collegium and the Unitarian Universalist History and Heritage Society, a joint conference that happens every three years. The 2016 Convocation will take place from Thursday, October 27 to Sunday, October 30, 2016 at the Airport Hilton in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota.

Community Building

Every year Collegium hosts a conference to encourage in-depth conversations about theological, ethical, and historical topics of interest to Unitarian Universalists and other liberal religionists. Learning and sharing take place in plenary sessions featuring a guest speaker, presentations, Q&A sessions, worship services, communal meals, and social time. These academic and networking components foster community building and knowledge development.

Distinguished Scholar

We are thrilled to announce that Rosemary Bray McNatt, President of the Starr King School for the Ministry, will serve as the Distinguished Scholar for the 2016 Convocation.

UUHHS Speaker

We are honored that Dr. Tisa Wenger, Associate Professor of American Religious History, Divinity School & American Studies at Yale, will be the UU History and Heritage Society special speaker for the 2016 Convo.