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Official Notices on Placement and Copyright

Placement Information

Andover Newton Alumni go around the world and close to home to do wonderful things in ministry and other fields. In a survey of graduating students in 2014, 98% agreed with the statement, “I would recommend others to study at ANTS based on my experience.” Of the Master of Divinity graduates, 87% agreed that “My MDiv program prepared me to lead in a faith community in a time of cultural and institutional change,” and 89% of all graduates indicated that “I am prepared to be a spiritual leader within my intended ministerial context.” Of the 52 students who responded to the survey question about post-graduation plans, approximately 80% indicated that they had already secured positions that reflected their vocational aspirations or were continuing on with additional training (i.e., MSW or PhD programs, and so forth). 

As for the salaries earned by our most recent class of graduates, of those seniors who disclosed what they would be making in FY15, 22% were in the $15,000-$29,999 range, 13% were at $30,000 to $49,999, 39% were between $50,000 and $69,999, and 26% would be making over $70,000.

Copyright Notices

All users of the Andover Newton Theological School website are reminded that any redistribution or copying of copyrighted material requires the written permission of the copyright owner.

The Andover Newton Theological School website includes a variety of materials created by different members of the Andover Newton community and by many others who may or may not be working under direct contract with Andover Newton. Copyright in many of these images, texts, and videos may be claimed by other individuals, companies, and institutions, apart from or in conjunction with any rights claimed by Andover Newton. Although these works may be freely accessible on the World Wide Web and may not include any explicit statement about copyright claim, the U.S. Copyright Act nevertheless provides that many such works are fully protected by copyright. Users should therefore assume that works are protected by copyright until they learn otherwise.

Andover Newton Theological School would like users to make productive use of materials found on this site, particularly if the uses are for nonprofit educational purposes. In the digital world, however, copyright is complex and often confusing. In many cases, Andover Newton will not be able to provide full assurance of legal permission to use material found on its website. Unless rights of use are clearly stated with respect to an individual item, users must seek permission from the copyright owner for all uses other than those allowed by fair use and other relevant provisions of the U.S. Copyright Act.

Notwithstanding the above, and unless otherwise noted or claimed by others, all material on the Andover Newton website, including all video on the site produced by the Massachusetts Bible Society Media Center, is copyrighted by the Trustees of Andover Newton Theological School, who reserve all rights regarding its use and distribution.

If you need assistance with identifying or locating the copyright owner of a work, please call (617) 964-1100.

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