Public Programs Overview
"Meridian University is a gift to this moment in our history. The rare breadth of the intellectual journeys it offers, and its exquisite attention to the ripening of the whole person, set a stunning example for graduate studies in the time of the Great Turning. It grows new and needed disciplines of consciousness, as well as motivation to engage in the transformation of culture."
– Joanna Macy Author of Coming Back to Life
Meridian seeks to support continuing education by offering public programs in addition to its degree programs. These community programs, formatted as seminars, experiential workshops, and professional programs are taught by Meridian faculty and guest presenters. Certain programs are approved for Continuing Education Credits (CE Credits) for MFT and LCSW licenses as well MCEP. Like the curriculum in our degree programs, the public programs draw on: spiritual traditions, somatic practices, creative arts, mythology, indigenous wisdom, literary and poetic imagination, deep ecology, mystical philosophy, cultural history, and social critique.
Upcoming Public Programs
There are several public programs specifically designed to give individuals an introduction to the principles and practices that guide Transformative Learning at Meridian. See Upcoming Public Programs for more information.
If you missed an online summit hosted by Meridian University, be sure to check out the Audio Recordings for past online events. Simply register for an event to gain access to the audio recordings.
Previous Public Programs
Meridian University hosts several public programs every season. For a sample of past events, browse the list of selected Previous Public Programs.