An Open Letter to the GODSU Graduates of 2020
On behalf of the Global Oved Dei Seminary and University (GODSU) family, I want to share a sincere congratulations. Best of luck to our Honors and Chaplains Class of 2020. We are so proud of you and the accomplishments that you have made to contribute to our school’s reputation for excellence.
I believe that the graduates of GODSU are unique and special servant leaders, Global workers of God.
GODSU is a premier learning institution that works to propel current students and graduates to be agents of economic growth and change in local and global communities. GODSU is an institution that draws Faith leaders from the Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Christian, Baha’i, and Sikh Communities to collaborate and develop strategies to develop people and build a beloved community. GODSU’s curriculum focuses on Interfaith and Entrepreneurship studies. GODSU seeks to revitalize communities, ministries, and businesses by equipping student with the tools and techniques to initiate and maintain successful enterprises.
We understand that this has been a challenging time for many of our students: physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. However, we are inspired by your resilience, innovativeness, and adaptability to empower those around you at this time.
We ask that you stay in communication with our University to continually build the school. By continuously building the school, you allow us to sustain and expand our programs, hire exceptional faculty, and provide ample resources and scholarships to deserving students.
Congratulations again to the graduates of our Honors and Chaplaincy programs! We are very proud of you.
Welcome to the GODSU Family!
Rev. Diane Moore-Eubanks
Chancellor, Global Oved Dei Seminary and University (GODSU)