Introduction and Reference Letters

As part of Booth University College’s admissions process for the School for Continuing Studies’ Certificate in Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care, we ask all applicants to write a letter of introduction and intent, as well as provide letters of reference. The purpose of these is to help us assess your suitability for the certificate program.

Letter of Introduction and Intent

Please submit your answers to the following in a brief essay:

  • By way of introduction, please tell us a little bit about yourself and your life journey.
  • Please comment on your spiritual life and your service or ministry.
  • Why are you pursuing a Certificate in Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care at this time in your life?
  • How do you hope to benefit from the learning?
  • Why do you think Booth University College is a good academic fit for your life and learning?

Reference Letters

  • Please attach two letters of reference from:
    1. An employer, friend, or academic
    2. A spiritual advisor or pastor
  • Your reference letters should address the following:
    1. How long has the person writing the letter known you, and in what capacity?
    2. Information describing your suitability to enter a course of academic studies
    3. Your suitability for entrance to the Certificate in Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care

Submitting the Letters

Please email, mail, or drop off these documents to:

Michael_Glowasky@BoothUC.ca (Program Coordinator)

Booth University College
School for Continuing Studies: Admissions
200-290 Vaughan Street
Winnipeg, MB R3B 2N8

Contact Us

For more information about the School of Continuing Studies, contact us. 
Email: SCS@myBoothUC.ca
(toll-free) 1-877-942.6684 x 130
Fax: 1-204-942-3856
SCS staff


Booth University College is proud to offer affordable Christian higher education through our School for Continuing Studies programs.

How to Apply

1. Register for a Booth University College account.
2. Choose your program and complete the online application form.
3. Submit supporting documents and the deposit according to the program-specific admissions requirements.