Claremont Lincoln University
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In March 2008, the Board of Trustees at Claremont School of Theology voted to establish a new interreligious university. The purpose of the “University Project”, as it was known, was to create a new educational environment in which representatives of the world’s religions could study together and address social problems – including religious violence.  The Claremont School of Theology Board officially incorporated the University in January 2010, the name of the University was first revealed on May 16, 2011, and classes launched in Fall 2011. The founding president was Jerry D. Campbell. 
In spring 2014, Claremont Lincoln decided to "move away from its interreligious roots and become a secular-focused university," as well as discontinue several of its programs. At this time, Claremont Lincoln and Claremont School of Theology decided to separate, and students whose programs were discontinued by Claremont Lincoln were offered admission into Claremont School of Theology, where they were able to complete their degrees.  Claremont Lincoln then began to work towards independent accreditation which it achieved in 2016.
The university Claremont Lincoln University is accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC) to offer the Master of Arts degree in three programs: Social Impact, Interfaith Action, and Organizational Leadership.  Each program also requires students to take courses in the "Claremont Core," a sequence of courses in mindfulness, dialogue, collaboration, and change.
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