About Hartford International

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An International University for Interfaith Scholarship With a History as a Forward-Thinking Institution for Religious Leaders and Peacebuilders in Today’s Diverse World.

Founded in 1834

Hartford International University for Religion and Peace is unique among theological institutions across the globe — both in approach and history. Founded in 1834, Hartford International has built an interreligious environment like no other and proven an ability to prepare leaders for the complex, pluralistic world in which we live.

President Joel N. Lohr

Meet Our Leadership

From our president to our Trustees, Hartford International brings together incredibly talented, wise, strategic, and prayerful people of different faiths so that we can learn and evolve our interfaith understanding together.

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Learning in an Architectural Landmark

Hartford International University for Religion and Peace was one of the first commercial projects designed by New York-based architect Richard Meier, winner of the 1984 Pritzker Prize.

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A Heart for All

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Leadership

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Mission & DEI Statement

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Annual Report / Praxis

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Accreditation

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Our Recent Name Change

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