This year, ETEM has 41 part-time and 1 full-time student enrolled. In addition, several University of Montreal students are taking casual courses. These numbers represent a slight decrease from the previous year.
Online courses, however, are growing. Mini-courses offer a taste of an ETEM education. Administrative assistant Nancy Cardin is a new face, working for both ETEM and partner institution IBVIE. This summer, the 4,000-book library of Institut Biblique VIE (which recently moved from Quebec City to Montreal) was merged with the ETEM library with the help of Richard Lougheed and MCC Summerbridge students.
Eric Wingender and Jean Bieri are both full-time at the school along with seven part-time instructors and three part-time administrative staff.
ETEM is currently experiencing a significant financial shortfall, and is inviting the help of MBs across the country to meet this need by Dec. 31.