The decision by the Division of Consumer Protec-tion also means the seminary will not have to file an application before engaging in charitable solicitations. State officials also reviewed the seminary's status as a postsecondary proprietary school and renewed its permit for another two years.
"We complied with their request to furnish information, confident that we are following the law," McCullough added. "We applaud the efforts of this watchdog agen-cy to protect all of us from unscrupulous businesses in the state of Utah."
Salt Lake Theological Seminary is an inter-denominational graduate school providing practical, relevant Christian education and leadership training.
Located in the unique cultural setting of Utah, Salt Lake Theological Seminary equips men and women to meet the challenges of sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ in the midst of the increasing cultural diversity of our world. More information can be found at www.slts.edu.