About Us

GTUx, an online learning initiative by Graduate Theological Union, thrives at the crossroads of global culture and interreligious life, learning, and leadership and encounters with spiritually rooted perspectives on the critical issues of our time.

It creates spaces of exchange and belonging, modeling compassionate and empathy-based approaches to learning and dialogue by leveraging the power of emergent technologies. It inspires transformational change and fosters a hopeful community dedicated to the creation of a more equitable, compassionate, and sustainable world.

GTUx is an online learning initiative by GTU, extending GTU’s campus and furthering its mission by serving as a dynamic digital learning resource for individuals and communities internationally.

Our community! Generous donations from individuals and organizations support the work we do. We would especially like to thank our major donors Dale Walker and Taube Philanthropies in supporting the GTUx. Additionally, our partners are an integral part of bringing the mission of GTUx to life. You can learn more about supporting GTUx here.

You can access GTUx content anywhere if you have an internet connection.

Most GTUx offerings are free with registration.  

GTUx Content

GTUx offers self-paced content in mainly five formats: Originals, Lectures, Live, Collections, and Gallery.

  • GTUx Originals are in-depth, on-demand, virtual learning opportunities of 4-6 modules each, taught by leading scholars and experts.
  • GTUx Lectures are stand-alone digital lectures from thought leaders in the GTU’s network. GTUx Collections and Gallery are curated content from the GTU library and gallery to complement and enhance learning experiences.
  • GTUx Live is a live event with today’s scholars and thought leaders.

A GTUx Original will typically take about 2 hours to complete, but of course, completion is not mandatory. Our GTUx Originals allow you to jump between video modules and watch out of order, depending on how you would like to learn.

Most GTUx Lives are recorded and released on our platform. You can find them under our GTUx lectures and can access anytime.

When the recording of the GTUx Live event is available, you can access the content anytime. Until then, GTUx Live events are only available when they are live.

Content Access

No, anyone can access GTUx content.

No, GTUx members will not be enrolled in gtu.edu email address services.

You can create an account whenever you’re ready to start your first GTUx Original or lecture. When you click on “Take Offering,” you will be prompted to create a new account:

From there, you can create a new account and begin enjoying our GTUx offerings.

Click on Originals or Lectures and locate the top right corner of your screen to “Sign In.”

When you click on “Sign In” you will be prompted to enter your email address and password.

You will need to register for an offering to access the content presented in our offerings. Once you register, you will be able to access this content at any time. Please note, you will need to click, “Start” on each step in order to populate the video content on your screen.

Trouble Logging into Your Account

When you login you should see a “Forgot your password” prompt underneath the password box. From there you can send yourself a new link to create a new password.

If you can’t remember, you can always email hellogtux@gtu.edu to ask someone on our team for assistance.

You may be registered with another email. If you think that may be the case, you can always email hellogtux@gtu.edu with your full name to have someone on our team confirm which email address you have registered with GTUx.

GTUx Connect

GTUx Connect is an online community where members can engage in conversation with one another, get the latest updates on GTUx news and events, and learn more about the content featured on GTUx.

GTUx Connect is available on our blog and Facebook group.

Members can post questions for discussion on our Facebook group, per our guidelines.

You can email us at hellogtux@gtu.edu. We would love to hear your suggestions!