ULCO Seminary (U.S.A.)
The ULCO Seminary U.S.A. (ULC Theological Seminary) is a non-profit alumni organization for all Universal Life Church (CLC)related students and an IAA accredited entity for religious studies, bible studies and general theology since 1962. Today it comprises all tuition-based course studies of the original ULC Church in Modesto, California which end with some form of exam or test. According to a court decision of 1974 and other rulings the ULC Headquarters in Modesto is the only ULC institution whose seminary program can lead to valid ecclesiastical educational and/or meritorious grades. Other ULC split-offs are not covered by this privilege, except the tuition free Arnulf Seminary of Theology in Boston, Massachusetts.
- Universal Life Church, Inc. vs. The United States of America, leagle.com. 1 March 1974
- Lynch vs. Universal Life Church (October 1985) ULC Church wins in court.
- ULC marriages prior to July 3, 1981 are validated. (NC § 51-1.1.)
- Judge affirms rights in favor of the ULC 
- The Office of the Attorney General of the State of Texas 
- Universal Life Church vs. the State of Utah (2002) Internet-based minister ordination declared valid.
- Ronald J. Wilkins (1984): Religion in North America. Wm. C. Brown, Religious Education Division.
- David G. Truemper (1993): Directory of departments and programs of religious studies in North America
- Universal Life Church vs. The United States of America, Judge James Franklin Battin's ruling for the ULC
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