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Academic Resources

The School of Divinity’s Office of Academic Affairs offers various resources to support students’ academic work and success.

Fall 2014 Final Exam Schedule

Monday, December 8

Course Title Instructor Time Location
BIB 541 Intro to New Testament Shaner, K. 9:00am Wingate 302

Wednesday, December 10

Course Title Instructor Time Location
THS 501 Christian Theology Voss Roberts, M. 9:00am Wingate 202
BIB 511 Intro to New Testament Greek I Powell, J. 9:00am Tribble A303
BIB 521 Old Testament Interpretation I Walls, N. 2:00pm Wingate 302

Thursday, December 11

Course Title Instructor Time Location
HIS 501 History of Christianity I Leonard, B. 9:00am Wingate 302

Friday, December 12

Course Title Instructor Time Location
BIB 501 Elementary Hebrew I Moyer, C. 2:00pm Wingate 202
Course Schedules and Offerings

Spring 2015

>> Elective Course Descriptions: Divinity  |  Graduate Level Religion

>> Course Schedule

>> Registration Tips and Reminders

 

Fall 2014

>> New Course Descriptions

>> Course Schedule

 

Summer 2014

>> Course Schedule

 

Spring 2014

>> New Course Descriptions

>> Course Schedule

 

Fall 2013

>> New Course Descriptions

>> Course Schedule

 

Spring 2013

>> New Course Descriptions

>> Course Schedule

  

Fall 2012

>> New Course Descriptions

>> Course Schedule

Forms, Procedures, and Policies
Academic Bulletin and Calendar
Degree Requirements and Audits

Master of Divinity

MDiv / MA in Counseling

JD / MDiv

Note: Degree Audit Forms are intended to guide advising and student course planning. Official degree audits are available through student WIN accounts.

Learning Assistance Center and Disability Services

The Learning Assistance Center (LAC) provides study skills training and counseling.  Students can learn to read critically, take notes effectively, manage their time, improve their motivation, increase their reading speed, and prepare for tests.

Assistance is provided through counseling and individual and group tutoring.

Students with a wide range of learning and other documented disabilities may also receive academic support, training, and advocacy through the Learning Assistance Center.

>> Learning Assistance Center Website

Readmission

The Wake Forest University School of Divinity requires a readmission application, including the Application for Readmission form, transcripts for any coursework taken since withdrawal or leave from the school, an updated resume, and a written statement. Full details regarding the procedure can be found on the Application for Readmission.

>> Application for Readmission