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Campus Life

Campus Life

Discover life outside the classroom at Wake Forest.

Community in Worship

Community in Worship

Participate in the School of Divinity's worship activities.

Community Engagement

Community Engagement

Discover the School of Divinity's dialogue with the community.

Lecture Series

Lecture Series

Listen and learn from the School of Divinity's Lecture Series.

Student Perspectives

The School of Divinity is an inspiring community with a diverse student body. Learn more about student's experiences as they engage the School of Divinity.

Immersing myself in this place has been confirmed by what I’ve seen and experienced: an embracing, yet challenging; communal, yet global; and formative, yet exploratory community and environment.

Brittani D. Chavious

First Year MDiv Student
Cincinnati, Ohio
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I have found a place where faith is not just an abstract idea, rather it is a call to serve the world community, to stand up against injustice, and to speak love into the lives of those who are hurting.

Austin Carty

First Year MDiv Student
High Point, NC
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There isn’t another school with the academic standing of Wake that offers a dual program with Counseling. Also, as someone who is still deciding where I stand denominationally, I was attracted to the school's ecumenical outlook.

Brittany Johnston

First Year MDiv/MA in Counseling Student
Alpharetta, GA
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The academic repute of the School of Divinity faculty, smaller class sizes, and opportunities for community engagement have helped me gain insight and understanding of the faith that governs my life.

Larry J. Brown, Jr.

First Year MDiv Student
Jacksonville, FL
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Since coming to the School of Divinity, I have been pushed by my professors and peers to expand my view of God and my neighbor. These relationships have given me greater confidence in myself and my ministerial identity.

Katie Schlimmer

Second Year MDiv Student
High Point, NC
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