One of the things students appreciate most about the Wake Forest School of Divinity is the close community formed each year. Because of the small class size, students get to know each other and learn from each other in class and outside of class. We worship together on Tuesdays, and lunch is provided for the community after chapel most weeks. There is usually coffee available in the Lower Auditorium on Thursdays, and the student lounge is a good place to hang out. The annual fall renewal service and Incarnation Celebration are high points of the year.
Students are responsible for many aspects of student life on campus. The Student Leadership Council (SLC) plans many student events and assists student groups. Students have formed a number of organizations to address areas of special concern. Life is more than books and ministry is more than preaching. Students are encouraged to take advantages of the rich resources of the University and the city of Winston-Salem.