Being a student at Duke Divinity School means joining a thriving community. We’re dedicated to unifying the life of prayer, study, and service to form leaders for the church, academy, and world. There is a strong sense of camaraderie among students and plenty of opportunities to get involved. The Duke Divinity School Office of Student Life and Office of the Chaplain are vital resources for student life and formation.
As a Duke Divinity student, you can access all Duke University has to offer—from course offerings in nine other graduate and professional schools, to inter-institutional registration opportunities, world-class libraries, lectures by major thinkers and world leaders, recreation facilities, a packed arts calendar, the Nasher Museum of Art, Sarah P. Duke Gardens, and a network of campus organizations. You also have free admission to all intercollegiate athletic events (except men’s basketball—you’ll have to camp out for those tickets).
- Graduate & Professional Student Council Resources and Advice
- Computing at Duke
- Student Disability Access Office
Registration for New Students
New M.A.C.P. and D.Min. students will be block enrolled in coursework by the registrar, Kori Robins. Th.M. and M.A.C.S. students will be contacted by the registrar in July to set up individual advising sessions. All new M.Div. and M.T.S. students will participate in advising and registration sessions on Thursday, August 21, 2014 during New Student Orientation.
Connect with Us
Want to connect with the Office of Admissions staff and new students? Join the Duke Divinity School Admitted Students Facebook group!