Our graduates serve in more than three dozen countries and in all 50 states. They serve in parish-based ministry as pastors, music ministers, Christian education directors, mission coordinators, youth ministers, and church planters. Others serve in extension-based ministry like teaching, counseling, faith-based advocacy, and nonprofit organization work.
Events and Programs for Alumni
Join the Alumni Network
Join the Duke Alumni Association to access signature events such as Homecoming and Reunions, a global network of regional alumni chapters, educational and travel opportunities, the award-winning Duke Magazine, and more. With your Duke Alumni card, you can take advantage of perks inside and outside the university. Visit the DAA page to create or update your alumni profile, share class notes, and learn more.
Make a Gift
Each gift supports Duke Divinity School’s mission to engage in spiritually disciplined and academically rigorous education in service and witness to the Triune God in the midst of the church, the academy, and the world. Find out how you can help.
Be Part of the Annual Fund
The Divinity Annual Fund provides financial resources to support students at Duke Divinity School, including financial aid, field education opportunities, and operational funding for academic and ministry formation programs. Every gift makes a difference!
Looking for a new position in church, nonprofit, teaching, or other ministry? Find listings for full- and part-time jobs, both locally in Durham, N.C., and across the nation.
Faith & Leadership
Faith & Leadership is the online magazine of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity. Read articles on a variety of topics and subscribe to their newsletters.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions about our alumni and giving programs.
The Divinity School’s Alumni Council nurtures the connection between the Divinity School and its alumni, and the Board of Visitors consults on matters of school administration, strategy, and vision.