A Spiritual Home for Our Students
Our houses of study help prepare you for service—and ordination—in the communities and denominations where you’ll serve.

Our Houses

Our houses give you advice on curricular and extra-curricular needs, counsel and prepare you for judicatory examinations or interviews, connect you with mentors, host community get-togethers and other events, services, and workshops.
Anglican Episcopal House of Studies
The Anglican Episcopal House of Studies is a full Anglican seminary program within an ecumenical divinity school at a world-class research university. We are a vibrant community of learning and service that prepares students for Christian leadership throughout the Anglican Communion.
Asian House of Studies
The Asian House of Studies at Duke Divinity School supports Asian and Asian-American students at the school; cultivates a network of students, alumni, church leaders, and ecclesial bodies; and provides resources for Asian theological studies.
Baptist House of Studies
The Baptist House of Studies prepares students for Baptist ministry through theological education and participation in a supportive community as they are being formed for Christian ministry at the Divinity School.
Hispanic House of Studies
The Hispanic House of Studies was created as a resource center for students, pastors, and congregations in order to support their efforts to do ministry with the Hispanic/Latinx community in the U.S.
The Office of Black Church Studies
The Office of Black Church Studies seeks to enrich the work and witness of Duke Divinity School—with both theological and spiritual resources from Black Church contexts.
Methodist House of Studies
Methodist House provides opportunities for United Methodist and other Pan-Methodist students (AME, AMEZ, CME, Nazarene, Free Methodist, and Wesleyan) to gather for fellowship and formation.
Presbyterian/Reformed House of Studies
The Presbyterian/Reformed House of Studies nurtures the Reformed Christian community at the Divinity School by supporting and cultivating students as persons, pastors, and leaders in the life of the Reformed Christian tradition.