The Divinity Students Association (DSA) is an organization run by and for University of Chicago Divinity School students. The organization attempts to contribute to many spheres of life in the Divinity School: academic, professional, and social. Above all else, the DSA is committed to fostering a true community of Divinity students from every degree program. Click here for a copy of the DSA constitution (pdf).
DSA funds student academic clubs: one for each area of concentrations and many others sparked and organized by students according to their interests. In addition to the basic needs of these clubs, DSA also funds major events and conferences that several clubs organize, like the annual Ministry Conference and "Alternative Epistemologies" speaker series.
In addition, DSA makes available a limited amount of funding for students participating in international conferences.
Once each quarter, DSA hosts an early-evening social event in Swift Commons, providing beverages and refreshments for book-weary students. Other events, such as quarterly pub nights and orientation events, also contribute to student life and comraderie outside of the classroom.
To receive information about DSA events and activities, subscribe to the DSA listserve at https://lists.uchicago.edu/web/info/dsa.