The Divinity School brings together—and pioneers—multiple perspectives and approaches to the study of religion. We teach the critical skills that are necessary for relating to the evolving and complicated roles religion plays in the worlds we inhabit, in meaningful, responsible, creative, and adaptive ways. Work here is deeply informed, intellectually curious, and honestly engaged.


The Divinity School prepares students for careers of field-defining scholarship, teaching, and publicly-engaged leadership. 


Join our community of scholars and professionals who guide the public’s understanding of religion. 



Schedule a visit to learn more about our academic programs and admission process.


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Our students provide some of the most vibrant parts of our community culture. They contribute to all aspects of life at the Divinity School.

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The Divinity School invests over $11 million dollars in scholarship assistance to students. We are committed to making graduate education affordable. 

News & Events

Ranana Dine

Ranana Dine Wins Essay Competition

Honoring original research.

MDIV presentation

Senior Ministry Presentations

Explorations of questions or issues in religious leadership.

Aristotle Papanikolaou

2024 Alum of the Year

Congratulating Aristotle Papanikolaou.


Apr 15

This American Jewish Life: Judaism And Being Jewish In The United States More Info

Apr 19

Apr 19 2024: Dean’s Forum with Kevin Hector More Info

Apr 22

Apr 22, 2024: DiviniTEA More Info

The Martin Marty Center

The Martin Marty Center for the Public Understanding of Religion is a bridge between religious studies scholarship and the wider public. Through conferences and events, community and scholarly initiatives, fellowship programs, and our electronic publication Sightings, we work on the intersection of religion and public life.

Visit the Marty Center website Sightings