Who Are We?
Community life at the Divinity School begins in our Hyde Park campus. From our central location on the main quadrangles of the University, Swift Hall is a platform for the work and play of our students, faculty, and staff, and a welcoming destination for South Siders, city residents, and visitors worldwide.
Undergraduate Courses for Winter Quarter
This year we are offering more than 30 Religious Studies (RLST) courses Per Quarter. Please....more info
The Anthony C. Yu Junior Faculty Fellowship
The Divinity School is pleased to announce the Anthony C. Yu Junior Faculty Fellowship, and to....more info
Interview with Paul Mendes-Flohr
David Gottlieb (PhD'18) speaks with Prof. Emeritus Paul Mendes-Flohr on the New Books in....more info
Additional Student Life Programs
Communal meals, communal spaces, and communal endeavors: life in Swift Hall (and beyond).
Our Wednesday Lunch program is a Div School tradition – but it's open to all. Join us midday in the middle of the week for warm food and a talk. Sit at any table.
Thirty minutes to relax, reflect, and be in community. Weekly speakers respond to a theme. The theme for fall quarter is, "what draws you here?"
Open Space is open to all; Tuesdays from 12:30-1pm in the beautiful Bond Chapel. Bagels, coffee, and optional conversation to follow.
"DDH" offers a residential scholarship program offered in cooperation with the University of Chicago Divinity School and the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). There's also a Monday dinner!
Whether through attending an event, making a donation, or connecting with other members of our community, students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends are a critical part of our school.