This support of ministry preparation ensures that our students will be effective leaders for the churches of today and tomorrow.
As we seek to increase the size of our student body, we will rely on scholarship assistance to welcome students of all financial backgrounds to the School of Divinity.
Investing in teacher-scholars will increase outstanding classroom teaching, student mentoring, creative and engaged scholarship and commitment to community life.
Our annual fund is essential to the operation of the School of Divinity, and it helps to support student financial aid directly.
This was a Homecoming Weekend to remember. In addition to all of the traditional Homecoming festivities, we celebrated the President’s Ball, the Arnold Palmer statue dedication, a Demon Deacon win over Maryland and - most importantly for the future of our University – the launch of Wake Will: The Campaign for Wake Forest. Read more »By Example
The generosity of Jeannette Wallace Hyde (’58) results in the largest commitment to scholarships by an individual in the School of Divinity’s history. Read more »Farm to Fork Faith Story
When I arrived at Wake Forest as a freshman in the fall of 1979, I was surprised that so few people shard my background. Where were the other students who had haled hay or bottle-fed orphaned lambs? Read more »