can be found across the globe serving as pastors, scholars, counselors, nonprofit leaders, and more. Below are just some of the ways that you can stay connected to the Divinity School, no matter where you live or how long it’s been since you were a student.
When you make a gift to the Divinity School, you enable our students to discover the possibilities of theological education and embrace prophetic lives of ministry and service. Learn more about the different ways you can support the Divinity School.
Find out how to become a member of Schola Prophetarum, the leadership giving society for Vanderbilt Divinity School.
Divinity School alumni/ae have access to a variety of programs, including library databases, career resources, lifelong learning opportunities and more. Find out how you can take advantage of these services.
Stay connected to the Divinity School through social media.
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Submit a class note with your news items, personal milestones, or career achievements.
We encourage you to become a Divinity School alumni/ae volunteer. From hosting an alumni/ae event in your city to referring an applicant, there are many ways to contribute your time to Vanderbilt Divinity School. Learn more about the different ways to get involved at the Divinity School.
Subscribe to our monthly e-newsletter Spire to stay updated on the latest alumni/ae and faculty news.
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Vanderbilt Divinity School and the Graduate Department of Religion recognize distinguished alumni/ae whose accomplishments and contributions have had a broad impact and positive effect in various forms of ministry and scholarship.
We will honor our 2016 recipients at the Distinguished Alumni/ae Celebration Dinner on Tuesday, November 15, 2016. Learn more about our past honorees.