Campbell University Divinity School is committed to a holistic approach to graduate theological education. 

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Why Campbell Divinity School?

In an environment that is Christ-centered, Bible-based, and Ministry-focused, students are intellectually, spiritually and vocationally formed for the ministry God has placed on their heart.

A quality academic faculty
Excellent blend of academics, ministry preparation, and spiritual formation
Block scheduling of classes to allow family and work flexibility
Generous financial aid available
Strong sense of community among faculty, staff, and students, who are embraced by the family atmosphere of the school
Learn in an environment diverse in age, race, gender, denomination, culture, experience, and giftedness
Resources are available to help students find jobs in ministry
Great location near Raleigh, Cary, Durham, and Fayetteville
Dual-degree programs offered
Opportunity to draw on University resources

"I get to sit in a class with peers and professors who care about the families I'm serving, and I know I'm getting training that will help me better serve those families."

Jackie Love, Master of Divinity Student


Applications from all persons with a college degree who are seeking further education for Christian service are welcome at Campbell University Divinity School. Our community is diverse and represents individuals from a wide range of ages, traditions, races and ethnicities, and denominational affiliations. We welcome men and women who feel called to Christian ministry and can affirm our mission to be “Christ-Centered, Bible-Based, and Ministry-Focused.”

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Financial Information

It is the hope of Campbell University Divinity School that graduate theological education is a financially feasible option for our students. With a wide variety of scholarship and financial aid opportunities, 93% of our students receive financial assistance. The Divinity School seeks to be as generous as possible with financial assistance, making awards based on the merit and expressed need of each student.

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