Connect with HDS

HDS students

Interested in learning more about life at HDS? Connect with us anytime on campus, virtually, or in your home state!

On-campus opportunities

A visit to campus allows you to make a personal connection with the daily life of the campus. It is also a great way to learn about Harvard Square and Cambridge. Learn more about visiting HDS

Annual admissions events

Theological Education Day

HDS students

November 7, 2018

Connect with faculty and students, and learn about academics, community life, financial aid, and the admissions process during Theological Education Day, our open house for prospective students.

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Diversity and Explorations Program

Diversity and Explorations 2018

Three days exploring everything HDS has to offer. And it's on us.

DivEx is a three-day introduction to graduate programs at HDS that span religious and cultural divides to prepare ethical leaders to work in a complex world.

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Virtual events

Can't make it to campus? Learn about HDS through phone information sessions, webinars, and more. View virtual events

HDS on the road

Harvard Divinity School admissions representatives travel to meet with prospective students at information sessions, graduate school and seminary fairs, and denominational events across the country. View upcoming off-campus events

Calendar of admissions events and opportunities

View all opportunities to connect with HDS on the admissions calendar of events.

HDS Voices

Laura S. Nasrallah

I think that certain sectors of the academy are surprised that religion hasn't died out. Everyone's noticing that religious discourse is actually alive and well, and violently affecting politics. There's a new urgency to learning about and discussing religion. We need to be able to respect the fact that people who have deeply held convictions and practices might speak in terms that don't match ours.
Laura S. Nasrallah, Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity

Watch Laura S. Nasrallah's 2014 Convocation address, "Why Religious Studies Matters"

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