Disciples Divinity House

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For the institution at Vanderbilt, see Disciples Divinity House at Vanderbilt.
Disciples Divinity House
Disciples Divinity House at UChicago.jpg
Motto Let knowledge grow from more to more[1]
Established 1894[2]
Type graduate
Religious affiliation Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
Dean Kristine A. Culp[3]
Students 25[4]
Location Chicago, Illinois, US
41°47′30″N 87°35′52″W / 41.7916°N 87.5978°W / 41.7916; -87.5978[5][6]Coordinates: 41°47′30″N 87°35′52″W / 41.7916°N 87.5978°W / 41.7916; -87.5978[5][6]
Campus Urban
Website ddh.uchicago.edu

Disciples Divinity House of the University of Chicago is a Christian seminary associated with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and the University of Chicago Divinity School.

History[edit]

Disciples Divinity House originated through the effort of W. D. MacClintock, an English professor at the University of Chicago, and Herbert L. Willett; the school was chartered in 1894. By 1898 there were 20 students. The current limestone facility was completed in 1928.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ DDH Bulletin: Fall/Winter 2005-06
  2. ^ a b The Idea of the House
  3. ^ Dean’s Welcome
  4. ^ Theological Education: Disciples Divinity House of the University of Chicago
  5. ^ Directions to DDH
  6. ^ UChicago Maps

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