Interested in applying to the Religion and Justice Program?

The newly established Wendland-Cook Religion and Justice Program at Vanderbilt Divinity school will provide three scholarships of $2000 per semester, for up to four semesters for students enrolled in Vanderbilt Divinity School Masters programs.  

Applicants need to demonstrate interest in matters of religion and justice, with a focus on economic and ecological justice broadly conceived. All candidates must first be accepted or a current student within a Vanderbilt Divinity School Masters program.

Recipients are expected to enroll in the economic justice concentration at Vanderbilt Divinity School.

Applications are currently being accepted for students entering the Wendland-Cook Religion and Justice Program in Fall 2019.

For more information about the application process, please contact Zac Settle, Graduate Research Fellow for the program: