Welcome to Princeton Theological Seminary’s online source for all things Green. “Sustainability” at PTS is a division of the Housing and Auxiliary Services Office, but we concern ourselves with much more than housing. We work closely with the student group ECOS (Environmentally Conscious Organization of Seminarians), and our initiatives touch every aspect of life here at PTS. Here you will find information on what has been done in the past, what is currently being done, and what we hope to do in the future in order to guide PTS into a new era of theologically informed leadership with respect to the ecological responsibility we bear toward both God and neighbor.
Current events 2013-14
Save fuel, save money, go green. Ride Tiger Transit to and from the CRW Campus.
Tiger Transit Frequent Rider Program. This program is designed to help our community lessen it’s carbon footprint because we acknowledge the importance of fulfilling our roles as good stewards of God’s creation. The program is simple, just present the Frequent Rider Card to the bus driver each time you exit the bus, so the driver can punch your card. The cards will only be punched on the West Line. After the 10th card punch, turn in your card to the Housing Office so it can be entered into a monthly drawing. You can enter as many times, just keep riding! Examples of this semester’s raffle prizes include a gift cards Whole foods, and to other stores and restaurants in the Princeton area.
The Tiger Transit bus service is provided to the entire Seminary community.. The Tiger Transit fleet is fully accessible and has bike racks. Furthermore, Tiger Transit not only reduces our petroleum consumption and fuel emissions, but is fueled by B20 biodiesel.
If you choose to participate in this program you may pick up a punch card from the Housing Office
Follow these links below for more information