Campus Plan

Campus Plan Values

Facilitate community

  • We believe in the transformative power of Christian community to shape leaders for the church.
  • All of our buildings and grounds will support a living-learning environment that provides occasions for deepening the bonds of community through study, worship, work, and play.
  • The campus will feature buildings and outdoor spaces that facilitate interactions and shared experiences that invite us to learn from one another.

Create a unified campus

  • The plan studies the campus as a whole and enhances the links between its three main centers of activity : the core campus organized around the quad, the library, and the student housing complex at the Tennent-Roberts site.
  • It envisions inviting, accessible pathways between the parts that enhance the natural beauty of the campus and its distinctive sense of place.

Enhance our neighborhood

  • Princeton Seminary has been a cornerstone of the neighborhood for more than 200 years. The plan represents an investment in the neighborhood and honors the historic, residential character of its surroundings.
  • The Seminary is also part of a larger town, region, and world, and seeks to be a faithful member of these communities by making design decisions in accord with principles of sustainability and wise stewardship.
Read More about Our Vision for Community

Educating faithful Christian leaders.

Scholar and Theological Educator

Kathleen M. O’Connor, Class of 1984

“Informal time in discussion groups with faculty and students discussing feminist theological literature altered my views, excited my spirit, and greatly influenced my teaching.”