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Continuing Education

About Continuing Education

Learn While You Lead
Through the Office of Continuing Education, Princeton Theological Seminary offers ministry leaders opportunities for theological formation, spiritual renewal, and leadership development. Pastors, ministry professionals, and volunteers will find a place to network, share ideas, learn, and grow in a spiritually rich, Christ-centered environment — both on campus and online. Be part of the Princeton Theological Seminary extended learning community. Come to campus for events, seminars, or independent study. Engage in academically and spiritually rich online courses. Learn on the go by listening to The Distillery podcast and tune in for webinars. Strengthen your ministry network and skills through intentional continued learning.

Continuing Education Staff

  • Dayle Gillespie Rounds, Associate Dean
  • Sushama Austin-Connor, Program Administrator
  • Maiia Avelino, Administrative Assistant
  • Christine Toto, Project Assistant
  • Abigail Visco Rusert, Director of The Institute for Youth Ministry
  • Megan DeWald, Associate Director of The Institute for Youth Ministry
  • Carmelle Beaugelin, Coordinator of the Log College Project, The Institute for Youth Ministry
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Office Location and Mailing Address
Erdman Center

20 Library Place
Princeton, NJ 08540-6824

Educating faithful Christian leaders.

Author, Speaker, Ordained Minister

Danielle Shroyer, Class of 1999

“To be in a community where I got to hear so many different perspectives—that was profound for me. I’m grateful for the curiosity, for the practice of learning that was cultivated for me at Seminary.”