The Financial Aid Program at Princeton Theological Seminary
Supporting Your Faithful Response to God's Call
Princeton Theological Seminary’s outstanding academic program provides a strong foundation for Christian ministry and leadership, ensuring that students are prepared to serve the Church and the world. Making this education financially feasible for our students is an important part of our commitment to serve the church of Jesus Christ.
We offer need-based grants, low interest loans, and merit-based scholarships to assist full-time master’s-level degree candidates in covering their educational expenses.
Over 90% of MDiv, MACEF, MA(TS), and dual MDiv/MACEF students receive grants or scholarships
Information about the generous financial support offered to PhD students is available here.
“The financial aid I received allowed me to study, improve my skills as a pastoral care provider, and develop my gifts for ministry.”
- Chris McNabb, MDiv '16
Applying for Financial Aid
Merit-based Aid Programs
Merit-based scholarships are awarded as part of the admissions process. No separate application is required to be considered for merit-based aid. To be considered for a merit-based scholarship, applicants must complete their admissions application (including all supporting materials) and have an interview before January 15.
To apply for need-based financial aid, first complete the admissions application. Following completion of the admissions application, a link to the financial aid application should appear at the bottom of your admissions application status page.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) should also be completed online. The school code for Princeton Seminary is G02626.
We’ll also need a signed copy of your most recent federal income tax return. If any additional forms are needed, we’ll be in touch with you.
Once we have all the items needed to consider your application for aid, we will review them and be in touch with you, via email. If you have any questions, please contact our office.
Senior Pastor, Asbury United Methodist Church, Atlantic City, NJ
Latasha Milton, Class
“My passion is doing what I can to empower and liberate people who are hurting. PTS has made me a better person and pastor because it’s given me the tools to better serve the oppressed and marginalized.”