Alumni Info & Resources

Connect with other alumni, current students, and campus life. There are lots of ways to get involved!

Help identify the next generation of Christian leaders.

  • Talk with prospective students in your congregation
  • Represent PTS at seminary fairs in your area
  • Refer prospective students to the admissions team and recruitment events. You may request to have a candidate's application fee waived by submitting the Alumni Recommendation Application Fee Waiver Form (pdf).
  • Contact Joel Estes, Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management

Regional Alumni Network
Connect with PTS in your area.

  • Attend regional alumni event
  • Host event with faculty or administrators traveling in your area
  • Connect with local alumni for conversation and support in ministry
  • Contact the Office of Alumni Relations

Reunion Class Committees
Help plan the reunion experience for your class.

  • Contact classmates to invite them to reunion
  • Help organize a social event for your class’s anniversary celebration
  • Provide welcome and hospitality during reunion
  • Contact the Office of Alumni Relations

Annual Fund
Help raise funds for student scholarships and new initiatives.

  • Make a gift to the annual fund
  • Contact classmates by phone or mail on behalf of the annual fund
  • Contact Cheryl Ali, Director of Annual Giving

Field Education
Mentor students in ministry.

  • Provide field education site for a current seminarian
  • Supervise students in a ministry setting and engage in theological reflection

Share your story.

  • Tell us about your ministry and professional milestones
  • Write articles and posts for the website, blogs, social media, and magazine
  • Contact the communication team

Women in Ministry
Support women students and alumnae.

Multicultural Relations
Celebrate the diversity of God’s world.

  • Serve on alumni panels on race, inclusion, and diversity
  • Encourage prospective students from underrepresented population groups
  • Recommend conferences for recruitment events
  • Contact Victor Aloyo, Associate Dean for Institutional Diversity and Community Engagement

Educating faithful Christian leaders.

PhD Student

Isaac Kim, Class of 2015

“One of the biggest lessons I learned was how to be charitable to views other than my own. Christian charity was shown to me, not just in the readings for class, but from the professors, and the Seminary community.”