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.

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.”