“I’m thankful to be in a place where people are kind and love the Lord.”
- Olivia Sandel, MDiv '22
As a residential community of learning, students not only take classes together, but share life together in a way that extends and deepens the educational experience. It is a crucial part of how we prepare students for ministry.
Living on campus provides an opportunity for students to exchange ideas, be challenged, and learn from each other. A variety of housing options are offered, including on-campus apartments and dorms. Most students live in campus housing, which is about half the cost of local non-Seminary housing.
Princeton Seminary is unique in that it is enriched by Princeton’s rich academic, research, and residential community. Located one block from Princeton University, and a few blocks from downtown Princeton's shops, restaurants, and historical sites, Princeton Seminary is an ideal place to live and study.
Learn more about the location of Princeton Seminary's main campus and student housing.
Educating faithful Christian leaders.
Chaplain at the Hill School, Pottstown, Pennsylvania
Khristi Adams, Class
“At Princeton, we had precept groups—we’d engage text and debate. That gave me confidence to have those conversations anywhere.”