Learning doesn't stop in the classroom. Our residential campus is a place where faith and learning intersect in worship, study, work, and play. Students pray together, enjoy meals together, and minister to each other and to the community.
Our students bring an array of perspectives on theology, faith, and Christian life. They reflect many denominations, ethnic backgrounds and cultures. Living and learning in this diverse community, prepares students for Christian leadership in theologically and culturally diverse environments.
We strive to make Princeton Seminary a place where each student will flourish and discern her or his unique calling to ministry and service. From offerings in worship life, and spiritual counseling, to support for those seeking a call, to forming a global community where students are engaged in service, we are here to walk alongside you on your journey.
The kind of community that Princeton Seminary students, staff, and faculty aspire to create is articulated in this video.
Educating faithful Christian leaders.
Scholar and Theological Educator
Kathleen M. O’Connor, Class
“Informal time in discussion groups with faculty and students discussing feminist theological literature altered my views, excited my spirit, and greatly influenced my teaching.”