GENERAL RULE FOR IN PERSON EVENTS & CONFERENCES
All registrations for conferences and events are confirmed only when full payment of program and associated fees is received. Continuing Education provides receipts and confirmations, and does not issue letters of invitation — international participants are welcome but are responsible for handling their own visa arrangements.
Unless stated otherwise on an event registration page or confirmation, cancellations and withdrawals are subject to the following cancellation policy:
If you cancel your registration up to one week (seven days) prior to the event start date, your fees will be refunded, minus a $15 processing fee. There is no refund for any cancellations made within one week (six days or fewer).
GENERAL RULE FOR ONLINE OFFERINGS
Online offerings, purchased through the online.ptsem.edu site, are nonrefundable.
Dropping an online course with a pending start date:
If you initiate the process no later than 10 business days prior to the start of your course, you may request a credit voucher for the price paid toward a future course. Credit vouchers are valid for 12 months from date of request.
Dropping an online course noted as “Available Now” or “On Demand”:
Available Now or On Demand courses are not eligible for transfer or credit.
All drop or cancellation requests must be made by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Princeton Theological Seminary Alumni/ae
Degree graduates of Princeton Theological Seminary receive a 15% discount on continuing education program fees for on-campus events and online offerings. This discount cannot be combined with other offers such as “Early Bird” rates. Occasionally, an event or online offering is excluded from this offer due to already subsidized pricing, partner restrictions, or enrollment limits.
CPE and Field Education Supervisors
CPE and Field Education supervisors receive a 15% discount on continuing education program fees for on-campus events and online offerings. This discount cannot be combined with other offers such as “Early Bird” rates.
Occasionally, there may be events and programs that may not be discounted due to limited enrollment or certain qualification requirements.
Princeton Seminary Community
Current Princeton Seminary students (enrolled in a degree program), faculty, administrators, staff, and visiting scholars and their spouses are welcome to audit most on-campus continuing education programs without program charge on a space-available basis. However, meals, lodging, and any special material fees are not waived or discounted.
Occasionally, there may be events and programs that are not open to complimentary participants due to limited enrollment or certain qualification requirements.
- Email addresses of those who communicate with us via email
- Information volunteered by a visitor, such as survey responses
- Personal information volunteered for specific purposes such as online event or course registration, online applications, online donations, or information requests
The information collected on Princeton Theological Seminary’s web presence is used for internal purposes which include improving the content and usability of Princeton Theological Seminary’s web presence, registering people for events or courses, and fulfilling product orders or information requests. It will not be shared with other organizations. However, Princeton Theological Seminary may use the information to contact visitors for marketing and fundraising purposes. If you do not wish to be contacted by Princeton Theological Seminary for these purposes, please contact us at the address below.
Princeton Theological Seminary does not sell, rent, or distribute any personal information obtained from our visitors to groups not affiliated with Princeton Theological Seminary, unless required by law. According to federal and state law, Princeton Theological Seminary may provide personal information to outside parties if a criminal act is under investigation by authorities.
For those registering for academic conferences, lectures, or other programs sponsored by Princeton Theological Seminary, you recognize it is possible that your picture may be taken, and your likeness may be used for marketing purposes. Furthermore, feedback received or provided as part of assessment may also be used for such purposes. Your contact information will also be shared with leaders of such activities, so they may better tailor the activity to the demographics of the participants.
While Princeton Theological Seminary strives to protect its users’ personal information and privacy, it cannot guarantee the security of any information you disclose online and you do so at your own risk. Princeton Theological Seminary’s policy does not extend to anything that is inherent in the operation of the Internet, and therefore beyond our control, and is not to be applied in any manner contrary to applicable law or governmental regulation.
Unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet or any wireless network can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. As a result, while we strive to protect your Personal Information, you acknowledge that: (a) there are security and privacy limitations of the Internet which are beyond our control; (b) the security, integrity, and privacy of any and all information and data exchanged between you and us through the site cannot be guaranteed; and (c) any such information and data may be viewed or tampered with in transit by a third party.
In order to most efficiently serve you, credit card transactions are handled by established third-party banking, processing agents, and distribution institutions. They receive the information needed to verify and authorize your credit card transaction. Information relating to your financial transactions will not be maintained on Princeton Theological Seminary servers. If you are uncomfortable about using our online registration processes, you are welcome to register by telephone by calling Princeton Theological Seminary’s Erdman Center at 609-497-7990 during normal business hours.
Princeton Theological Seminary abides by FERPA (The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, commonly known as the Buckley Amendment). This is a federal law that states an educational institution must maintain the confidentiality of education records. More information can be found in the Seminary’s Handbook.
Princeton Theological Seminary cooperates with students and judicatories of all denominations in providing appropriate information for their candidacy process.