Virtual Open House: Learn More About the Princeton Seminary Library

April 22 at 1–2 p.m.


You are invited to attend our virtual open house session to ask questions, learn more about Princeton Theological Seminary’s degree programs, and meet admissions representatives. Open house sessions are held on Thursdays for 60 minutes. See you soon!

This week: “Learn More About the Princeton Seminary Library

Princeton Theological Seminary Library serves Princeton Theological Seminary; Princeton University; and wider communities of students, pastors, and scholars. Shaped by two centuries of development, the Princeton Theological Seminary Library embraces its role at the intersection of the theological record and the community of scholars, continues Princeton's commitment to build collections of depth, and promotes an environment of broad access to the theological heritage. Primary sources are represented both by original early editions or reprints and by modern critical editions.

In addition to circulating and periodical collections, the Princeton Theological Seminary Library contains the Reigner Reading Room, which houses educational materials and religious curriculum materials to support church ministry; Special Collections, including the Karl Barth research collection; and a growing number of Digital Collections, including the Theological Commons.

Join us on April 22 to learn more about how the library has operated during COVID-19, what students can look forward to if they enroll, and meet various representatives of the Princeton Theological Seminary Library staff. See you then! Register below.


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    Educating faithful Christian leaders.

    Pastor at Franklin Lakes United Methodist Church, New Jersey

    Alison VanBuskirk, Class of 2015

    “My call as a pastor centers on shaping a community where people can connect and be real with each other and God.”