Initiative Farm to Table Comes to Princeton Seminary
Repentance A Journey of Confession and Repentance
December 9 at 2–3 p.m.
Attend our virtual open house to ask questions, learn more about Princeton Theological Seminary’s degree programs, and meet Admissions representatives.More On Admissions
I greatly value classes like Minister and Mental Illness and my Theology and Community Organizing classes because they give me information not just to know but to use in how I interact with people. I love having access to such a wide variety of exegesis classes and an extensive library that allows me to go much deeper in biblical commentary research than I would otherwise.
Princeton Seminary has been a perfect fit for me because of the rich diversity and warm sense of community in which I thrive. Of course, I have experienced Princeton Seminary as the renowned pinnacle of academic excellence; however, this knowledge has been cultivated from a deep well of love and compassion, which has been pivotal in helping to refine not only my calling, but also my Christian theology.
Seminary has given me a space to be both challenged and encouraged by my professors, peers, and supervisors. This is the space where I have felt the most frustrated and also felt the most loved. I found lifelong friends alongside an education that I cannot even begin to express my gratitude for. I have been privileged to learn from some of the most brilliant minds, both at the front of the classroom and sitting next to me furiously taking notes. Over the past two and a half years I have seen how God is working in the most beautiful and unexpected places and it has made me not only a better future minister, but a better person.
1:8 Faculty to Student Ratio
61% are MDiv Candidates
“My passion is doing what I can to empower and liberate people who are hurting. PTS has made me a better person and pastor because it’s given me the tools to better serve the oppressed and marginalized.”