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Student Groups at the Seminary

Arts Collective
The Arts Collective is a group of artists, theologians, academics, and pastors-to-be striving to bridge the gaps between the church and the arts. We recognized a need for creativity to be nourished alongside pastoral and academic work. We’re working to create spaces for creativity to thrive through artist workshops, open studio times, seminars, and field trips.

Asian Association at Princeton Theological Seminary
AAP serves to advocate for the quality of student life at the Seminary. It aims to provide space for deepening its members’ spiritual identity through continual conversation with the diversity of Asian and Asian American perspectives.
Learn about the Asian American Program.

Association of Black Seminarians
Committed to the liberating word of the gospel of Jesus Christ, and interpreting this message afresh for this contemporary age, ABS gives support to its African and African American brothers and sisters while matriculating at the Seminary.
Learn about the Center for Black Church Studies.

Association of Disabled Seminarians and Allies
ADSA is committed to promoting awareness of the gifts and needs of Seminary students affected by physical and mental disability and affecting on-campus changes which will enable all members of the Seminary community to use their gifts for the glory of God and the growth of Christ’s Kingdom. Our desire is to help individuals discover, develop, and use those gifts – encouraging them through friendship and advocacy.

Association of Latin and Hispanic American Students
ALS is primarily composed of students from a Latino/Hispanic background, but welcomes students from all ethnic backgrounds. Its main purpose is to provide a community for students to engage the Latino/Hispanic heritage and offer workshops and an enriching environment.
Learn about the Hispanic Theological Initiative.

BGLASS
BGLASS provides support, advocacy, education, and fellowship to members of the Seminary community, especially those who identify themselves as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, queer/questioning, or intersex (LGBTQQI). BGLASS believes that LGBTQQI persons should be fully included in the church as they affirm their sexuality and discern God’s call.
Learn about the Center for Theology, Women, and Gender.

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Episcopal and Anglican Student Fellowship
The Episcopal and Anglican Student Fellowship (EASF) is a student organization for those in the Anglican tradition to practice things like the Daily Office, and explore the Anglican tradition together.

Koinonia
The Koinonia Fellowship is the PhD student government and community support organization at Princeton Seminary, representing PhD students to the Seminary administration and faculty. Koinonia also fosters and encourages social activities for doctoral students and assists in the annual orientation of new students at the Seminary.

Lutheran Group
The Lutheran Group organizes fellowship opportunities and support for Lutherans, as well as any students interest­ed in joining us. Every four years the Lutheran Group takes a turn hosting the annual Lutherans in Diaspora Conference, where Lutherans from Union, Harvard, Princeton, and Yale gather for public lectures, fellowship, worship, and practical workshops.

Princeton Theological Review
The Princeton Theological Review is an annual, student-run journal that exists to serve students as well as the wider theological community. It is committed to engaging theological issues in ways that are grounded in Scripture, centered on Jesus Christ, formed by the work of the Holy Spirit, and oriented toward the historic and contemporary reflections of the church.

Women’s Center
The Women’s Center is an action-oriented group concerned with the life of Princeton Theological Seminary. The organization provides a supportive sisterhood for women.
Learn about the Women in Ministry Initiative.

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Special Advisor & Founding Director, IJM Institute

Bethany Hoang, Class of 2004

“The rooting of justice in our spiritual formation in Christ requires careful thought and teaching. I was equipped to lead in this way through my time at PTS.”