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The best way to learn about Princeton Seminary is to visit the campus when classes are in session. Register for one of our prospective student events by clicking on the links below.


Upcoming Events:

Please register for one of the upcoming prospective student events:

Spring 2020

  • Access PTS | February 20, 2020
    This 1-day event provides an opportunity for prospective students to experience a day in the life of Princeton Seminary by touring campus, visiting a class, attending chapel, and meeting with current students.

  • Princeton Seminar | March 1–3, 2020
    Prospective students are invited to attend a 3-day seminar for theological exploration and vocational discernment as guests of the Seminary.

  • L.I.V.E. Symposium | March 29–31, 2020
    The L.I.V.E. (Learning, Inclusion, Vitality, Exploration) Symposium is Princeton Seminary’s initiative to reach domestic underrepresented prospective students in graduate theological education as they discern their vocation within the church.

  • Access PTS | April 2, 2020
    This 1-day event provides an opportunity for prospective students to experience a day in the life of Princeton Seminary by touring campus, visiting a class, attending chapel, and meeting with current students.

Schedule a Campus Visit

If you are unable to attend one of these events, we hope you can arrange for a campus visit on a weekday when classes are in session.

Please use the link below to schedule a visit, or contact our office at admissions@ptsem.edu or 609.497.7805.

*International students who are interested in visiting campus are encouraged to make arrangements through the Office of Multicultural Relations at multicultural@ptsem.edu.

Schedule a Visit

Educating faithful Christian leaders.

Pastor of Scottsboro Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Alabama

Micaiah Tanck, Class of 2015

“The friends, colleagues, and professors I’ve met will continue to be resources for me both personally and professionally.”