Princeton Theological Seminary prepares women and men to serve Jesus Christ in ministries marked by faith, integrity, scholarship, competence, compassion, and joy, equipping them for leadership worldwide in congregations and the larger church, in classrooms and the academy, and in the public arena.
Princeton Seminary’s Reformed tradition shapes the instruction, research, practical training, and continuing education, as well as the theological scholarship it promises. The Seminary embraces in its life and work a rich racial and ethnic diversity and the breadth of communions represented in the worldwide church. It offers its theological scholarship in service to God’s renewal of the church’s life and mission, and it seeks to engage Christian faith with intellectual, political, and economic life in pursuit of truth, justice, compassion, and peace.
Men and women from across the nation and around the world come to Princeton Theological Seminary every year to pursue ministry as a vocation. Students come from West Virginia and West Africa, Korea and New York, Ireland and Texas; they are black, white, Native American, Asian, Hispanic, young, middle-aged, and older adults representing thirty denominations—each committed in ministry to Jesus Christ and the church.
• The Seminary enrolls approximately 550 students.
• 52 Christian traditions are represented in our student body.
• Students come from 44 states, 2 territories, and 19 countries.
• Women make up approximately 40 percent of the student body.
• Princeton Seminary provides an environment of ethnic and cultural diversity.
• Master of Divinity
• Master of Arts in Christian Education and Formation
• Master of Divinity/Master of Arts in Christian Education and Formation dual-degree
• Master of Theology
• Master of Arts (Theological Studies)
• Doctor of Philosophy
• 44 full-time faculty members teach at Princeton Seminary.
• Most professors are ordained ministers in their denominations.
• The student to faculty ratio is 12:1.
• Most minister in local congregations.
• Others pursue teaching, counseling, mission work, chaplaincy, ministries of social justice, or administration.
• Currently more than 11,000 alumni serve Christ worldwide, about 9,000 in the United States and 1,000 overseas.
“Informal time in discussion groups with faculty and students discussing feminist theological literature, altered my views, excited my spirit, and greatly influenced my teaching.”