What is it really like to be a student at Princeton Theological Seminary?
As a prospective student, it can be difficult to find out everything you need to know to really envision yourself as part of the community. There is plenty of information available about degree programs and financial aid, but what is it really like to be a student at Princeton Theological Seminary? What are the most exciting opportunities on campus? What classes should I take? What is it like to live in the dorms and campus apartments? With Snapshots of Student Life, we’re hoping to give you an inside look into student life here at PTS.
Andrea Chaumont ’17 MDiv reflects on her experience at Princeton Seminary and how it has equipped her for pastoral ministry.
With Snapshots of Student Life, we’re hoping to give you an inside look into student life here at PTS.
Written and compiled by students, Snapshots is a series designed to answer your questions about student life. From information on favorite courses, student groups, and field education experiences, to how students spend their weekends and what they wish they’d known when they were prospective students, Snapshots is full of candid posts from current students and recent grads. We hope that by reading them, you will get a clearer picture of what it’s like to be a student at PTS. We also hope that you will come and visit to see for yourself!
Danny Perez ’17 MDiv describes the diverse community at Princeton Seminary and how it has shaped his call to multicultural ministry.
“Informal time in discussion groups with faculty and students discussing feminist theological literature, altered my views, excited my spirit, and greatly influenced my teaching.”