A spirit of generosity has always supported Princeton Theological Seminary. Students arrive in Princeton with a desire to serve God with their heart, soul, mind, and strength. They leave with much more: a world-class education in biblical and theological thinking, practiced and tested skills in preaching and worship leadership, and spiritual preparation for ministry in the church and outside its walls, in the United States and around the world.
Princeton Seminary is committed to remaining affordable and to providing financial assistance to minimize the burden of student debt. Gifts from generous donors and alumni/ae keep Princeton's tuition well below the actual cost of educating a student, and provide scholarships that enable students in financial need to say "Yes" to the call to pursue a theological education. Your gifts are essential to the Seminary and its students, and will bear fruit for generations to come. Thank you for giving to Princeton Seminary.
For more information about giving to Princeton Seminary, please contact Susannah Coleman in the Office of Seminary Relations at 800.622.6767, ext. 7750 or 609.497.7750.
Churches—a Tradition of Giving
The Seminary exists to serve the church, and churches have a long tradition of supporting Princeton Seminary and its students. Princeton Seminary students are nurtured in congregations, experience the call to ministry in congregations, and return to serve congregations theologically educated, practically trained, and spiritually mature. Students value the church’s investment in their vocation.
“For twenty years since becoming our pastor, Dr. Kort has truly been a blessing to the members of the Sardis congregation. Through his vision, leadership, and guidance Sardis has flourished as a vital force in God's Kingdom. During these years he has guided us, comforted us, supported us, mentored us, and challenged us, always leading the way in our spiritual journey. As we began to consider how we could show our love and gratitude to this special man for the many years of service to us, we were once again led by him. He has always had a strong interest in educating new pastors, and we knew that Dr. Kort's intellectual and theological heart was firmly rooted in Princeton Seminary. Therefore the establishment of the J. Thomas Kort Scholarship Endowment at Princeton seemed like a natural tribute to this loving man and his lifetime of devotion to God.”
–Sam Coleman, elder, on behalf of Sardis Presbyterian Church
Charlotte, North Carolina