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Giving Opportunities

Annual Fund
Gifts to the annual fund have immediate impact and support financial aid for every student with need, sustain our residential model of formation, and seed new programs in the curriculum and student life.  For more information, contact Cheryl Ali, Director of Annual Giving. 

Read the 2015–16 Annual Report

Scholarship Support
Princeton Theological Seminary is committed to providing a formative experience to our students without burdening them with excessive debt. An investment in these leaders is an investment in the future of the church.  Your gift allows students to answer God’s call to service. For more information, contact Jaime Zamparelli, Vice President of Advancement.

Doctoral Program
Our doctoral program is ranked first in the nation for number of alumni serving as faculty at theological schools. Your gift supports Princeton Seminary’s commitment to nurturing young scholars who will train the next generation of Christian leaders. For more information, contact Jaime Zamparelli, Vice President of Advancement.

Professorships
Gifts to create named professorships allow the Seminary to retain and attract talented teacher-scholars who provide an exceptional theological education to our students. For more information, contact Jaime Zamparelli, Vice President of Advancement.

Residential Education
We believe that students learn not just from books and scholars but from one another. The diverse, ecumenical, intercultural community is an essential part of Princeton Seminary’s educational environment.  Your gifts support unique programs to foster community engagement, residential living, and service opportunities. For more information, contact Jaime Zamparelli, Vice President of Advancement.  

Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Embracing the entrepreneurial spirit of our age through many new programs allows Princeton Seminary students to gain critical tools for leadership. New initiatives include the Center for Church Planting, Farminary, the Youth Philanthropy Academy, and courses in social entrepreneurship. For more information, contact Jaime Zamparelli, Vice President of Advancement.

Field Education
Through field education, seminarians discern their call to ministry at more than 500 sites across the country and around the world, in places like Brazil, Korea, Ethiopia, South America, Japan, and India. Students are mentioned in the practical aspects of ministry at churches, hospitals, prisons, and a wide array of nonprofit organizations.  For more information, contact Jaime Zamparelli, Vice President of Advancement.

Library
Our new library is a center for student and faculty research, as well as a destination for scholars from around the world. Its collections are a key part of the world’s research infrastructure, with holdings of over 1,200,000 bound volumes, pamphlets, and microforms, as well as a digital library of over 80,000 resources on theology and religion. Your gifts support the development of the Seminary’s historic collections and technological advances in research and publishing.  For more information, contact Jaime Zamparelli, Vice President of Advancement.

Center for Black Church Studies
The Center promotes a deep understanding of the unique contributions of Black religious experience within American and global Christianity. The Center sponsors an academic certification program, research, and symposia that prepare students for ministry and scholarly pursuits. For more information, contact Jaime Zamparelli, Vice President of Advancement.

Center for Theology, Women, and Gender
Through research, teaching, and advocacy, the Center equips students, alumni, and church leaders to address issues at the intersection of race, class, and gender. For more information, contact Jaime Zamparelli, Vice President of Advancement. 

Educating faithful Christian leaders.

Vicar, Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, Boone, North Carolina

Sylvia Bull , Class of 2015

“My field education placements lifted up my gifts for ordained ministry, and the dual-degree program helped me develop the skills for ministry. ”