Princeton Theological Seminary prepares men and women 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. A professional and graduate school of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)- the Seminary stands within the Reformed tradition- affirming the sovereignty of the triune God over all creation- the Gospel of Jesus Christ as Gods saving word for all people- the renewing power of the word and Spirit in all of life- and the unity of Christs servant church throughout the world. This tradition shapes the instruction- research- practical training- and continuing education provided by the Seminary- as well as the theological scholarship it promotes. In response to Christs call for the unity of the church- the Seminary embraces in its life and work a rich racial and ethnic diversity and the breadth of communions represented in the worldwide church. In response to the transforming work of the Holy Spirit- the Seminary offers its theological scholarship in service to Gods renewal of the churchs life and mission. In response to Gods sovereign claim over all creation- the Seminary seeks to engage Christian faith with intellectual- political- and economic life in pursuit of truth- justice- compassion- and peace. To these ends- the Seminary provides a residential community of worship and learning where a sense of calling is tested and defined- where Scripture and the Christian tradition are appropriated critically- where faith and intellect mature and life-long friendships begin- and where habits of discipleship are so nourished that members of the community may learn to proclaim with conviction- courage- wisdom- and love the good news that Jesus Christ is Lord. Adopted by the Board of Trustees- May 1996
Note: Some of the schools in the InternationalStudent.com School Search database have
not reported all of the data we make available. When this is the case, it is indicated
by 'N/A' (not applicable).
How hard is it to get in?
"Total" shows the total number of applicants for a spot in the incoming
freshman class for the last year reported.
"Admitted" shows the number of those applicants that were accepted and
offered a place at the college or university, both in raw numbers and as a
percentage of the total number who applied.
"Enrolled" shows the number of accepted applicants that actually enrolled
and chose to attend the college or university, both in raw numbers and as a
percentage of the total who applied.
Do students receive financial aid?
There are three pieces of data in this table, which are designed to show
how likely it is that an international student will receive any financial
aid from the college or university.
"Undergrads receiving any aid" shows the percentage of first-time
undergraduate students who receive any type of financial aid. However,
many types of financial aid at US colleges and universities are not
available to international studentslike Pell Grants, Stafford
loans and other federal loan programs.
The second piece of data, "Undergrads receiving school grants", shows the
percentage of first-time undergraduate students that receive aid directly
from the schooloften this type of aid is available to international
"Average amount of school grant" shows the average amount that is provided
in this category of aid, that may be available to international students.
Undergrads Receiving Any Aid
Undergrads Receiving School Grant
Average Amount of School Grant
What ACT or SAT scores do I need to get in?
Many colleges and universities in the US require either the SAT or the ACT,
both standardized tests that help schools evaluate candidates.
In this chart, you can see how the middle portion of students admitted to
the school fared on these teststhose from the 25th to the 75th percent
of all accepted candidates. In other words, the chart does not show how the
bottom 25% of all accepted candidates scored, and it does not show how the
top 25% of all accepted candidates scoredbut it shows how the middle
half of candidates accepted to the school scored.
If you have taken the SAT or ACT, or you plan to, you can see where your
score falls in comparison to this range, which will help you evaluate your
likelihood of acceptance to this school.
Tuition & Expenses
How much does it cost?
This chart shows the latest tuition and expense figures published by the
school, for out-of-state studentsas typically international students
pay the out-of-state tuition costs.
The figures assume the student will be living on-campus with full university
room and board. Off-campus students could spend more or less, depending on
Tuition (Out of State)
Room & Board (On Campus)
Books & Supplies
How many international students are there?
This chart shows the total number of students at the school, the total
number of international students and percentage of total enrollment, as
well as breakdowns for male and female international students.
How many students graduate or transfer?
"Graduation Rate" shows the percentage of students from a particular
incoming freshman class that stay at the school for their full studies and
graduate; the "Transfer Rate" shows the percentage of students from a
particular incoming freshman class that transfer to another college or