News And Events
Helen Blier Appointed Director of Continuing Education
CE Program Recognized in National Study
PTS Honors Three Retiring Faculty Members
Professor Andrew Purves Receives Honorary Degree
Paula Cooper Receives Calian Prize for Community Service
Graduates Receive Awards During Commencement
PTS Welcomes New Board Members
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Welcome to Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
Pittsburgh Seminary is a 13-acre urban campus housing such nationally and internationally recognized programs as the Metro-Urban Institute, the Center for Business, Religion and Public Life, the World Mission Initiative, The Rev. Dr. Roy F. Miller, Ph.D., and Mrs. Florence Lantz Miller Summer Youth Institute, and the Kelso Bible Lands Museum, attracting more than 3,000 clergy and lay participants annually.
As the oldest of the Presbyterian affiliated theological schools, Pittsburgh Seminary has educated pastors for parish ministry since 1794. With 24 full-time faculty members, the Seminary currently enrolls 310 students from more than 31 states, three foreign countries, and 34 denominations. Approximately 60 percent of the student body is Presbyterian and 10 percent United Methodist. Other denominations represented include Baptist, Orthodox, Lutheran, Episcopal, African Methodist Episcopal, United Church of Christ, Church of Christ, and others.
Pittsburgh Theological Seminary has more than 3,000 living alums serving throughout 50 states and countries around the world in churches, community agencies, universities, hospitals, prisons, the armed forces, educational institutions, and other places.