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• Most minister in local congregations.• Others pursue teaching, counseling, mission work, chaplaincy, ministries of social justice, or administration.
However, in the rapidly developing world of the twenty-first century, the Ivy League schools are challenged to retain such a reputation.
This challenge goes to the very heart of the purpose of education.
Over the centuries, its role shifted from an all-purpose building, comprising office, dormitory, library, and classroom space, to classrooms only, to its present role as the administrative center of the university.
Originally, the sculptures in front of the building were lions, as a gift in 1879. Princeton Theological Seminary broke off from the college in 1812, since the Presbyterians wanted their ministers to have more theological training, while the faculty and students would have been content with less.
This reduced the student body and the external support for Princeton for some time.
Rebuilt by Joseph Henry Latrobe, John Notman, and John Witherspoon, the modern Nassau Hall has been much revised and expanded from the original designed by Robert Smith.Princeton Seminary offers six degrees: • Master of Divinity• Master of Arts in Christian Education and Formation• Master of Divinity/Master of Arts in Christian Education and Formation dual-degree• Master of Theology• Master of Arts (Theological Studies)• Doctor of Philosophy Princeton Theological Seminary’s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available online here.This report is required by federal law and contains policy statements and crime statistics for the school.Today, Princeton is one of the most respected universities in the United States.It consistently ranks as the best undergraduate institution in the country and is seen as a leader in many fields including politics, philosophy, sociology, and economics. Tilghman noted in a Commencement address: The specific components of a Princeton education have evolved over time, but our central aim has remained the same: to instill in each graduate those qualities of mind and character necessary for good citizenship and wise leadership.
(A proposal was made to name it for the colonial Governor, Jonathan Belcher, but he declined.) Its second president was Aaron Burr, Sr.; the third was Jonathan Edwards.