As an alum of Pittsburgh Seminary we're here to serve you! The username and password that you were given as a student will remain yours permanently, as will your e-mail account. If you do not have a PTS account, please go to the PTS account signup page to obtain these credentials. Through the Alumnae/i Database you will be able to access information for your classmates or request information for someone in another graduating class. Here are additional resources that may be of interest to you.
The Library offers more than 300,000 volumes, several online databases, and 800 periodical subscriptions making it the largest stand-alone theological library east of the Mississippi; alums check out up to 10 books at a time.
Explore the online collection of more than 100 major religion and theology journals.
Members of the faculty are available to preach or provide programs at your church. For more information visit the Out and About section and click "Invite PTS to Your Location." This provides a listing of faculty and program directors by topics of expertise.
During Advent and Lent, access our devotionals and get daily e-mails, download the app, follow along on social media, or print and share.
The Seminary offers a growing list of ministry resources as digital downloads to aid in your ministry. Our resources include videos, lesson plans, devotionals, music, liturgy, and topic specific items.
Watch recorded lectures by distinguished guests available on YouTube.
Check out all the upcoming events at the Seminary.
AIM forms and supports Christian leaders in creating new Christian communities.
CE provides the theologically interested public with opportunities to explore faith and vocation through free lectures, special events, and professional development.
The Museum offers free tours and open hours to view displays from the more than 7,000-artifact collection, as well as several lectures by world experts annually.
MUI combines the theory and practice of collaborative community ministry into a program of urban theological education.
SYI encourages high-school scholars to think theologically and explore ministry as a vocation while earning college credit; now offering on the road training programs for youth leaders.
WMI is dedicated to developing mission vision, nurturing missionary vocations, and cultivating missional congregations through cross-cultural experiences; offers mission consultations to church groups.
Pittsburgh Theological Seminary is now partnering with the National Student Clearinghouse for its transcript ordering and processing. This link takes you to a PTS Welcome page where more information is available and the order process begins.
We hope this ordering process will provide more flexibility and security for the types of transcripts you need. If you have any questions, please contact the Registrar () or Assitant Director of Student Services () for assistance.
PTS is committed to providing valuable services for our alums. If you are seeking a call, whether it is your first or one that requires several years of experience, we may be able to help. Read our placement section for available opportunities. There are also positions for Christian educators, worship leaders, choir directors, and interim pastors, just to name a few. Don't have a user name and password? Request one here.
Stay in our guest housing, offering hotel-like accommodations available to participants of the Seminary's events and programs.