Building a New Future for NBTS
The Seminary is constructing a new campus that is technologically smart and environmentally green. The design will be welcoming and attractive located on the corner of Seminary Place and College Avenue, and it will more fully serve our students and our mission. We anticipate moving into the new building for the fall semester of 2014. Bulldozers and construction crews are already at work.
Track our progress so far:
July 31, 2013:
|Breaking ground for a new seminary are Chris Palladino, Robin Suydam, Jon Hanson, Gregg Mast, Ho Sung Lim, Lateya Fox, Vernon Linzi, Jim Cahill, Sandra Fisher, Richard Edwards, John Coakley|
|This artist's rendition shows the back of the new campus building which visitors approach from an onsite parking lot nearby|
|The Gardener A. Sage Library and its pre-Civil War classic architecture remains in our vision of the new NBTS campus.|
About 200 members of the press and the public attended a groundbreaking ceremony on a stunning final day of July. To find out what New Brunswick Mayor Jim Cahill had to say, read the press release
July 16, 2013: Read the Media Advisory
from NBTS about the Groundbreaking Ceremony held on Wednesday, July 31.
July 11, 2013:
NBTS announced significant progress toward our development goals, including the gift by a former board member who committed to a gift of $1,600,000 over the next four years. Read more here.
May 21, 2013
: We announced that our Board of Trustees voted on Monday, May 20, 2013 to sell slightly more than half its property. The purchaser is New Brunswick Development Corporation known as DEVCO. The Seminary retains almost half of its property in order to build a new campus that is technologically smart and environmentally green. Read more here.
April 9, 2013
: We received the good news that the Economic Development Agency of the State of NJ (EDA) approved $33 million of Urban Transit Hub tax credits for a joint Rutgers/DEVCO/NBTS project. To learn more Read more here.